Re: [GSoC'18 Web App]: Query regarding current design approach
I understand it is time-consuming. It has been the same for me.
Although it might not be possible to change where it has been implemented
right now due to time constraints, it would be helpful if there could be
some clarity regarding which approach to be followed so that it can be
implemented for the components that are left to be implemented.
Anwesh and I have used different approaches and later in time one of us
will have to update but it can be done later so that we can progress
further right now.
For now, if I could have some clarity the new components can be implemented
On Fri, Jul 20, 2018 at 9:52 PM Anwesh Krishna Nayak <anweshknayak@xxxxxxxxx>
> I think we should stick to the former with single column.
> Also I have done most of the work based on on already. It will be time
> talking to change things again. As few weeks are left and thing needs to be
> moving rapid. Also I discussed the same with Santosh.
> We have already changed from ng bootstrap to material. It was time
> consuming. I say let's not waste more time.
> Moreover the purpose of single column is that we could divide it into
> various wizards. So that it will be easy to fill up. Previous form design
> in community app was similar to the two column which had many
> inconsistencies I faced during fixing it and making it responsive was more
> On Fri, 20 Jul 2018, 21:22 Abhay Chawla, <abhay.chawla97@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> This is regarding the current design implementation in the web app.
>> Currently, wherever we have forms it was decided that we follow a single
>> column approach along with the implementation of angular-archwizard.
>> According to me, we have a lot of space on larger screens like desktops
>> where due to this a lot of space remains vacant on the left and right side.
>> Therefore I think we should follow a two column approach for larger screens
>> and single column for smaller screens only.
>> Also, we should use the angular material stepper instead of angular
>> archwizard as although the angular archwizard supports the case to disable
>> the wizard view if its not required, it has only been updated to support
>> Angular 5 till now. Instead material stepper can be used where wizard view
>> is required and simple material card design approach be used where it isn't.
>> @Gaurav @Pranjal @Maulik @Santosh @Ed please let us know your opinion
>> regarding the same.
>> I have attached screenshots for the single column and two column
>> approaches for your reference.