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Title: Timetable planning and scheduling system
Authors: Ann, Alvin De Sheng
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Software::Software engineering
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: In this report, a details design process and implementation of the project, Timetable Planning and Scheduling (TPS) System will be discussed. The TPS system is a web-based application that is used to schedule courses that is offered by the School of Computer Engineering (SCE). The TPS system should be simple to use, user friendly, so that it will enable the staff to schedule courses easily. Research were conducted to decide on the technologies that would be used to develop the system. After much analysis and consideration, the technologies choose were Ruby on Rails, SQLite3, JavaScript, jQuery, jQuery UI, and Bootstrap3. Each technology that was chosen was the latest version at the point of development. The system was implemented to demo how easy it could to schedule timetable using a drag and drop function. Users are able to select the courses that they wish to, and schedule the courses by dragging and dropping into the calendar. The record would then be save into the database that is created. The courses that are scheduled can be change by just clicking and dragging it to another slot of the calendar. Although the TPS system was developed using the latest technology, it is recommended to check for software updates every now and then. This will help to prevent facing bug issue and security risk. Future development of developing TPS system into a mobile application can be considered in the future.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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