We came a long way… Hello everyone and welcome to our final Finals blog entry. Just a few words:We are all very happy about how this course went. We learned a lot and spent a lot of time developing and documenting our project. It is nice to see how it all went out 🙂 We […]
Hello 🙂 Today we show you how to install our Clairvoyance application. For this cause we wrote an installation guide in our README.md file. If you want to try it out by yourself, just follow the guide! See you in the next one! Bye 🙂
Hello everyone, in this week, we had to refactor an example project to practice avoiding code smells and overall programming. In this special case every single of our project members had to do the task on his own. This ensures that even some of the lesser experienced team members get some practice and better code […]
Hello again! We are back on track with our Software Engineering project and want to share our plans and goals with you for this semester. First of all, we added another five use cases for our scope until 2nd of July.We created the activity diagrams and the mockups for planning and getting an idea how […]
So finally the midterms arrived! In this post, we want to summarize all the things we did so far and present you a nice overview about our project. You can find any useful information in this blogpost, links to all ressources and all posts. Happy holidays! Clairvoyance team Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/sasep-clairvoyance YouTrack: Agile board: https://youtrack.gahr.dev/agiles/102-17 Time […]
This week was quite busy. We had to complete our use case diagrams with 3 use cases we hadn’t implemented so far, but which are required until December. You can find all of our use cases in our documents git here: https://gitlab.com/sasep-clairvoyance/sasep-documents/tree/master/use-case-diagrams After that, we designed our first database scheme. We wanted to create basic […]
This week we created our base software requirement specifications (SRS). It was quite a challenge to accomplish. First, we had to think about specific components and detailed features. Second, it was our first SRS. With the help of the explanations provided in the Word document, we managed to fill in all the different parts. It […]
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