APV Course

Course information

The aim of the course is to teach students basic categories of application software. Emphasis is given on the development of web applications and database applications (relational database systems). Official course information

Requirements

To pass the course you have to:

The grade from the final exam and the project evaluation make up for the final course grade.

Course outline

APVA Class

Project Assignment

To pass the course you need to create a project. The project assignment is described below:

Create a web application for recording persons and contacts. The main goal of the application is to record persons (friend, acquaintances), their addresses, relationships and meetings. Each person can have a name, nickname, age, location and contacts. Each person can have any number of contacts (mobile, Skype, Jabber, ….). A person can have more contacts of the same type (e.g. two emails). Each person can have any number of relationships with other persons in the database. Each relationship should be of a type (friend, fiend, acquaintance, spouse, …) and description. The contact and relationship types are recorded in the database and can be modified by the end-user. The application also records meetings between persons. Each meeting can be joined by any number of persons. Each meeting should have a place and date. The application must allow user friendly entering and modifying the data. Take advantage of the proposed schema, create a database and implement the entire application.

The assignment is intentionally very loosely defined. It is up to you to come up with the application design, functionality and user interface. It is not an easy task, so I have designed a database schema for you.

Database Schema

The database schema defines what kind of data your application should store. You can change it if you want to do so, but please do so only after you understand the database design process.