Archive for June, 2012


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One of our mentors “Ninad Chilap” with the Aakash tablet.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/higher-education/india-upgrades-worlds-cheapest-tablet/story-e6frgcjx-1226409903586

“In coming years, Aakash is likely to become a ubiquitous tool in the hands of students, at all levels of their education,” said Professor Deepak Phatak, heading up the project, in a release from IIT Bombay.

Busy with the final brush up off with the project. Project reports, presentations, etc. Ninad sir mailed the outline for the project report. Software engineering subject is really useful.

This is the outline:

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Contents

1 Introduction

  1. Background

  2. Design goals

2 Project Plan

2.1 Title and Scope of project

2.2 Client Detail

2.3 Resource requirement

2.3.1 H/W requirement

2.3.2 S/W requirement

2.4 Model used (iterative Model) *refer link for below model and put some diagram
http://www.onestoptesting.com/sdlc-models/iterative-model.asp

3 Designs and Implementation

3.1 High Level Design Document
3.1.1 ER Diagram

3.1.2 Use Case Diagram

3.1.3 Class Diagram

3.1.4 Sequence Diagram

3.1.5 Data flow Diagram

3.2 Low Level Design Document

3.2.1 Algorithms and flowchart

3.2.2 Interface design

3.2.3 Coding Modules

4. Test Plan

4.1 Black Box Testing

4.2 White Box Testing

4.3 Unit testing

4.4 Integration Testing

5. Screen Design

6. Summary and Conclusion

6.1 Summary

6.2 Further Enhancements

6.2.1 Virtualizing clusters of servers running Red5

6.2.2 Encoding Audio/Video Streams

6.2.3 Enhancing the classroom environment

6.2.4 Enhancing the already implemented modules

6.3 References and Bibliography

6.4 Conclusion 

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I got an online site for preparing the requisites such as use case diagrams and data flow diagrams:

http://www.gliffy.com/gliffy/#

Hope to complete all the work till sunday.

Ctrl+Shift+X -  Toggle between  showing  all  terminals  and  only  showing  the current 
 one.
 Ctrl+Shift+O - Split terminals Horizontally.

 Ctrl+Shift+E - Split terminals Vertically.

 Ctrl+Shift+Right - Move parent dragbar Right.

 Ctrl+Shift+Left - Move parent dragbar Left.
  Ctrl+Shift+UpMove parent dragbar Up.
 
  Ctrl+Shift+Down Move parent dragbar Down.
 Ctrl+Shift+W - Close the current terminal.

 Ctrl+Shift+T -   Open new tab

 Ctrl+Plus (+) -  Increase  font  size. Note: this may require you
 to press shift, depending on your keyboard
 Ctrl+Minus (-) - Decrease font size. Note: this may require you to  press  shift, 
 depending   on your  keyboard
 Ctrl+Zero (0) - Restore font size to original setting.

visit link:  http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-18581885?ref=nf

visit link:    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-18580131

Upgraded Aakash

visit link:  http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/news/hardware/Aakash-II-tablet-launching-soon/articleshow/14404643.cms

COoooOL it is.. !!!!! I dont know whats going up in the mind of all the mentors, changing something, then this not required, more memory u know.. 😉 then up all again do this way… 😀 But seriously, at the end when something’s done… it feels awsum… 🙂 Its all open source, no copyright of our code..

Anyone can make changes if they want, you can download the code from my git repo.

All these days went fine, couple of workshops, some fun, some work, to say.. not that bad..!!! The synchronisation was already successful with the presentation and the video, we tested it in android. Now that searching of video from folders was also over, we just had to make few changes in the approach, but bringing the whole thing up and then interconnection was eating up the whole time. Though i could spare some time now.

Aakash tablet blows up my nerves sometimes, its too frustrating. My sincere advice: Don’t think of purchasing it!!!!