PoP comes built-in with plenty of social networking features, and will soon have marketplace capabilities.

PoP implements functionalities to build a full-fledged social network

Application/UX features






		

		

Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are web applications that use the latest web technologies. They are regular websites, but they appear to the user like mobile applications, combining features offered by most modern browser with the benefits of the mobile experience, such as being installed on the user’s mobile home screen and offering fullscreen browsing.

Progressive Web Apps are:

  • Reliable – Load instantly, even in uncertain network conditions or being offline.
  • Fast – Respond quickly to user interactions with silky smooth animations and no janky scrolling.
  • Engaging – Feel like a natural app on the device, with an immersive user experience.

Being a PWA, PoP websites are cheap to implement: since the website is an app itself, there is no need to implement the corresponding Android/iOS app.

Multiple views to display content

Such as a list or grid of items, full view into each, or you can create your own custom views.

Leonardo Losoviz

Founder of PoP

Buenos Aires

Jun-E Tan

Running around with a hammer

Kuala Lumpur

PoP

Break the information monopoly

All Locations Big Ben | Camp Nou | Coloseo Romano
Buenos Aires

Leonardo Losoviz

Founder of PoP

I'm the founder of the PoP framework. I've been working in this project since April 2013, when developing the website for MESYM (https://www.mesym.com), an environmental NGO in Malaysia which I co-founded. Later on, I've used the software to launch other projects, namely TPP Debate (https://tppdebat... Read more

Kuala Lumpur

Jun-E Tan

Running around with a hammer

I am a freelance researcher on issues related to sustainable development. I write, I talk to people, I try to make as big a difference as I can. I've been running MESYM.com since 2013, an online platform for environmental issues in Malaysia. My motivation for working on MESYM.com is to amplify all t... Read more

All Locations Big Ben | Camp Nou | Coloseo Romano

PoP

Break the information monopoly

the PoP framework is open source software which aims to decentralize the content flow and break the information monopoly from large internet corporations.

Leonardo Losoviz

Jun-E Tan

PoP

Plugins can easily integrate with PoP to add their own views. Eg: the map below is done by integrating with Events Manager.
Scroll right to load more results

Leonardo Losoviz

Founder of PoP

Buenos Aires

Jun-E Tan

Running around with a hammer

Kuala Lumpur

Miguel Angel

Helping to demonstrate PoP

Eiffel Tower

John Swimmer

Helping to demonstrate PoP

Aconcagua

Pedro Selva

Helping to demonstrate PoP

Amazonas

José Sen

Helping to demonstrate PoP

Red Fort

Mónica Ling

Helping to demonstrate PoP

CCTV Building

Marta Qian

Helping to demonstrate PoP

Great Wall

Roberto Bebé

Helping to demonstrate PoP

Disneyland Hong Kong

Manuel Shimano

Helping to demonstrate PoP

Botanical Garden

Rodrigo Baboon

Helping to demonstrate PoP

City Palace

Colorado Márquez

Helping to demonstrate PoP

Central Park

PoP

Break the information monopoly

All Locations Big Ben | Camp Nou | Coloseo Romano

Multiple presentation styles

PoP themes have different “modes” or presentation styles, used for displaying printing or embeddable versions of the website, alternative layout designs, etc.

Targets

The same page can be open in different sections on the page, such as sidebars, floating windows, modal windows, or your own creations.

Open “PoP Blog”...

Tabbed browsing

Similar to a browser, the website keeps all pages open, showing tabs to switch among all of them.
Users can post content directly from the front-end. In addition to creating posts and custom-type posts (eg: events), users can also submit external URL links, which will be embedded directly from their source.

Content features

Multimedia: add images, image galleries, Youtube videos, tweets, and other embeds.

#Hashtags: categorize the content by adding hashtagged words in it; each hashtag has its own permalink, under which is shows all content tagged with it.

@Mentions: the user writing content can @mention any other user inside the post, and this person will receive a notification.
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To embed a video or another object, simply place its URL into the content area. Make sure the URL is on its own line and not hyperlinked. For example:

Check out this cool video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxm3Xyutc1s

That is a lovely tango!

You can embed URLs from all these services:

Flickr, Instagram, Reddit, SlideShare, SoundCloud, Spotify, Twitter, Vimeo, Vine, YouTube, and others.

Inter-linking: the post can be related to any number of already existing posts, giving a proper context to the post created.

Co-authoring: the post can have any number of co-authors, which will be also given rights to edit the post.
Custom metadata: plugins can add their own metaboxes. Eg: the event post type, from Events Manager, can add fields for date/location.

Content moderation

Content posted by the users can be published immediately, or await for admin’s approval for publishing. In case the post is published immediately, a “Flag inappropriate content” mechanism is in place for the community to moderate the content.

Content updates

After posting new content, all users concurrently browsing the website (either logged in or not) will see a pop-up notifying them of the update.
View 1 new post
Scrolling down displays a never-ending stream of fully-loaded, yet partially-minimized, content items.

Subscribe to topics

Users can subscribe to #hashtags, and receive notifications whenever new content is tagged with them.

Follow users

Users can follow other users, and receive notifications whenever there is any new activity associated to them.
Buenos Aires

Leonardo Losoviz

Founder of PoP

I'm the founder of the PoP framework. I've been working in this project since April 2013, when developing the website for MESYM (https://www.mesym.com), an environmental NGO in Malaysia which I co-founded. Later on, I've used the software to launch other projects, namely TPP Debate (https://tppdebat... Read more

Recommend posts, extract and up/down-vote highlights

Users can recommend posts, extract highlights from them, and up/down-vote these highlights.
API Data: exporting all data in the website to be consumed by others
Blog

API Data: exporting all data in the website to be consumed by others

It is now possible to export all data in the website, through the addition of the share button “API Data”. This way, your PoP website truly becomes a platform, from where 3rd party developers can, through the public API, consume your information and show it on their own websites, interact with mobil… Read more

Users receive real-time notifications concerning any activity related to them and their network (i.e. their followed users + those users who are members of the same communities), such as:

  • a followed user posts new content
  • a subscribed topic receives a new post
  • a recommended post gets a new comment
  • the user has a new follower
  • etc

Notifications

These are the general notifications. Please log in to see your personal notifications.
PoP allows the creation of user roles, for granting special powers to the users, on a user-by-user basis. For instance, members may be given access to premium, behind-a-paywall sections.
The user below has been granted role “Community”, for which this user can accept members in the website.
All Locations Big Ben | Camp Nou | Coloseo Romano

PoP

Break the information monopoly

the PoP framework is open source software which aims to decentralize the content flow and break the information monopoly from large internet corporations.

Filters

PoP allows the creation of highly customized filters, for all type of content (posts, users, comments, tags).

PoP

Welcome to the PoP framework!
Break the information monopoly

the PoP framework is open source software which aims to decentralize the content flow and break the information monopoly from large internet corporations. Read more.


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