Lately, I was browsing thru the internet and was looking to finish a design idea that I got…and I came across:
My first curiosity was: Can I apply that to multiple sides?
The idea is to implement a “cube” design into a web-based interface which is run in appJS, a plattform to make HTML/CSS/JS stuff become a native application, by using JS with nodeJS. IN the end, the design should be able to have four corners, so whenever the user moves their cursor to the top, left, right or bottom of the page, it should automatically move the slide so they can see a specific area which is not supposed to be seen at all the time - for example, the logging console. When a user moves their mouse to the bottom of the app, i would liek to be able to have the page slide up a bit and reviel a console which is modified using jQuery…you can guess the rest.
It would be quite awesome if someone could help me set up the design based on the link given above.
As a side note - appJS runs with CEF (Chrome embedded framework)…or just, webkit. So I could preview that all in Safari and all the usual webkit statements are supported (except 3d stuff, but thats comming soon).