Mapping out the user flow of an application helps inform its design,development, and implementation.
- [Instructor] Any time you build…an advanced user experience like an app,…it's a good idea to map out the user flow or user journey,…to find out how the user would traverse…through the application,…performing actions and accomplishing tasks.…This helps inform decisions around everything…from content strategy and information architecture,…to practical things…like what templates and functions can be reused.…In the exercise files,…you'll find this graphic that you see right here,…under the assets folder.…Since this is a relatively small app,…I've combined the user flow with some basic wire framing…to get a handle on how the app will work…and how people will use it.…
I'm showing it to you now so you have a clear idea…of where we're headed, and later on in the course,…we'll return to this graphic,…when we start working with individual views…in the standalone app.…Let's take a closer look at a user's journey,…starting with the login view.…When the user first visits the app,…they'll be met with a page that just introduces the app…
- Planning the application
- Extending WordPress with a plugin
- Setting up the standalone application
- Configuring OAuth 2 in WordPress
- Building the task list view
- Building the new task view
- Creating a new task via the REST API
- Displaying conditional content
- Visualizing data using Graph.js
Skill Level Advanced
1. Plan the Application
2. Extend WordPress with a Plugin
3. Set Up the Standalone Application
Review of user flow2m 34s
4. Build the Task List View
5. Build the New Task View
6. Build the Update/View Task View
7. Bonus Features
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