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Re: Web-App (Angular 6): Choice of Design Framework - Angular Material vs bootswatch and ng-bootstrap)

I think we can choose from material color pallet there are many more color
themes available. Abhay you can suggest some or drop a link if there any on
official angular material site where all colors can be seen.

On Fri 22 Jun, 2018, 00:08 Ed Cable, <edcable@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Abhay,
> That is coming along nicely. Are we going to soon deploy that to the main
> web-app github repo?
> I'm glad that we made the choice to switch over to Angular Material as it
> does look more familiar and I think will be of benefit to our user base who
> will also recognize it from other web apps they use consistently.
> I believe a comment of mine previously might have been misheard as I
> didn't like the old skin color scheme and do like the recent color scheme
> of the recent re-skin we deployed. Are you able to change the default color
> scheme away from the blue/purple color?
> Are there more than just those 4 default colors for themes?
> On Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 3:30 AM Abhay Chawla <abhay.chawla97@xxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> Here is a glimpse of the initial shell structure of the new web app
>> currently in development:
>> https://abhaychawla.github.io/angular-app-shell/
>> We would appreciate any reviews you all have on the same.
>> Thank you
>> Abhay.
>> On Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 1:06 PM Gaurav Saini <gauravsaini03@xxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>>> Hello Everyone,
>>> Just to update on the latest activity going on the new web-app. Abhay,
>>> Anwesh and me had a call on weekend where we discussed what was currently
>>> built and shared my concerns with the approach we were following by not
>>> using official Angular Material. There were multiple UI/UX concerns also
>>> and some component level discussions and at the end we came to conclusion
>>> that we will be going to use:
>>>    - Angular Material for the new web-application
>>>    - Another important point finalised was that we will be first
>>>    preparing a shell structure of the application and then start working on
>>>    each component.
>>>    - We also took a look on to some dashboard themes for ideation on
>>>    UI/UX and finalised it also.
>>> Abhay just shared with initial structure he started and it's looking
>>> really good now and he will soon deploy that for demo also once he
>>> integrate and push it.
>>> @Abhay Chawla <abhay.chawla97@xxxxxxxxx> @Anwesh Krishna Nayak
>>> <anweshknayak@xxxxxxxxx> Also, some of the points that you should take
>>> care while working from starting is:
>>>    - Follow javascript style guidelines -
>>>    https://github.com/airbnb/javascript
>>>    - Proper code commenting, Indentation & formatting (use ESLint)
>>>    - Proper code directory structure in feature base modularity
>>>    - Try best not to write own custom/internal CSS if we can use helper
>>>    classes in library
>>>    - Naming convention of classes, function, variable (this will be
>>>    part of airbnb styleguide)
>>>    - Documentation should be done in parallel as we tend to miss this
>>>    everytime
>>>    - Responsiveness - When building a new component or page do test it
>>>    should be responsive. Although by default ,most of material components take
>>>    care of this, just in case you write anything custom do test this.
>>>    - Webpack build process should be there so that project builds
>>>    properly.
>>> @Mentors: I request you all again to give your inputs so that we have
>>> more pair of eyes looking onto the project, that way we can have most of
>>> the basic things correct from start.
>>> @Mohit I need your feedback on the offline support also, if we need to
>>> setup anything from starting itself so our new application can work as PWA
>>> installable app also. :)
>>> Thanks
>>> Gaurav
>>> On Sat, Jun 16, 2018 at 6:20 PM Anwesh Krishna Nayak <
>>> anweshknayak@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> There was some error we faced so that material UI was not consistent
>>>> yesterday. Its back up again.
>>>> Please recheck https://openmf.github.io/web-app/
>>>> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1H9w7QWenox9M0nb29WR4RmvV94Jsjj0LglUZ3wCzbw8/edit?usp=sharing
>>>> Feel free to provide feedback in the doc.
>>>> Thanks
>>>> On Sat, Jun 16, 2018 at 2:24 AM, Gaurav Saini <gauravsaini03@xxxxxxxxx>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>> As suggested by Abhay lets get on a call. I will fo my best to
>>>>> schedule it in weekend itself.
>>>>> Also, i saw the doc with screenshots there are really basic UI/UX
>>>>> mistakes done in new designs ideas shared that is the main reason to use
>>>>> angular material as you will stick to exact component designs.
>>>>> Let's have a call and discuss about all these in weekend itself.
>>>>> Thanks
>>>>> Gaurav
>>>>> On Fri 15 Jun, 2018, 21:42 Anwesh Krishna Nayak, <
>>>>> anweshknayak@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>>> I have attached below the doc containing redesigning of all UI and
>>>>>> links respectively
>>>>>> Link :
>>>>>> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1H9w7QWenox9M0nb29WR4RmvV94Jsjj0LglUZ3wCzbw8/edit?usp=sharing
>>>>>> Thanks
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