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    Default How do YOU design Ext screens?

    How do YOU design Ext screens?


    Classic problem. It seems we are starting into Ext and are trying to identify the best ways to work with it without trial-and-error.

    How does your project design/mockup screens for Ext? What tools and workflow do you use? Or does your team just consist of hard-core coders and they create interfaces that are tweaked after user comments?

    What did you do right during design?

    What did you do wrong during design?

    What kind of tools do you wish you had?

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    Photoshop is my best choice, just like designing Web pages
    Ext Every Day!
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    Pen and Paper seems to work just fine...

    After all Ext handles the layout, all you need is a rough idea to get what you want.

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    I visualize it in my minds eye.
    I like it. Simple, easy to remember.
    ...but why is the rum gone?

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    Maybe in future we have a tool for ext like adobe's new thermo for flex applications
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGdr3dCmxe4

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    It depends. Before I started out with ExtJS 2, I had some HTML templates which I could quickly put together and create ExtJS 1.x forms with that.

    Now, with ExtJS 2, I use Visual Studio to create dialogs. I also tried out several of those ExtJS Gui Builders, but at date, none of them works correctly, or they don't work at all. So I end up building GUI mockups with the free Visual Studio applications. After my customer accepts the mockups and when the application has been built, there are often changes to the original mockups which I either implement directly (because it's clear which changes are required) or I do a screenshot and edit it in Photoshop.

    I wish that sometimes we get a full-fledged GUI builder tool which works two-way (just like Trolltech's QT Desginer or VS).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalSkyline View Post
    Pen and Paper seems to work just fine...

    After all Ext handles the layout, all you need is a rough idea to get what you want.
    here here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by djliquidice View Post
    here here!
    I think you meant 'hear hear'

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    Quote Originally Posted by RWaters View Post
    I think you meant 'hear hear'
    Or maybe 'beer beer'

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    Quote Originally Posted by RWaters View Post
    I think you meant 'hear hear'
    yeah duh me. :-P

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