Wednesday, August 13th, 2008

Tripeedo: Command line for travel

Category: Prototype, Showcase

Tripeedo is a new little site that uses Prototype to power a command line for travel. You just type in where you want to go and when, and it will launch you into a search. I really enjoy the command line interfaces, and much prefer them to the long forms that travel sites put up for you. The calendar components normally always suck.

Tripeedo is a showcase of the wundrbar that has been customized for the world of travel.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 4:59 am
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hey, thanks for the write-up! we’re really excited to have people try out Tripeedo and let us know what they think. we agree that the interfaces for most travel sites are pretty painful — those little calendars, drop down lists, check boxes… it all hasn’t changed in the past 10 years, and we felt it was time for some innovation. We’re going to keep improving Tripeedo and adding new features, so if you all have any suggestions/requests, let us know. thanks!

Comment by andrewdd — August 13, 2008

@andrewdd – I just tried it out. Great work on this, I think it’s a big usability improvement over other search methods.

Comment by WillPeavy — August 14, 2008

thanks will!

Comment by andrewdd — August 26, 2008

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