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solving & improving-> usability & UI Issues of JavaRanch using Asynchronous Requests.

Prithiraj Sen Gupta
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Joined: Sep 13, 2006
Posts: 92
Bear helped me to correct my subject on the thread Ajaxifying Javaranch. So in this new thread I have changed the direction as well as The subject(Thanks Bear).


So our main SUBJECT on this Thread will be on::

Originally Posted By Bear Bibeault:
"how could the ability to make asynchronous requests solve usability issues and improve the user interface of the Ranch ?"


Let us Challenge our Creativity here.


Thanks & Regards

Prithiraj Sen Gupta
Christophe Verré
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I do not intend to sabotage this thread, but I have no usability issues


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Prithiraj Sen Gupta
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Joined: Sep 13, 2006
Posts: 92
Originally posted by Satou kurinosuke:
I do not intend to sabotage this thread, but I have no usability issues


hi,

[B]Usability issues[/B]

You are not sabotaging this thread rather ingniting it. This is how the mankind developes. I never deny the fact that JavaRanch has been best to its performance yet. The usability is fine in comparison with other sites. But we can make it better.

Let us go a couple of years back. What was Gmail(any existence?)? It came to public in june/july 2005. what was yahoomail, hotmail etc etc at those times? Almost every being in the "mankind" was having yahoo and other accounts!! What made email users to create account on the gmail(new baby!!)though it had many strong competitors? It was beacuse it provided more storage capacity and better user interface than any of the web-based email present at those time.

To keep his own pie in the market yahoo tried to implement the technology that gmail was already loaded with. Think of gmail chats. so simple!! No installations!! only browser(javascript enabled).

There is nothing to get excited about the hype(hi Bear!). It is technology. It is science and it must be implemented with care and skills.
Christophe Verré
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Joined: Nov 24, 2005
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To keep his own pie in the market

I think that the ranch already has its own pie in it.(unless Paul ate it).
I'm not using any other sites, so I can't tell much about it. Let's hear what other ranchers have to say.
 
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