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  1. #1
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    WYSIWYG Designer

    Hi everyone,

    I'd like you to check this web designer created using Knockout.js, JQuery JQueryui and other cool js plugins.

    It's part of a Javascript framework WUIC, i developed in the last year.

    You can create pages and dashboards using HTML, SVG, 3D primitives (for 3D your browser need to support WebGL and currently only Chrome works flawlessly. Firefox need to enable WebGL in about:config).

    Click on "Tutorial" button to watch the clips that shows what you can do with it.


    What do you think ?

    Any feedback is really appreciated.


    Kind Regards


    Lorenzo Castrico


    http://www.wuic.it

    http://designer.wuic.it

  2. #2
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    the download tab is empty.

    i see little to no examples, how can i tell what's being offered if i can't see it in action?


    i see dotnet errs on several pages like:
    http://www.lamelasoftware.it/HtmlEdi...uic.navigation
    http://www.lamelasoftware.it/HtmlEdi...c.notification

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    http://designer.wuic.it

    Hi friend,
    Thanks for your time, but i don't understand where did you get those url you are showing here.
    The link to test is http://designer.wuic.it. It's a web designer built using javascript, so there are no other link to visit regarding the designer. It's a single page showcase of functionality regarding a piece of the framework. If you click on tutorial you can see some videos too.

    The other link, http://www.wuic.it, contains video clip and descriptions of the framework. Wuic framework is still not released so no download yet.

    The navigation , as you can see, use hashbangs (#!) so maybe it's still not correctly crawled by search engines.

    Really interested how did you get to those pages that are not meant to be visited directly. Maybe i have to use a robot.txt to avoid this.

    Thanks anyway,
    I hope you can try the designer and give me some feedback regarding that. I'm currently not interested in SEO optimizations and other stuff like that

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