We continue publishing real showcases from our customers, which were made on Webix. Today we’d like to share an article about the RightNote, personal information manager program for Windows, provided by Rael Bauer.
We wanted to provide our users with a way to publish their knowledge bases to the web or to mobile devices, so that they could then access or present their information on these platforms.
From the beginning
So the search began. We evaluated a number of packages. Some looked promising at first, but then after working with them for a while, problems started coming up. The biggest difficulty that I had was fighting with html and css – getting things to align the way I expected them to, to work in “full screen” mode etc.., and dealing with the html tags was becoming cumbersome.
We developed a “desktop” webbook, and a mobile webbook. Here are some sample pictures, and links to these webbooks on our website:
The Webix documentation is very thorough and also provides many examples. Furthermore, the Webix team responded very quickly to the questions that I posted on their forum, which has been recently improved. The snippet tool is a great way to communicate about various issues and test code snippet. It was a pleasure to use the Webix controls, and I look forward to using them more in the future.
And we would like to thank Rael Bauer for his article, great showcase, that was done, and such a pleasant feedback.
If you have a real showcase based on Webix, you want to share it and highlight your company and product in our blog – you are always welcome!
Stay tuned and take care!