I am looking a dashboard to monitor multiple online stores at the same time. The idea is to have the server create a snapshot of web activities and save it to a file (probably xml format) on a regular basis. That file would then be fed to the dashboard The reason I want to use an xml file is that I am expecting that in a near future that same information will be available on a variety of platforms. Therefore I want to keep the structure (and content) simple. The flexibility and presentation of the front end is more important at this point: - I would like the stores to be represented on my screens as containers (folders for example). - I need at least 2 views: Alphabetical List and desktop (meaning you have a list containers and you move them around your desktop or minimize them) - in desktop mode, containers should have at lest 3 states: Minimized (small icons at the bottome of the screen), Closed (with just name and one data apparent... e.g. is the store open or closed), Open (all available is being displayed about that store). Note, more than one container should be able to occupy the screen in any mode. For now I only need 2 data types: - type: On/off. That will be used to track states like "is store open or close). Visually, there would be an icon that represent On and other one represent off (i.e. a switch) - type: Comparative. That would used Tracking whether there data fed is Higher than normal, about normal, below than normal. I open to suggestions and also the use of third party software, as long as it is php and mysql on the back end. I strongly suggest you provide some way to evaluate your familiarity with that type of application: links, screen shots etc...
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