- Frontend bulk-update of data (which isn’t natively supported), by adding checkboxes and bulk update forms to some pages.
- “Sticky Filters” – filters to data applied on a page are passed to the next page to increase user efficiency
- Disabling form input fields if data is present, to effectively make existing data “read only”.
WQA wanted to maintain control of their app themselves, so we ensured that the code we wrote was easy to read and understand by someone with little coding knowledge, enabling WQA staff to easily apply / unapply the code to different parts of the app without needing Callum’s help. The code we wrote is also scalable and modular, so it can easily be applied to future parts of their app, with a very small amount of extra development time.