Hi, Understand from http://www.tersus.com/?Id=7916 that using the New Mobile Application template, we are able to go some way towards using the Bootstrap UI framework.However after playing around with the Display elements in the Palette for New Mobile Application template, without any documentation, find that the UI design is not as not as intiuitve as using the usual Display elements of other templates.Maybe its because i'm very new to Bootstrap or maybe its the mental transition from the old display elements to new display elements. An example was a question i raised http://web.tersus.com/?Id=8020Had a thought about what might be a good way forward to utilise the Bootstrap framework, have drag and drop feature for display elements and also rather intuitive in designing the UI in Tersus. What i did was go through what's out there for Bootstrap UI editiors in http://mashable.com/2013/10/20/bootstrap-editors/#wBnnbKHL9SquGoing through the free programs, i wanted a program that i could start producing something within minutes without reading any documentation, doing it by pure intuition. The two programs i found fit are Pingendo (http://pingendo.com/) and LayoutIt! (http://www.layoutit.com/)Of the two, i find Pingendo a better fit. Maybe Tersus team can have a look at Pingendo and LayoutIt!. Some inspiration might come out of it to enable Tersus users to harness Bootstrap functionalities with ease. Especially prefer Pingendo for its variety of components and the Structure section of components.In terms of logic programming in application, i don't think there is a visual programming platform out there that can beat Tersus. If Tersus can ease the way in developing visually appealing applications combined with strong logic programming, its really 如虎添翼 (like a Tiger has grown wings) :)
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