WYSIWYG - like MS WordWYSIWYG ( /ˈwɪziwɪɡ/ WIZ-ee-wig) is an acronymfor what you see is what you get. The term isused in computing to describe a system in whichcontent displayed during editing appears exactlyvery similar to the ﬁnal output, which might bea printed document, web page, or slidepresentation.
Inline HTML5 WYSIWYG editor• Interactions should react in realtime and give immediate feedback to the user.• The user should see the exact result of its action immediately.• No apply or conﬁrm action should be necessary. Its done when you do it.• Instead everthing can be reverted.• Every action should be completed with the minimum possible interactions.• Everything that can be done automatically should be done automatically.
http://aloha-editor.org/demos/css3/ edit the cube all visible content is editable
Improve the interaction process and save costs! Every action should be completed with the minimum possible interactions. Measured with the KeyStroke-Level-Model (KLM) for the calculation we us the numbers from wikipedia.org 4,000,000 1) edits 2 2) min per edit “two minutes to execute. In reality it probably takes longer” 8,000,000 min editing per month (≈4h/user per month) $25 cost per hour per user $3,333,333 cost per month SAVE $10,000,000 per year $833,333 per month1) http://stats.wikimedia.org/EN/TablesWikipediaEN.htm2) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Time_management
Apache Stanbol RESTful Semantic Engine• Persistence: services that store (or cache) semantic information and make it searchable• Lifting/Enhancement: services that add semantic information to “non- semantic” pieces of content• Knowledge models and reasoning: services that enhance the semantic information• Interaction: intelligent user interface management and generation