We had very interesting feedback from beWeeVee in the latest weeks, thanks all for that. While we are at it, with Sebastian we have done a couple of videos that shows how to use beWeeVee technical preview to do real work. Even though that the notepad is a technical demo to test how the underlying technology behaves “on the wild”, it is stable enough to do real work with it.
The video shows an hypothetical book review writing process with Sebastian playing the role of the editor and me (Federico) being the writer. As I had a creative blocking, when Sebastian came looking I gave him what I had and continue working while he review and change stuff. It is hypothetical, but it is a pretty common scenario.
This is the writer’s view (You can watch it in HD at Corvalius Channel):
This is the editor’s view (You can watch it in HD at Corvalius Channel):
I would also like to announce that we are going to release some internal bits that we are working on at 31th of July that will show a lot of improvements on the current technical preview. Without breaking the guideline that we set of “no clever coding“, we will release: a new client API (for developers), improved twofold performance (as measured by profiling), and better copying and pasting experience are part of the new version.
All comments are welcomed.
And stay tuned!