First impressions - trying to think like a noob.. using Mint 18.1 Serena
Noted the Browser+WebHost+Mail is 367.6MB zipped!
Home page to the browser is nice and clean but links to clearweb that are not accessible, perhaps might as well be plain text.
The SAFE Authenticator Home: "Create Account" at the bottom of the page, is not visible on my laptop =1366x768. Navigating through that authenticator, then see the top and bottom hidden and perhaps more fluid design could work better to see full page?
Authorisation Request popup is shorter than needed and then has a scroll bar!.. that need scrolling to see the buttons. I see noted already.
Thought: the windows all look the same white and grey.. colour would help the juggle between the window user is interested in and the Authenticator.. perhaps make the Authenticator all one shade or striped or something immediately and obviously different from the web host.
There's not enough hints on the [create service] to understand what to do for next step.. those familiar might navigate this but missing instruction to update and then map etc.
why when I type servicename does it suggest "servicename-root" - I delete that "-root" because I don't know that it might be useful??
So, having got through that, it makes a lot of sense to create service as a name and then upload into it.
The back button top left is a poor option for navigating.
The Manage Files: list of documents uploaded
- offers [delete] but I click at the filename wanting an option to rename it rather than to download it.
- does not declare the url!.. just suggests _public/domain/service
but it works
I wondered that suffixing /index.html is a bit redundant following requests to simple safe://domain - don't get that visiting clearweb google for example.
I like a lot the Hosting Manager: Home design
but the [Create Service] on first passes does not suggest clearly enough in which domain you are adding service.. and misleading then the list [Select a container to be mapped], so I'm adding to /yvette/ but seeing container for /hello/ as the only location orientation detail. That the domain is actually suggested in the right side of the URL is less obvious than it should be.. simply make it larger or bold perhaps?
Web Hosting terminal messages are a bit cryptic:
FFI cross-boundary error propagation:
| **ERRNO: -106** CoreError(No such entry - CoreError::RoutingClientError -> NoSuchEntry)
Given the Authenticator is part of the Browser, it's kind of odd that it does not have the menu panel on the left side or apparently any link back to home.
I'm surprised not to see a [Home] button on the URL toolbar next to the other navigation.
beaker:favorites SAFE Network Directory points to a url that now exists but oddly fails. Putting the same request to the URL bar does work. Given I haven't figured out to hack the new API to get at testing sites, there is not updating directory just yet - just that placeholder for expecting people might use that favourite button.
/end-of-1st-pass.. good impression all round - was fun and no big issues - would recommend