Design Twitter Bootstrap interface to display groups and subgroups with sorting
- Status Closed
- Budget $30 - $250 AUD
- Total Bids 1
. GroupA - SubA1, SubA2
. GroupB - SubB1, SubB2, SubB3
. GroupC - SubC1
. GroupD - SubD1, SubD2, SubD3, SubD4
'You have selected GroupC'
'You have selected SubD4 from GroupD'
We require groups to be sortable by dragging. When a user sorts a group, a message similar to the following should be displayed in the console:
'New group ordering - GroupC, GroupA, GroupB, GroupD' followed by
'You have selected GroupA'
At this point the selected group should be highlighted similar to the above. We require subgroups to be sortable by dragging. When a user sorts a subgroup, a message similar to the following should be displayed in the console:
'New subgroup ordering - SubA2, SubA1' followed by
'You have selected SubA1 from GroupA'
At this point the selected subgroup should be highlighted similar to the above. We also have the requirement for a special group called 'Unallocated'. We need the ability to drag any subgroup out of the group into the unallocated group. When this event occurs, the following message should be displayed in the console
'SubA2 has been unallocated'
We need to be able to drag unallocated subgroups back into groups which should be accompanied by the following message
'SubA2 has been allocated to Group A' followed by
'New subgroup ordering - SubA1, SubA2’
The specific representation of the unallocated group will be left to the designer, subject only to the above Twitter Bootstrap requirement. Our focus is on an intuitive design and ease of use. Hard coding of groups and subgroups is fine.Get free quotes for a project like this
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