[IPOL discuss] IPOL poll: Angular JS cross-browser compatibility

Miguel Colom colom at cmla.ens-cachan.fr
Sat Feb 13 12:01:26 CET 2016

Dear all,
we're improving the web interface of the demos to improve usability  
and user experience.
One of the ideas is to do as much as the work as possible in the  
client rather than doing so at the server, to have a fast,  
interactive, and reactive system.

To have it, we rely much on Angular JS now, which is built over Javascript.
We don't think that requiring Javascript is an issue nowadays, since  
the great majority of browsers have it enabled by default and in fact  
it's required for most of the features of the so-called web 2.0 (AJAX,  
offline working, etc).

The goal is to check if the code that will put in production in the  
future is working for most of the browsers, systems, and devices. And  
to fix it if not, of course.

Thus, we invite you to test the prototype and answer a very short poll  
(only four checkboxes) to give us feedback.

Please, do the following:
1) Go to the prototype demo website:
2) Check that the list of 9 images is shown.
3) Pick any image
4) Check that the controls are shown: In "Threshold type" you should  
be able to pick one of two options. Four sliders with default values  
0, 128, 128, 1. And a marked checkbox at the end.
5) Click on "Enable Crop" and check that you can choose a piece of the  
image and move the crop over the left image. It should show your crop  
portion on the right.
6) Click on "Run"
7) Check that after a few seconds the results page appears
8) Check that in the results page the parameters are shown. The tmax  
parameters might have changed. This is normal, don't worry.
9) Check that when you move over the gallery ("Resulting images") you  
can turn between the input and the Output.

The poll is here:

To answer, please write down your system and browser version (for  
example "Debian sid - Chromium 47.0.2526.80 Built on 8.2") and pick  
any options you want (It works/Bad visualization/Not working at  
all/Other problems).
And please repeat it for any combination of operating system, browser,  
device (including smartphones) you have.

In case you observe any anomaly (you have chosen "Bad  
visualization/Not working at all/Other problems"), please reply to  
this message in the discuss list with more details, so we can fix them.

Thank you very much for your help!

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