Topic: ui

Unqork Winter 2024 release focuses on modular development

Unqork unveiled its Winter 2024 Platform Release, which emphasizes modular development capabilities, allowing users to design components and applications that can be widely applied across numerous scenarios.  This approach promotes standardization and aims to lower development costs, aligning with Unqork’s strategy to streamline and expedite the digital solution development process, according to Unqork. Among the … continue reading

“Just Make it Pretty?” Tips for Designers When Client Feedback is Lacking

Some insights can get the visual side of software design off on the wrong foot and derail efforts already underway, especially when it comes to the user interface and experience (UI/UX). Topping the list is client feedback like “just make it pretty,” a phrase as vague as it is frustrating when you’re a designer looking … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Storybook

The Storybook Ecosystem CI is a system designed to protect users from issues arising from package upgrades. Storybook, a popular UI development tool, operates in a rapidly evolving front-end ecosystem, making compatibility with various frameworks, libraries, and configurations a significant challenge.  To address this, Storybook Ecosystem CI continuously tests a wide range of configurations, providing … continue reading

Google Cast adds Output Switcher to transfer media across devices among other updates

Google has announced significant improvements to Google Cast, including the Output Switcher, accessible via the Android System UI.  This feature facilitates the transfer and control of media across different devices and technical protocols. With the release of Output Switcher 2.0 on Android U, improvements include enhanced volume control, device categorization, and support for devices with … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: ScreenLink

ScreenLink works as an open-source alternative to the screen capture tool, Loom, and it enables users to create and share screen recording demos for customers, support teams, and more in minutes. Users can easily create tutorials and presentations through screen recording, and they can record from their camera and microphone alongside their screen for more … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Storybook

Storybook is a frontend workshop for building UI components and pages in isolation made for UI development, testing, and documentation. Storybook comes with a lot of addons for component design, documentation, testing, interactivity, and so on. Storybook’s API makes it possible to configure and extend in various ways. It has even been extended to support … continue reading

Microsoft Bing AI moves to Open Preview, eliminating waitlist

Microsoft announced that it is opening Bing’s new AI chat feature to more people by moving from limited preview to open preview and eliminating the waitlist for trial as part of its initiative for the next generation of AI-powered Bing and Edge. Users can simply sign into Bing with their Microsoft account. Microsoft also announced … continue reading

Android Studio Flamingo released with several UI improvements

Google announced that the latest version of its IDE for building Android apps, Android Studio Flamingo, is now stable. The new release of the IDE includes improvements to help build UIs with Live Edit, new features that assist with inspecting apps, IntelliJ updates, and more.  Developers can build an app using Compose by pushing code … continue reading

Syncfusion Essential Studio 2023 Volume 1 adds three new .NET MAUI controls

Syncfusion has announced the latest release of its UI component suite, Essential Studio 2023 Volume 1.  According to the company, the main highlights in this release are new controls for .NET MAUI, promotion of 10 MAUI components to production status, improvements to the PDF Viewer, and more accessibility features in the PDF Library.  The new … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: APITable

APITable is an API-oriented visual database created to help developers build collaborative apps. The maintainers consider it to be “the best Airtable open-source alternative.” The platform provides an advanced technology stack, which allows multiple users to edit together in real-time or with the ‘Operational Transformation’ algorithm. It also includes a user-friendly database spreadsheet interface and … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: ToolJet

ToolJet is an open-source, low-code application development platform for building and deploying business applications.  Users can use it to build complicated front ends without any experience in React, CSS, or event HTML. They can also drag and drop over 35 built-in UI components for more complicated frontends.  With ToolJet, developers can also verify the current … continue reading

SvelteKit 1.0 released

SvelteKit announced version 1.0 of its framework that enables developers to create apps of all sizes.  The framework is built on top of Svelte, a UI component framework which makes it much easier to build UIs than by working in the DOM directly.  SvelteKit defaults to client-side navigation after the initial server-rendered page load, which … continue reading

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