Enterprise 2.0, blogs, and me
Websites use to be plain and simple. With the introduction of Flash, it changes everything. We use to have lots of Flash based websites that we can interact with them in different ways and they are also colorful. Now we rarely see Flash any more but most of the websites still contain what we called ‘Rich user experience’ according to O’Reilly, from many new things such as Html 5. Due to internet connection are getting fast enough so we can do lots of things online. We can live without Microsoft offices now since we can use Google docs instead.
Path of exile(POE) is a MMORPG free online game. I on’t go into detail about the game, instead I’ll talk about its website. I’ve picked this website because it has lots of ‘Rich’ elements. They also have dynamic menus. They also have section where people can plan their character passive skill from a huge skill tree. Since the tree is very big, it allow users to zoom in/out, scroll through all the tree, and also allow users to search for skills they are looking for. They can also provide similar skills you want too.
Not only that you can also save your skill tree and share this with anyone by copy the link below your tree. The link will change according to your tree so you can keep it to yourself or share the link to people to get comments on your plan.
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