4 Matching Annotations
  1. Dec 2021
    1. This loop showcases a UI pattern that I think could be improved. There is an "edit" button visible, which opens the sidebar. The principles should more closely resemble the Hypothesis sidebar. Instead of requiring an explicit edit button which the user clicks, the editor should operate on object selections. Merely clicking any of the displayed values should select it, which should provide a handle to the underlying object, which should reveal the editor sidebar (with, ideally, the relevant field focused).

  2. Oct 2021
    1. More directly about this gilded path through the tool. So, in an initial version of Sketch-n-Sketch and the version that we demoed at Strange Loop, there were many requirements about the syntactic structure of the program that if they weren’t satisfied certain interactions in the output would no longer be available. So a simple example is in that initial milestone, the main expression, the main definition of the program essentially had to be a list literal of shapes. And each of those shapes had to be a top level definition in your program and only then could certain interactions be available to users.
  3. May 2021
    1. select * from users

      We can preview the data, and since that looks good, let's add a table to the canvas to display it. When we do this, it helpful pre-fills the data from our last query.