UX Videos


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 Videos below. Good luck!

[Admin: This content is related to the 02.25.26 post about building an app in the UX framework, and the 12.11.15 post about the UX framework.]

UX Videos

The IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform team presents the key concepts of the UX framework, and the new UX options in our classic platform tools. Meanwhile, the IBM TRIRIGA Application team presents the new Perceptive applications — the Space Assessment app and Space Management app.

UX Framework: Overview

Chris Jones, TRIRIGA Platform Architect, presents an overview of the UX Framework. First, he talks about the key objectives, key concepts, and new designer tools. Next, he shows us how to use the UX designers, WebViewSync tool, and component doc pages. Finally, he compares exposed names and navigation items.

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UX Framework: Building an Application

Chris Jones, TRIRIGA Platform Architect, presents a tutorial on how to build an application in the UX Framework. First, he talks about how to use the UX designers, WebViewSync tool, and component doc pages. Next, he shows us how to add components, like a header, card layout, custom page, toast popup, and floor plan.

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UX Framework: Globalization

Venice Inid, TRIRIGA Platform Developer, presents the new UX globalization options in our classic platform tools and UX designer tools, which support the UX Framework. First, she talks about the dictionary, translatable text, and other options. Next, she shows us where to find the options in the globalization tools.

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UX Framework: Security

Sandy Garcia, TRIRIGA Platform Developer, presents the new UX security options in our classic platform tools and UX designer tools, which support the UX Framework. First, she gives an overview of the classic security and UX security concepts. Next, she dives deeper into the UX licensing, UX data sources, and UX designers.

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UX Framework: Object Migration

Sandy Garcia, TRIRIGA Platform Developer, presents the new object migration enhancements, which support our classic platform and UX Framework. First, she gives an overview of the classic object migration concepts. Next, she dives deeper into the UX metadata support, after-import workflow, and modified-by support.

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UX Framework: Object Labeling

Tom Fitts, TRIRIGA Platform Developer, presents the new object versioning enhancements, which support our classic platform and UX Framework. First, he gives an overview and roadmap of object labeling. Next, he dives deeper into the snapshot (versioning) of UX metadata, object label definitions, and best practices.

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UX Framework: Perceptive Space Apps (Part 1)

Alfredo Cortes, IoT Application Architect, presents an overview of the new Perceptive apps for Space Assessment and Space Management, which are built upon the UX Framework. First, he shows us how to perform a space assessment. Next, he shows us how to review, assign, and auto-approve a space assessment.

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UX Framework: Perceptive Space Apps (Part 2)

TRIRIGA Application Developers, Angkap Ngamkiatsap, Nithyan Govindaswamy, and Armalene Matson present a deeper look at the new Perceptive apps and how they were built upon the UX Framework. First, Angkap shows us the UX Designers. Next, Nithyan shows us the routing, licensing, and security. Finally, Armalene shows us how to add and remove fields, modify graphic labels, and modify workflows.

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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!

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