[aerogear-dev] First go at stats/activity wireframes
hbons at redhat.com
Fri May 16 08:11:39 EDT 2014
My reasoning behing having separate tables was that you have less noise
and less data to look at at once. It's also easier to present
information. It's not mutually exclusive with a complete table though,
we can still have that if desired.
On 15/05/2014 17:21, mwessendorf wrote:
> a few comments:
> * landing-page: A dashboard is nice! But as said on the initial thread,
> let's focus on the stats around Push messages. If time allows we can define
> a 'dashboard' a bit more (e.g. adding notes 'how often an app was opened on
> a mobile device', etc)
> *activity table: Based on our IRC chat in the afternoon, you already updated
> it to only show the push messages. thanks!
> * Table per variant; I am not sure... I think as a user I just want to
> initially see a table of all the messages I send (per application). Clicking
> on the details (expanded row), I had in mind there to show more details,
> 2000 receivers for Variant-A - SUCCESS
> 3000 receivers for Variant-B - FAILURE SENDING
> 4000 receivers for Variant-C - SUCCESS
> Hylke Bons wrote
>> Here's an initial version:
>> I tried to incorporate most wishes expressed in the other thread.
>> Most notable things:
>> - Landing page with an overview of stats, most active apps, and error
>> - Activity table shows both registration and notification events
>> - Activity table is per variant, and not all activity on the server.
>> Unless there's a usecase to have every event for every app/variant in a
>> table I don't think we actually need it. The important thing is to get
>> to error messages easily.
>> Things to do/think about:
>> - links/entry points to the activity table
>> - filtering the activity table
>> This is just the first iteration and we will improve on this.
>> Let me know what you think.
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