Interactive Product Tour (DriverJS)

by Yonder Nederland B.V.
First Release on 
12 May 2021
Latest Release on 
12 May 2021
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First Release on 
12 May 2021
Latest Release on 
12 May 2021
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Interactive Product Tour (DriverJS)

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Most users prefer to learn how to work with new products and features themselves. The easier it is, the more they will use it. With interactive guided tours, you improve new feature adoption, the level of self-service and enhance user experience.
Key benefits
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  • Self-service: interactive learning at your own pace. 
  • Highly customizable: configure the look and feel to match your brand and solution.
  • Cost reduction: spend less time on training new users and explaining new features.
  • Time efficiency: on-demand while interacting with the product. 



Problems Addressed / Key Features
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  • Onboarding new users
  • Improve new feature adoption
  • Introducing new products
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About the library used behind: Driver.JS

Powerful, highly customizable vanilla JavaScript engine to drive the user's focus across the page.

No external dependencies, supports all major browsers and highly customizable.

  • Simple: is simple to use and has no external dependency at all

  • Highly customizable: has a powerful API and can be used however you want

  • Highlight anything: highlight any (literally any) element on page

  • Feature introductions: create powerful feature introductions for your web applications

  • Focus shifters: add focus shifters for users

  • User friendly: Everything is controllable by keyboard

  • Consistent behavior: usable across all browsers (including in-famous IE)

  • MIT Licensed: free for personal and commercial use


So, yet another tour library?

No, it is not. Tours are just one of the many use-cases. Driver.js can be used wherever you need some sort of overlay for the page; some common use cases could be: e.g. dimming the background when user is interacting with some component i.e. the way Facebook does when you try to create a post, using it as a focus shifter to bring user's attention to some component on page, or using it to simulate those "Turn off the Lights" widgets that you might have seen on video players online, etc.


Reference: https://kamranahmed.info/driver.js/

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