For the past few weeks, our team has focused on developing several main features of the product which we thought will be useful, such as automatically grouping students with people who might share same attributes (same home university / exchange university / ...) enable user to create and join events share their stories (blogs) with others -- … Continue reading Weak 12: what is unique about your product?
Process The major process we had this week is that by end of Sunday, our website is finally deployed online!:D You can take a look and connect with others via: https://app.exchangebuddy.com At the beginning of this week, the group decided to take a break from coding for ExchangeBuddy as we have been constantly pushing new features … Continue reading Week 11 : Deploy!
Project Progress This week, our group is trying very hard to migrate all the code to the new tech stack. However, we still failed to push the website online by the end of last week (which was the original plan). orz Another mishap I've made which results in Eugene's current exchangebuddy.com to be down for more … Continue reading Week 9: More development
Project Progress After the group meeting on Monday, our team has come up with a simple schedule where the aim for the past week is to redesign the database schema and settle all basic APIs logic (necessary CRUD) for the back-end. And the aim for this week is to push the new version of the website (which is … Continue reading Week 8 : Hack on Hacks
The final project our group is going to implement is ExchangeBuddy originally developed by another development team from Assignment1. Before I enrolled into the team and inspect the source code, I though this project is not going to be hard, because the existing prototype has a reasonably well UI and all the core functionalities are … Continue reading Week 7: Maintainable Code?
With the end of recess week, the third assignment for CS3216 has also met its deadline. In the third assignment, we are asked to develop a Progressive Web Application (PWA). I've heard news on how PWA will gradually replace native apps in recent years with the rise of HTML5, however, after this assignment, I feel it still … Continue reading Recess Week : Catching up with reality
Since we only finalised the idea for assignment 2 late last week and most of the teammates plan to have a short break during the recess, we have spend most of the week pushing the prototyping process. I really love current team, where JiangSheng is both our architecture and back-end developer, JunKe is our awesome … Continue reading Week 6 : Prototyping
As this is the first week of Assignment 3, our group starts off by brainstorming on ideas. There are two different approaches across our team, one is trying to generate an idea that can be implemented to satisfy the assignment's requirements (milestones), while the other one is trying to solve some real world issues around … Continue reading Week 5 : Does Idea matters?
This week is quite heavy for me as assignments from all other modules have their deadlines in this week. Meanwhile, 3216 has its first Assignment due on Friday. Our group have spent most of the week rushing trying to refactor our code structure (we just started migrating everything to Angular when the week starts) and … Continue reading Week4 : 15%+ down
Although none of my friends actually use Telegram, it doesn't stop Telegram becoming one of the most famous messaging applications nowadays. Let me start with some interesting points shared by Group 6: Telegram's founder, Pavel Durov, believes in the importance of security, which drives him to use End-2-End encryption for secure chatting. Since general public do … Continue reading Application Critique : Telegram