UX Lessons


How do you build a TRIRIGA app?

First of all, if you’re new to TRIRIGA, there are two main types of TRIRIGA apps: Classic and UX. So if you want to build a classic application on our classic platform, take a look at our Application Building user guide. But if you want to build a UX app on our UX framework, feel free to explore our UX Lessons below. Good luck!

[Admin: This content is related to the UX Articles and UX Videos blog pages. This content is also related to the 12.11.15 post about the UX framework.]

UX Lessons

Jay Manaloto, IBM TRIRIGA Information Developer and author of the UX Articles, presents a series of bite-sized 1-to-2-minute UX Lessons, based on the content of UX Articles 1, 2, and 3, not only for desktop online learning, but also for mobile, on-the-go learning. In other words, a lighter and quicker yet more engaging audiovisual approach that complements the PDF articles. At least, that’s the hope!

Jay: Tell me what you think about my UX Lessons so far. Feel free to reply at the bottom of this post. I think the lessons run pretty well on desktop browsers, but on Android smartphones, they seem to run more smoothly on Firefox than on Chrome, Dolphin, or Cheetah. I haven’t tried iOS browsers yet. Thanks for your time!

I. Introducing UX

UX Lesson 1: What is MVC? What is TRIRIGA UX?

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UX Lesson 2: What is the UX Model?

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UX Lesson 3: What is the UX View?

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II. Implementing UX

UX Lesson 1: Can we build the UX App?

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UX Lesson 2: Can we define the model?

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UX Lesson 3: Can we define the view connections?

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UX Lesson 4: Can we define the view?

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UX Lesson 5: Can we design the view?

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III. Extending UX

UX Lesson 1: Can we add other field types?

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UX Lesson 2: Can we display messages?

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UX Lesson 3: Can we modify records?

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UX Lesson 4: Can we customize components?

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