Team Orion has now designed and implemented a prototype of Leapin.it. This post will conclude the project by describing the process we have been through, followed by the future possibilities of LeapIn.it. Overview LeapIn.it was not one of our original ideas – it formed from the development of an idea on gaming, and a focus on virtual worlds within gaming…. Read more →
Throughout implementing the prototypes, we’ve employed a number of testing methodologies to ensure that the product is of a high quality. In this post, we’ll discuss four methodologies we have used: regression testing, code modularity, code quality checking and code metric monitoring. Regression testing After each significant change was made to the code, the prototype would be compiled into an… Read more →
As we are in the later stages of development, we’ve had to make a few changes to the time plan. We have allocated more time to the development and evaluation of prototypes. The revised Gantt Chart is shown below.
In planning how we would implement a LeapIn.it prototype, we agree that we should use similar development environments to prevent any mistakes or unforeseen incompatibilities. We agreed that we would use the following tools: Git – allows us to collaborate and manage versions of code GitHub – a website where Git repositories can be stored centrally. This ensures our code is… Read more →
The purpose of this post is to list the basic functions of the system that will be considered later in the design and implementation stage. These requirements are listed below: Req.1 The system must allow the user to scan QR codes and Barcodes. Req.2 The system must decode the scanned QR codes and Barcodes to references. Req.3 The system must… Read more →
The minutes for meetings during the planning stage are available to download below: General Meeting – 13thFeb14 General Meeting – 20thFeb14 Core Meeting – 3rdMar14 General Meeting – 6thMar14 Core Meeting – 10thMar14 General Meeting – 13thMar14
This post will outline the planned schedule for the project. Using a Gantt chart, we have planned when particular parts of the project should begin and be completed by. The Gantt chart is shown below. We will post an update on progress, which will include a revised Gantt chart, at a later date.
Hello everyone! We are Team Orion, and very soon we’ll be bringing you an awesome new social network! In no particular order, here are our team members: Noura N Alomar Software Engineering MSc Steed Crazyq Web Technology MSc Peter West Web Science MSc And to keep us on track, we will have four members of the Web Science DTC dedicating… Read more →