Leawood, KS, March 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Keyhole Software team has released a new feature on the GrokOla software platform – MockOla.
MockOla is a rapid wireframing tool that allows users to easily create user interface mockups. Users lay out simple user interfaces configurations for web, tablet, and mobile application using a drag-and-drop element editor.
Then, with GrokOla’s collaborative nature, your team is able to quickly access the wireframe and give meaningful comment feedback – then the wireframe can be easily updated based on discussion, ideas, and suggestions.
The key to MockOla is the simplicity of use, lending itself to quick mockup creation, sharing, feedback, and movement to the next iteration.
Just Another Great Feature of GrokOla
MockOla joins the software platform GrokOla. GrokOla is a web-based tool for development teams that supports ‘Tribal Knowledge’ transfer and retention through a Q&A-driven wiki software platform. As its web-based users can create and share mockups and wiki content with their team from anywhere.
MockOla is being rolled-out to all current GrokOla users. GrokOla was developed by Keyhole Labs, a division of Keyhole Software. GrokOla is available free of charge to all current Keyhole Software enterprise clients, and to other development teams for $199 per month.
Code-Sensitive Wiki – GrokOla provides a centralized wiki for the “Tribal Knowledge” needed by your team. Code solutions are documented using simple markdown syntax and language-sensitive editors.
MockOla – Users develop wireframe mockups of application user interfaces using a drag-and-drop component editor.
Ask Questions to Experts – Users ask detailed development questions to Keyhole Software Sr. Consultants and subject matter experts (GrokStars) and receive an answer in less than 24 hours.