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Check out the Ionic framework. It's a newer framework for hybrid apps that just hit 1.0. It's built on Angular, which means it's battle-tested in production apps, and easy to pick up if you're already familiar with the framework, as well as leveraging Cordova (PhoneGap) for cross-platform binaries. Angular has modules or components for everything you should ...


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It depends on if you intend of the user reading carefully every notification. If that is a priority, then you could use fade-in/fade-out notifications that stack along the side of the screen: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups This could include close buttons on each notification (the button could be displayed on ...


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Under normal circumstances I would say don't show progress bars for completed processes, especially if you are showing a list of jobs in various states of progress. It should be easy to quickly scan the list and identify the major categories of in-process: not started, in progress, completed, and if applicable also paused and failed. It is much easier to do ...



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