Our new dashboard feature was presented at our annual conference, Project Flow 2011, to rave reviews! Project managers and executives who use our web-based software once had to scour through several charts and reports to see the information they need for the day. However, with the new dashboard design, most of the essential information can be seen on one screen.
The charts are generated using a 3rd Party add-on called ChartFX.Net from SoftwareFX. I used jQuery to populate the widgets with data. jQuery was also used to display enlarged widgets in a modal dialog box. All the widgets were generated with ASP.Net code.
*update: The dashboard feature was officially released to clients on Dec 13, 2012.
Agilent's Learning center app
Abovelearning’s Learning Center web application is a learning management system for large companies who wish to train their employees with new skills. The Learning Center makes it possible for an employee to search and register for training classes. Administrators can monitor training requirements for employees.
*update: Unfortunately, the dot.com bust of 2001 was too strong for Abovelearning.
Aside from being a web consultant for Keypoint – traveling to bay area companies to help clients with their websites – I am also one of two web application developers for Keypoint’s in-house software, e-Project.
The Keypoint team and I use e-Project to track the number of hours we spend programming (or graphics designing for the graphics guys) for a certain client. When it is time to bill our clients, e-Project calculates our rates and the time we spend so it can prepare an invoice for the client.
*update: Our e-project is now available to other companies who wish to use a web-based Time and Resource Billing application.