What’s Cookin’: 20-Oct-12
Author :        Date : 20-Oct-12

Well after rolling out VGCL 2.0, I am happy to report that the few bugs were corrected.  Thank you to all that tested it out and provided feedback.  We have been working on a few other things as well to further improve our website and content.

An item that is in the works is a VGCL Mobile Edition.  The purpose of this edition would be to serve as a pocket console reference guide. I am not using any java at all within the mobile version nor am opening any links in a new window\tab to ensure ease of navigation and low data\battery drain. Large buttons are utilized to ensure that it is easy to navigate.  Our full website would be accessible at any time from the link at the bottom of each page.  Please let me know any suggestions you may have.  I believe this might be a great tool for cell phone users, but I may be wrong.  Let me know your thoughts.  Here are a few rough screenshots, displaying the entire content of the test pages:

Main Page
Sample Console Listing
Sample Console Page
Any thoughts you may have on adding this feature would definitely be appreciated. Thanks in advance for your candid comments all.


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