The latest WebsitePro update includes a new small but useful feature in Pages called “Services”. The “Services” is a curated catalog of web applications that can be embedded in your website for various purposes such as ‘Forms’, ‘Analytics’, ‘Comments’, ‘Chat’, ‘Slideshows’…. As WebsitePro helps to build pure static websites without any server overhead, these services help to add more functionality to your websites with less work.
We are excited to announce the latest release of MockFlow AnnotatePro with two new features
1) Animated Components – Animated components help in identifying interactions for the user. There are two animated components – Pulsating Circle and Radiating Circle.
2) Drawing – This was a long asked feature. Now you can draw over the image to annotate it. The draw tool comes with line thickness and color.
With this release, AnnotatePro has become a comprehensive solution for annotating images, making interactive images and a collaborative tool for discussing images.
The highlight of the latest update to WebsitePro is “Tab Sessions”. This automatically saves and restores open tabs in a project by user. Since WebsitePro remembers the files opened by the user last time, it cuts-down unnecessary time involved in opening files back again when the project is reopened. So the user can jumpstart his website coding immediately after opening the project from where he left-off.
Other updates include minor improvements to Asset Manager, making it more easy to upload files and moving files between different groups etc. Also this update brings in certain bug fixes to editor. Happy Website(Pro) Coding :-)
The latest release of AnnotatoPro extends the interactivity feature released last month with “Social Interactions” and new Components. “Social Interactions” enables users to associate content from social media to images in an interactive way. This release includes social interactions like YouTube and Google Maps. More Social Media connections are in the pipeline.
In addition to this, two new annotation components have been added – Callout and Icon components. Both are meant for displaying interactive annotations. While the Callout provides just numbering, with the Icon component, user can select from a library of over 500 icons to easily label their image.
We are glad to announce a new major feature for MockFlow AnnotatePro – Interactive Annotations. Using Interactivity, images can now reveal more and rich information to the viewers through popups. The following interaction types are supported currently
- Text Popup
- Image Popup
- External linking
The popups can be customised using the built-in visual popup theme editor that includes styles, fonts and transitions.
Example Interactive Annotation: http://annotatepro.mockflow.com/view/306b48a6a8a6ef50e2c5907c3bab8d3a
Annotations can also be embedded within webpages or blogs using iFrame. In a latter release we plan to support more interactivity types like Video, Audio and Social etc….
WireframePro’s latest update provides significant improvements to the Comment System. Comments are a vital part of a wireframe project to gather feedback, collaborate and share ideas. So far comments in WireframePro were only text based, this update helps users to make visual feedback by bringing in two new features:
Post Wireframe as a Comment
Users can now modify the page they are viewing and post it as a Comment by simply clicking the “Modify Page and Post” button as shown in the picture above. This aids users to instantly communicate the visual changes they require in the Wireframe.
The editor of the project can import this modified page if needed to their project.
Files like PDF, images can be attached to comments. This helps to reduce email clutter associated with a Wireframe project.
Note: DesignCollab also now allows attachments for comments.
MockFlow being an Online Design suite, Collaboration and Communication are key elements when projects are shared between users. Today’s big update solves this by providing Real-time data sync and Team Chat for the following apps in Design Cloud:
You can verify this by opening two instances of the same app and project. And any change made in one instance will be immediately reflected in the other instance of the project.
Team-Chat provides an in-app embedded but draggable chat dialog for discussing project details as you make changes.