Commutee is coming along pretty slow, but it is moving forward! This time I have focused on reading real data.
A miracle has occurred! I implemented few things for Commutee and that is great! 🙂
Last time I wrote about the general design of the Ports and Adapters architecture. I have also described how I plan to use this approach in the Commutee app with the focus on the primary ports, that is the entry points to the application. This time I’ll focus on the secondary ports, the ports that domain
Another week has come to a pass and unfortunately, I did not manage to work on a project at all – again. But I have some ideas that may push the progress a bit forward. As I have been on conference week ago I heard some new buzzwords, saw few interesting technologies and architecture patterns
Another week came to pass and I have managed to do some work on my project. Unfortunately I didn’t work on it as much as I would like to, but nonetheless, I have finished writing the parser for timetables and routes data. And that counts as a success.
It’s one week into a competition and I already have a delay 🙁 I have planned to have the parsing of timetables done by now, but unfortunately I didn’t manage to get as much free time for this as I would like. Also, I had to make some refactorings, as my initial design had flaws.
When you want to create an application, first, you have to know what this app will do. That’s a pretty important thing to know. You may know technology, know how to use it, how the user interface will look like, how data will be stored, but if you don’t know what this app have to do,
I did not manage to get an idea for another, third, project, so I have to choose from those two that I described before. The choice wasn’t easy because both of these projects would be fun to do. Some of you advised me already on which one of these two do, even though I’m sure that