Lisilogic is primarily concieved to develop web applications that implement workflows. Examples:
"Suggestion box" of a Bank: the employees send in suggestions, these are evaluated independantly by several managers, eventually someone gets missioned to examine the feasability with the author of the suggestion. If the suggestion is accepted, the competent department receives the order to implement it, and the author gets a bonus.
Artist workshop open day: the artists of a city apply and send in specified informations (CV, presentation of their art, images, ...), curators evaluate the applications and choose a certain number of artists, guided tours and events are organized and offered to the public on a website. Application and participation fees are collected, the treasurer of the organizing association must mark which artists have paid. Sponsors are found and mentioned on the website. Visitors of the website can leave comments and register themselves for a newsletter.
European funds get applied for, the applications are examined and eventually accepted, reports must be made on the usage of the funds; if formation projects receive subventions, the participants must be registered and tracked, ...
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Lisilogic is not primarily intended for applications with important design needs. Aim is sober ergonomics and consistency.
It is a research part of the project to invent how to describe the look of a web application without cryptic code.
The first intended domain of utilization are office applications and applications at the boundary between publication and management. For this reason, no specific translation is planned towards smartphones and tablets (these already support very well web applications with sober ergonomics). This strategical decision may change in the future.