How best to display multiple data points in a single row in a list view?

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Hey! I’m designing a list that needs to accommodate multiple data points in a single row under a single category, and I’m wondering if there are any UI patterns that are best suited for this need.

I’ve seen lists that have rows with one long chunk of text (like a paragraph), but it still represents one discrete chunk of data – whereas what I’m designing will represent many separate data points (ex. Protocol 1, Protocol 2, etc.)

The user basically needs to quickly and efficiently identify which Protocols are associated with their corresponding Rules. I’ve thought about an expanding row interaction, as well as a modal, but both seem kinda click-intensive.

Any thoughts? Thanks for taking a look, eager to hear your feedback!

What is the UX definition of a View?

The term “view” is used a lot in UX. In programming it often refers specifically to a user interface element associated with a model (e.g. in MVC or MV* frameworks). But I’ve heard it used in other contexts in UX, e.g. user view vs admin view of a website…where it relates to role rather than a model.

  • Is there a canonical or other well articulated definition for View from a UX perspective.
  • If not, is there any form of consistency around how to use the term as a UX designer?

Filtering list view based on querystring using jQuery?

Using Sharepoint 2010 Content Editor Web Parts (some links dynamically created) List View Web Part

Ability to add additional software or packages to the system extremely limited (so would prefer answers that do not suggest software upgrades/additional different Web Parts)

Notes using javascript/JQuery and have access to SPServices.

Given the services I have access to, is there a way to filter the List View Web Part based on a querystring?

SP 2013 document library custom view webpart

We have a requirement to display most recent uploaded file in a document repository in a separate view on the home page.

For example we have Document_Library_1 with files file_new, file_old1, file_old2… we need to have a custom custom view or dashboard on homepage, where the user can access the most recent reports.

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Could someone please point me in the right direction on how to achieve this, is custom webpart a solution or the standard view could be customized?

How can i write script for search two different List columns of search boxes related data show on grid view in SPFX?

Am able to search the PR_Number column data, the same i want to search for Description as input in another search box and show the gridview in SPFx.

import * as React from 'react'; import * as ReactDom from 'react-dom'; import { Version } from '@microsoft/sp-core-library'; import {   BaseClientSideWebPart,   IPropertyPaneConfiguration,   PropertyPaneTextField } from '@microsoft/sp-webpart-base'; //import styles from './PrFilter.module.scss'; import { escape } from '@microsoft/sp-lodash-subset';  import * as strings from 'PrFilterWebPartStrings'; import PrFilter from './components/PrFilter'; import { IPrFilterProps } from './components/IPrFilterProps'; import { SPHttpClient, SPHttpClientResponse } from '@microsoft/sp-http';  export interface IPrFilterWebPartProps {   description: string; } export interface ISPLists {   value: ISPList[]; } export interface ISPList {   PR_Number: string;   Description: string;   Request_Date: string; }      export default class PrFilterWebPart extends BaseClientSideWebPart<IPrFilterWebPartProps> {    private _getListData(): Promise<ISPLists> {       let queryString: string = '';     let queryStringforPR: string = '';     let searchboxVal: string=(this.domElement.querySelector('#searchbox') as  HTMLInputElement).value;     if(searchboxVal!=""){       // alert("searchboxVal" + searchboxVal);             queryString="$  filter=substringof('"+searchboxVal+"',PR_Number)";       queryStringforPR= searchboxVal;       console.log("qurery string value is " + queryString);       console.log("queryStringforPR value is " + queryStringforPR);     }     return this.context.spHttpClient.get(this.context.pageContext.web.absoluteUrl + `/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('PurchaseRequest')/Items?$  filter=PR_Number eq $  {queryStringforPR}`, SPHttpClient.configurations.v1)         .then((response: SPHttpClientResponse) => {             return response.json();         });   }   private _renderListAsync(): void    {       this._getListData()     .then((response) => {       this._renderList(response.value);     });   }    private _renderList(items: ISPList[]): void    {     //debugger;     let html: string = '<table class="TFtable" border=1 width=100% style="border-collapse: collapse;">';     html += `<th>PR_Number</th><th>Description</th><th>Request_Date</th>`;     items.forEach((item: ISPList) => {       html += `           <tr>           <td>$  {item.PR_Number}</td>           <td>$  {item.Description}</td>           <td>$  {item.Request_Date}</td>           </tr>           `;     });     html += `</table>`;     const listContainer: Element = this.domElement.querySelector('#spListContainer');     listContainer.innerHTML = html;   }   private _setSearchBtnEventHandlers(): void    {     //debugger;     this.domElement.querySelector('#searchBtn').addEventListener('click', () => {         this._renderListAsync();     });   }     public render(): void {      this.domElement.innerHTML = `     <div>     <div>        <div class="ms-Grid-row ms-fontColor-white">         <div class="ms-Grid-col ms-u-lg10 ms-u-xl8 ms-u-xlPush2 ms-u-lgPush1">                  <p class="ms-font-l ms-fontColor-white" style="text-align: center">P2P Tool</p>         </div>       </div>       <div class="ms-Grid-row ms-fontColor-white ">          <input id="searchbox" type="textbox"/><input id="searchBtn" type="button" value="Search"/>         <input id="searchboxDescription" type="textbox"/><input id="searchBtnDescription" type="button" value="Search"/>              <br>         <div id="spListContainer" />       </div>     </div>   </div>`;     this._renderListAsync();     this._setSearchBtnEventHandlers();   }    protected get dataVersion(): Version {     return Version.parse('1.0');   }    protected getPropertyPaneConfiguration(): IPropertyPaneConfiguration {     return {       pages: [         {           header: {             description: strings.PropertyPaneDescription           },           groups: [             {               groupName: strings.BasicGroupName,               groupFields: [                 PropertyPaneTextField('description', {                   label: strings.DescriptionFieldLabel                 })               ]             }           ]         }       ]     };   } }  

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2D game using orthographic 3D view

I am wondering how some 2d games work, where they are actually 3d but are using some sort of orthographic projection to introduce more depth into their 2d game. I saw a picture of how the game “Enter the Gungeon” was actually made in unity 3d.

Gungeon 3D Gungeon actual view

When I tried doing something likes this I put the camera in orthographic view and after some adjusting I got it to look kind of like this. The problem is that movement in the z-axis (up and down on the screen) it feels very slow because of the whole orthographic thing. You can notice this when moving a player for example.

When I simply increased the speed of the player in the z-axis it felt pretty normal, but I am wondering if that would introduce some unforeseen consequences?

I couldn’t find any guides, posts or videos about this. I saw other screenshots of games doing this, how are they usually managing it?

JSON column formatting – reference column not in view

Hi we have Sharepoint online site using old template and switched list to use modern experience.

Problem is with JSON formatting, because some things do not work as expected.

  1. Unable to use/reference any site column in fashion [$ CustomColumnName] which are not used in the view. Error given is: Failure: CustomColumnName was not found on the data object.

  2. Referencing column [$ ID] gives two possible errors: empty like there is no data or Failure: Cannot read property ‘valueOf’ of null

I have tested out of the box examples from Microsoft site and many more and the behaviour is the same.

Does it have to do something that the site is not completely on modern design? Did you experienced this? Thanks

Linking also the same issue somebody else created, I have same behaviour.

Be able to view old version (revision) of Word, Excel, Visio Online document on O365

When you want to view a document Online, for example Word Document, the Url of the document is :

The GUID is the UniqueID of the document in SharePoint.

It would be very interesting to select an older version of the document to view using a syntax like underneath (for the revision 1 of a document) as when you want to download a specific revision of a document?

For Downloading the revision 1 of MyDocument.docx the syntax is :

For viewing this underneath URL could be great: