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A Mechanism to Improve Navigation Control in Web 2.0 Single Page

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000238340D
Publication Date: 2014-Aug-19
Document File: 3 page(s) / 59K

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Abstract

This disclosure provides a method to improve navigation control in Web 2.0 single page by leveraging the existing Web browser URL based navigation mechanism to support widgets based navigation control.

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A Mechanism to Improve Navigation Control in Web

A Mechanism to Improve Navigation Control in Web

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Problem statement and background


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user to perform multiple operations.

The existing web browser can only support URL based navigation through visiting history, this is useful for traditional Web 1.0 page.


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Some users would click navigation button (back/forward/refresh) on web browser for navigation in Web 2.0 page, but this will lead all


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whole page to back, forward or refresh, this is not what they hope in many situations.

Problem

Problem

Web 2.0 provides enriched end user experience and collaboration capabilities, multiple widgets can be shown on single web page for

&&& Challenge

Challenge

The existing Web browser navigation is not very suitable for some Web2.0 page, especially the page which has multiple widgets for complex operating.

Users are used to use the Navigation button (or shortcut key) of Web browser to do navigation.

Current web browsers can only support URL based navigation and they are not allowed to navigate multiple widgets inside one single Web

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Leverage the existing Web browser URL based navigation mechanism to support widget based navigation control in Web2.0 single page.

How it works

How it works?

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This disclosure provides a method to improve navigation control in Web 2.0 single page, this method includes below steps:

Users goes into the web 2.0 single page and begin to operate the widgets


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Record the navigation chain into user session after users operate the widget (create, close, select etc)


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Determine the navigati...