@njsteele That’s just a rule of ‘simultaneous growth’ I think 🙂
For example, the projects which are huge already cannot harness all the new cool technologies/libraries/frameworks in the world right away because that’s expensive for their scale (just imagine that they have to redo all related internal and external functionalities, documentation, marketing and anything else what is related) and risky (there is a high probability of fault or incompatible technology, as every bit of related software they use needs to have 100% compatibility, or public will just smash them with the bad news/reviews/articles/etc. which leads to unhappy investors).
So, that is why big projects do not usually jump on such great tools like Quasar.
On the other hand, ambitious projects which have started using Quasar as a platform are yet quite small and just have not gained the popularity over the world. Taking into the account the age of Quasar, there was just not enough time for these project to ‘shine’ globally.
Seriously, how many projects do you know becoming worldwide famous just within two years? 🙂
@qyloxe i didn’t understand much of your objections, but they showed you’re knowledgeable enough.
the main idea here is Natural Universal Algebra - the language Leibnitz envisioned which will describe any idea[to a Human] in an accurate, simple, universal way. To ensure that ANY and EVERY idea can be described, we need an accurate, simple, universal description of EVERYTHING - which we find in Aristotle’s Categories(with a minor hack). Coincidentally, the pinnacle of modern math/logic/science - are computers. And they’re built on queries and commands. So… if we find a “language” or a “level of abstraction” common to Man and the Machine - we could do some neat things. And i say, this “language” is questions. Seven of them. Hence, the name - SevenQ.
Regarding ‘expert systems’ - I am familiar with those, and they’re a one end of the scale - we’re currently at the opposite end - of the Artificial INTUITION era. SWAG elevated to the status of genius science. My answer to the problem is this - who is stronger/faster/smarter than Man or Machine? man AND machine. Think Batman with gadgets, IronMan with a suit, Ripley from Aliens with an exoskeleton, human brain with… like … i don’t know… bicycle for the mind??
again, you seem like an intelligent person - thanks for your opinion and i would love to hear your angry rants again :))
No pressure chaps - at least you know we were paying attention! It looked so good in the preview, I cannot wait to see what it looks like. I think the concept of BEX is really interesting for user engagement and cannot wait to dig deeper.
@leon it’s been more than a year… Take the suggestions in that thread, you don’t have to make tons of filter functioned feature qselects, just compose or extend a q-select of your own liking and reuse it multiple times. You can even take an example from docs,name it, save it somewhere and import it when you want a filtering select.