Please please provide your feedback. This is just the initial version. Your suggestions will be taken into account to determine future features. So please review.
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1. Search for item or select a tag.
2. Open interesting item, check it out.
3. Check out similar items at the bottom of the page/tags for that item.
What would you suggest as a way to reduce shuttling back and forth between pages?
1. Click on the 'combo-box' tag.
2. The next page shows four UI sources: selectize.js, bootstrap-select, custom-select, and jquery-custom-select-menu. I clicked on selectize.js.
3. The selectize.js page has links to the demo, download, etc. It also lists "Similar Components". I would expect these to be the three other combo-boxes, but they are links to other tags (datepick, color picker, ...).
4. Clicking demo opens the target in a new tab. After checking it out, I close that tab, and I'm back to the UIBox site. I now need to click the back button to check out the next combo-box. To check out other tags, I need to go back to the home page.
One option would be to eliminate #3 above and have the demo, download, ... links next to each item on the page in #2. Another option would be to list the other items with the same tag in the Similar Components block.
As for needing to go to home page to check out other tags, you can search for components from any page and in future i'll be providing options to do a search like '[bootstrap]' to get all the items tagged with 'bootstrap'.
Hopefully fixing the search box and the similar items box should resolve most of your issues.
This is great, thanks!
It also has a build tool written in node.js, http://github.com/component/component and has quite a large community surrounding it now.
For our application we need more flexibility (i.e. no fixed start and end, and we don't support mobile) so this is more what we'd be using http://www.uibox.in/item/31. Click the range tab and you'll see some of the awesomeness.
This one's good as well: http://iwantaneff.in/repo/