In a previous post last week I posted a sample for a behavior for conditional navigation by using a global state object. Just a few days later, we got a question on how to represent and reflect user roles (or other global state) in a SketchFlow application. This article shows a simple example how this can be done. There are many possible extensions and variations on this technique, but in this post I can’t do more than show a simple starting point.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Yesterday, somebody asked me how to do conditional navigation in SketchFlow. Out of the box, there is no built-in behavior to do conditional navigation, but the good news is that it is not hard to write one. Here is an example for how to do it.
Monday, August 24, 2009
Nick Josevski shows in an article on his blog how to create type-on animations using SketchFlow Animations.
He also asks if anybody knows a different, maybe easier solution.
Here is a really simple, quick&dirty behavior sample that handles type-on animation for text blocks.