We are living in times where everything is at the tip of our finger. Mobility is the key to ensure that software are able to provide the best experience to our users. Having said that, EasyBlog 5 beta 2 is finally here; now with Mobile View support. Less new features means that EasyBlog 5 is near completion. You can check out the original plan via the timeline table here.
Shaping Mobile Blogging
For EasyBlog 5 beta 2, our main goal was to ensure that EasyBlog 5 supports the mobile view. It was very tricky at first; the trickiest part being the blocks. However, our team of dedicated designers and developers are able to ensure the mobility of EasyBlog 5. Lo and behold, the mobile view. :)
We have also ensure that both EasyBlog 5 beta 2's front-end and back-end receives the best mobile view without sacrificing any of the features that we have implemented. This is very tricky to achieve as it involves the balance between usability and UX/UI. For some of you who works in software development, you will know how UX/UI and usability is the one of the hardest part to develop. It's not easy to please everyone! :)
Redesigned Block's Workflow
The first version of EasyBlog 5 introduces the concept of "drag-n-drop", where we show how easy it is to use the new blocks. Applying any elements on your blog post can be as easy as dragging the element and drop it in any section of your composers. Our main target is to ensure that you do not have to go through the HTML codes in order to beautify your blog.
Nevertheless, for the mobile view, we tweaked the workflow and allows "tap-n-drop", where users are able to tap a block, and move it to any section of their blog by tapping on it. This flow can even be used in the desktop version of EasyBlog 5. Give it a try! :)
Bugs Crushed To Smithereens
We have crushed approximately 50+ bugs since EasyBlog 5 beta 1 release. The developers were working day and night to ensure a much more stable EasyBlog. We strongly believe that this particular beta version EasyBlog 5 is near completion; this might even be the last beta version before we release the Release Candidate (RC) version. The more report comes in, the more stable the RC and final version will become so do your best in testing the current beta version of EasyBlog 5.
Before you download and check out EasyBlog 5 beta 2, please be advice that this is a beta version and hence we highly advice for you to refrain from installing this on your live site.
You can grab EasyBlog 5 beta 2 via the Download button. Seeing that only active license holders are able to download this, do ensure that your license is updated. :)
Feel free to pen down any comments that you have. For any bug reports, do share with us via EasyBlog 5's Issue Tracker page.