No Modes – The Future of all Web Applications

No Modes – The Future of all Web Applications

In 1970s and 1980s Computer Scientists realized that modes sucked for user interfaces. Larry Tesler (of Xerox PARC & Apple) and Jef Raskin (author, “The Humane Interface”) both described the principles of a modeless interface for computer interaction. 30 years later and web developers are still using modes in nearly every interaction. Learn how to use PHP and jQuery to ditch countless Edit and Save buttons and make your software more intuitive.

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Andrew Cassell

November 16, 2016
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