Author Topic: Record or "draw" the task's throughput  (Read 1702 times)

Offline vletroye

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Record or "draw" the task's throughput
« on: October 27, 2013, 04:14:34 pm »
YAUI ! Yet another useless idea...
Up to you to transform it in a real innovation  :D

You could record (log) tasks' throughput so one could review the figures once those tasks completed.

Or better: draw a graph in real time, with a library like Flot, smoothie charts or RickShaw.

That would be really "nice"  :P


Sorry, I have nothing else to do during the Parity Creation than imagine nice-to-have feature  ;)
Maybe I will go to sleep  ;D

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Offline Brahim

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Re: Record or "draw" the task's throughput
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2013, 06:46:41 pm »
I do plan on more charts. However, getting user obsessed over throughput could be a whole new can of worm.
Plotting the throughput a la Windows 8 style is not an issue. I always intended to redesign that status Windows.

Maybe after the simplified UI is done.