Performance Best Practices User Interface: A Cheat Sheet

What do we Know About UI(User Interface)?

  • Let’s see what UI means; let’s have a walkthrough. What are the best practices and cheat sheets that can help us build and design a better UI and UX for the Users?
  • “A User Interface is a place where a user interacts with the Website or an Application” User Interface is created to interact with the human touch, sight or even auditory, etc. UI can interact with input (Keyboard, Mouse, Touchpad, Screen Touch) as well as output devices(Speakers, Printers)

Let’s talk about basic practices to use during developing the User Interface(OUTSYSTEMS)

  • Avoid using Preparation Data when using Screen Actions for a Particular screen in the designing level.
  • Most of the time, it is best to fetch the data again and again by using Aggregates
  • Use Ajax with care because it is a great tool to improve user usability and UI. Using Ajax with care avoids performance issues.
  • Try to split large screens into smaller segments or parts to reduce view state size and number of queries in the preparation
  • Use cached, generally when you are developing Web Screens or particularly Web Blocks when repeated use fields have the same result, therefore, saving the time of processing the screen/block over and over again in the designing stage. Particularly useful in AJAX queries that fetch or retrieve lookup data of preparation.

Everyone needs a little help sometimes while developing UI; even the pros in the industries need help. It’s difficult to remember every single minute detail and apply them while designing the interface. Every once in a while, you look for little details in the basics of designing, which we have momentarily forgotten—what a waste of time that can be. That’s why, we searched for and curated some popular design cheat sheets to get you through your day and help you have the best UX strategies to create an amazing UI and UX.

Let’s have a look at Cheat Sheet for HTML 5

Cheat Sheet for HTML5 for better designing:

If you are learning HTML5 and want a perfect UI, this is a good reference sheet. This extensive list of cheats provides us with many useful details apart from the tags and elements used in HTML. It also gives additional details about where the tags are useful and needed and the support provided by different browsers for tags. It includes:

  • New HTML5 tags
  • Current HTML4 tags, which are Obsolete and Traditional, which are even now offered for HTML 5 designs for better touchup
  • A chart for browser readiness
  • Attributes and Tags
  • Obsolete, old HTML5 tags(Traditional)
  • Then there are table and character tags that can be used to smooth and detail the UI.

Let’s see some Cheats for Html 5

Following are the cheat sheets you should follow while designing an HTML web page.

“The operation of the site is really easy to use and Understandable, just highlight a code snippet and copy-paste it in your project so work efficiency is increased and the project can be done without an extra time-consuming process. Interact with the website panels, try to understand the flow, try the buttons and their different classes, sliders, or look around in the useful links section of the pages.”

  • Color picker – Pick a color in the input field to get its Hex and RGB code and a code snippet for styling and better lookup.
  • Characters – Retrieve the most common character codes or look around in the full list of thousands of characters organized in categories to retrieve data.
  • Tags – The most common HTML tags shown in the HTML are body, head, html5, table, etc…
  • Structures – Block of codes made of more tags which are always used together to show a structural way of page: table, list, definition list, and form mostly used to present the data in table format to show data on pages.
  • Attributes – HTML tag attributes offer additional information about the elements and the properties for the respective tags.
  • Gibberish text – Lorem ipsum and various filler text generators fill pages with content to show the dummy data sometimes or even check out the structure.
  • Iframe generator – Set the URL that has to be accessed in the frames, the dimensions, and various other attributes to get the iframe HTML code used to add additional documents in a frameset to its dimension.
  • Table generator – Specify the dimensions of the grid and other attributes to generate the HTML table to show the table more structurally.
  • Link generator – Make an anchor tag setting where to point or navigate and what text and tooltip to display on the link. You can alternatively set it to open the link in a new tab like opening a new web page in another tab.
  • Image generator – Create an HTML image tag that can create an image and display it on the screen by using, setting the link to the image, and some style properties of the image like a source of the image, the height of the image, the width of the image, .urls are some of the properties
  • List generator – The HTML list generator creates a demo list containing two items with dummy records, based on the selected list type, which can be ordered or unordered or even nested list.
  • .htaccess – The most common access codes to force HTTPS, redirect, link rewrite, and block IP addresses for security purposes.
  • Robots.txt – Small robots text file example to allow or ban web crawlers on your website for better security and virus-free environment. So the website can stay away from unwanted data packets.
  • Head tags – Make sure you don’t miss anything important from the head section of the website. It’s one of the most essential tags in HTML. Head tag is used to provide a heading for a website.
  • Open graph – Complete the head section with the Open Graph protocol to help social media sites understand the page and content given inside it.
  • HTML5 page structure – A demo page built using the HTML5 elements and tags and attributes. with their respective columns and rows and with the grid specs

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