Welcome to the August 2023 edition of the Frame Newsletter! Read on to learn more about:
In the first part of this blog series, we introduced Frame's new Application Mode, "App Mode 2.0," highlighting its dynamic nature and the possibility of customizing user interfaces for individual remote applications. We walked through Launchpads, defined their purpose, and elaborated on the key differences between them and Application Mode. We also provided an overview of some of the main features of App Mode 2.0 including customization of the Frame taskbar and Start menu.
In this follow-up post, we will delve deeper into the customization process, demonstrating how you can override the default layout and applications list for the Frame taskbar and how you can utilize this feature to significantly enhance end-user experiences.
Frame DaaS provides an array of features and tools to give customers flexibility around customizing end-user experiences. Providing a user interface (UI) for individual remote applications in a controlled manner is essential for many organizations' workflows. Leveraging this approach eliminates the excessive and unnecessary UI/UX elements of a full operating system, which is why Frame provides customers with two distinct “modes” for how an end-user interacts with their remote Windows applications: Desktop Mode, and Application Mode.
In this blog post, we will focus on the newly improved Application Mode feature and how you can customize the user interface while making the experience as tailored and dynamic as possible. This two-part series starts with a brief introduction (this post) and then moves on to a more technical example of how to customize the end-user experience dynamically (part two).