ABMaterial Framework for WebApps
Theming refers to "the use of an overarching theme...to create a holistic and integrated spatial organization of a consumer venue." Often themes are derived from history, different cultures and fantasy. Theming can vary in intensity from interior design to entire architecture based on a particular theme, with theme parks being an example of a common large-scale application of theming. Theming is prevalent in certain restaurants, casinos, museums, airports and resorts. The use of theming is used extensively through the events industry and comprises modules at many universities including the UK Centre for Events Management at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Basicaly, Theming is taking a Base Framework Control or Component, like the ones in ABMaterial, and customize it to the look and feel of our choice.
By doing so we can greatly improve user experience when using our webapps.
This series will try to cover the following ABM Components:
Some Components and Helpers are more customisable than others, and most of the info in this series will come from my own experience. I am NOT an expert in ABM use, but I have become an expert at asking for “impossible” thing to Alain (@alwaysbusy) and at breaking his code almost to the point of no return.
If anyone wants to pitch-in in this series, please reach out to me in PM. Proper credits will be gven when due, to the best of my knowledge and capability.
PS: I will try to release 1 (one) new thread per Week(end), depending on my own free time available and the difficulty of the Control/Helper chosen.
This series assume you have some basic knowledge of how ABMaterial Framework works.
PS-2: First tackle will be the Modal Form, as I got to "know" it more deeply than I antecipated needing.