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== Screenshots ==
== Screenshots ==
=== First draft ===
<b>Import page</b><br>
[[File:importer.png | 250px]]
[[File:importer.png | 250px]]
Being inspired by the mock-up we chose to keep some of the functionality, but keeping it all on one page.
[[File:datasetview.png | 250px]]
[[File:datasetview.png | 250px]]
=== Second draft ===
=== Final ===
== Documented learning ==
== Documented learning ==

Revision as of 14:32, 20 November 2016

Group members

  • axelhha
  • magnuwo
  • mortewl

Project details

We chose task D: importing, matching and visualizing.

In this project we will make a client side application for:

  • Fetch datasets from the Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) external API.
  • Match data from the datasets with the data in DHIS2 and add the data if it does not already exist.
  • Visualize the datasets that have been imported.


Technologies being used will be:

  • React
  • HTML5
  • CSS
  • JavaScript


Milestone 1 - 27.10.2016

First group meeting

  • Decide upon architecture and how the app should behave.
  • Play around with DHIS2.
  • Start reading DHIS2 documentation.

Milestone 2 - 02.11.2016

Second group meeting

  • Propose GUI
  • Divide tasks
  • First app draft

Milestone 3 - 21.11.2016

Import API finished
The API being used to import the data from DHS to DHIS2 must be fully functional.

Milestone 4 - 23.11.2016

Last feature implemented
No more features will be added after this milestone.

Milestone 5 - 25.11.2016

App finished
The app should be completely finished.

Milestone 6 - 27.11.2016

Final delivery

Time schedule

No specific times to work on, only a mandatory meeting each Thursday where we show what we have done since last meeting and also discuss and delegate tasks. If a member finishes a task early, they get a new task assigned.

Day Time
Thursday 14:00-16:00

Dividing tasks within group

Present a proposal for GUI and local API to support the GUI.


First draft

Import page
Being inspired by the mock-up we chose to keep some of the functionality, but keeping it all on one page.


Second draft


Documented learning

Suggested improvements



Sample app