After several iterations of Finsemble’s UI, we’ve learned a lot about making a beautiful UI that reinforces a user’s flow state. We’ve folded these lessons into a general overhaul of our UI for Finsemble 4.0.
With new advanced application management functionality, Finsemble 4.0 helps businesses curate their application library and get application management under control.
The Finsemble Ecosystem brings the best of fintech applications together to create an intelligent, meaningful workflow for the end user. This week’s featured partner is Adaptable Tools.
Ensuring that Finsemble on Electron achieved impeccable security standards took substantial effort. For Electron developers or information professionals evaluating Finsemble, this blog post explains our security methodology step-by-step.
The Finsemble Router Service is a hub that passes event messages between windows and microservices, enabling coordination between all components. At any moment, messages are zipping back and forth between components, like a high speed network running right inside your application.
What is Finsemble physically? The easiest way to think about a Finsemble application is that it is a “site.” The site that is being displayed is composed of many pieces. Each piece—chart component, toolbar, microservice, config files, API, etc—is really just a web page.
Take a closer look at Finsemble. Each business component sits inside a window—a Chromium container running a short operating layer stack. Windows and components have a one-to-one relationship—a Finsemble component always sits in a container window.
Great design supports the user’s flow state. But how do you get there? Here are five principles of good, flow-centered UX design.