We are going to add a feature to DHIS2 so that a user can add location to patients, diseases etc. The app should then be able to fetch the location, and display it on a map. The user can either type the wanted coordinates, or use the built-in GPS.
- André Kramer Orten | email@example.com
- Eivind Wikheim | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rune A. Magnussen | email@example.com
- Kenneth Klette Jonassen | firstname.lastname@example.org
We will contribute code to a public github repository: https://github.com/eivinwi/KramersGeo
Milestones are preliminary and subject to change.
Milestone 1 – 01.11.2013
- Explored the scope/extent of our project.
- Target audience
- Specific use-cases
- Explored how the current DHIS2 web app solves (or does not solve) these use-cases today.
- Usability analysis
- Explored initial low-fidelity prototyping of user interface (sketches)
- Explored functionality in the DHIS2 Web API
Milestone 2 – 15.11.2013
- High-fidelity prototype of the web app (should represent/imitate the final result)
- High-fidelity prototype of the mobile app
Milestone 3 – 30.11.2013
- Functional web app
Milestone 4 – 08.12.2013
- Fully-functional app