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1 “Niagara AX Graphics” July 2007 Scott Muench - Manager Technical Sales James Johnson – Sales Engineer Ed Merwin - Director Channel Sales © 2007 Tridium, Inc,

2 2 Welcome! The goal of TridiumTalk is to share with the Niagara community timely content on sales, products and technical topics. Each session will last between minutes and will be a mix of presentation, demonstrations and Q&A. This session and past sessions will be posted on our community web site at (more details to come) The content presented here is representative of Tridium’s Niagara technology and products in general, please contact your channel partner for specific details and pricing. As a courtesy to others in the conference, please place your phone on mute until the Q&A portion of the program

3 3 Agenda Introduction The User Experience Getting the Information Graphic Elements Built-in Views Live Demonstration Next Steps – Advanced topics Where to Find More Information Question and Answer Session

4 4 Introduction AX Graphics - Tech Session for Building the User Interface Continuing the series of technical TridiumTalk sessions, AX Graphics is a live "over-the-shoulder" look at how user interfaces are created in the Niagara Framework. The graphical elements and various views used to create real life applications will be demonstrated.

5 5 User Experience Audience –Who is to be the user of the system? –How will they be using it? What tasks do they need to perform? –What devices will they use? Client tool, web browser, PDA? Navigation –Pre plan the levels of penetration and the flow to get there –Decide on a navigation approach: Text and Hyperlinks Buttons/Tabs and Icons Nav Bar Menus Look and Feel –Create standards for layout, colors, font type and size –Keep as simple and consistent as practical

6 6 Audience – Planning for the use

7 7 User Experience Audience –Who is to be the user of the system? –How will they be using it? What tasks do they need to perform? –What devices will they use? Client tool, web browser, PDA? Navigation –Pre plan the levels of penetration and the flow to get there –Decide on a navigation approach: Text and Hyperlinks Buttons/Tabs and Icons Nav Bar Menus Look and Feel –Create standards for layout, colors, font type and size –Keep as simple and consistent as practical

8 8 Navigation – Text and Hyperlinks

9 9 Navigation – Buttons and Icons

10 10 Navigation – Nav Bar Menus

11 11 Getting the Information – “The Driver Framework”

12 12 Getting the Information – Control logic

13 13 Graphic Elements – “Widgets”

14 14 Graphic Elements – Make Widget Wizard

15 15 Graphic Elements – Pallets

16 16 Px Graphic View

17 17 Px Editor

18 18 Logging Views

19 19 Alarm Console View

20 20 Rich Presentations In a Browser

21 21 Grid Table and Label Pane

22 22 Live Demonstration

23 23 Next Steps - Advanced Topics Relativized ORDs – creating a template graphics The Nav file – custom experience for each user The Component Grid - summary screens Dynamic linking to graphic properties Transparency and gradient properties Your Imagination Here…

24 24 More Information Past TridiumTALK – What’s new 3.2 – Grid table and Label Pane Web Forums and Blogs – On-line demo station – User Documentation – Niagara Bowser User Access Guide More advanced Documentation – Niagara User Guide Training and Certification – Advanced training and topics – Ask your channel partner for details

25 25 Question and Answer Session Select the Q&A icon in the Netspoke menu bar to type your questions Feel free to speak up for further discussion Please introduce yourself, company name, and where you are calling from.

26 26 Thank you! We would like your feedback on today’s TridiumTalk Please take a moment to answer our short survey If you have any further questions, comments or topic suggestions, please them to Ed MerwinScott MuenchJames Johnson


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