IFN557: Rapid Web Development
Assessment Task 2
Assessment Task 2
|Assessment name:||Final solution|
|Task description:||In this assignment, you will develop a web application implementation of your ecommerce store.|
|Learning outcomes measured:||1. Demonstrate approaches for producing Web application design in support of requirements, at a sufficient level of detail for use in the software development process. (CLO1) 2. Undertake tasks to specify Web forms and databases, using frameworks, which will be used when developing the program code of Web applications. (CLO2) 3. Undertake tasks for developing Web application integrating the components of the Web application that includes forms, controller modules and database. (CLO3)|
|Due:||Week 5 (26 October 2020 by 23.59)|
|Length:||Part 1 the written report would typically only be a few pages in length.|
|Individual/Group:||In a pair or individually (up to you)|
|How will I be assessed:||7-point grading scale using a rubric|
|What you need to do:||Read the Criterion-Referenced Assessment Rubric. Read the assignment objectives, assignment description, late submission penalties, and background. Follow the step-by-step guide of the assignment.
|Presentation requirements:||The code should be presented in a single project folder The YouTube presentation demonstrating your application should be a maximum of 5 minutes long.
|Resources needed to complete task:
||IFN557 Blackboard site QUT Cite|Write APA guide.
|What you need to submit:||
One single zip file (filename: studentid_557_Ass2.pdf) that contains the following items: Part 1 – Your solution, the project directory for your code
Part 2 – Mandatory Declaration Sheet containing a) a link to a YouTube presentation that demonstrates your application and b) provides the details of your team (if working in a pair).
Place Part 2 into the project directory for your code (i.e. Part 1). Zip up this single folder and submit using the submission link made available on Blackboard
|Moderation:||All staff who are assessing your work meet to discuss and compare their judgements before marks or grades are finalised.|
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On completion of this assignment you should have gained skills in the following areas:
- Ability to design a web application using the Model-view-controller (MVC) architecture pattern
- Learn some of the foundations of HTML and CSS and the Bootstrap framework to create responsive websites
- Demonstrate skills at developing a prototype e-commerce web application <- emphasis
In this assignment, you will develop a web application implementation of your ecommerce store that implements the following technologies:
- HTML & Bootstrap CSS
- Flask Templates
- Flask WTForms
- Flask SQLAlchemy
You are free to reuse the code from your previous individual assignment, to make any changes, or to develop the pages again so long as they meet the previous assignment brief. Ideally, you may choose to reuse some of your previous work as it will save you time. Your solution must demonstrate the following:
The following dynamic pages (use SQLite):
- Customer landing page (to search/filter for products and add to a shopping basket)
- Item detail page (to view additional item details)
- Shopping Basket showing appropriate information about the added products and at the minim the ability to view/delete items.
- Checkout page (enter details, order completion)
At minimum a database with 3 tables
You must develop code that is well written with reasonable comments/documentation. Your code must implement HTML, Bootstrap, and Python Flask (with the required modules flask_wtf, email_validator, flask_bootstrap, flask_sqlalchemy
Create a short YouTube presentation demonstrating your system. The metaphor is that this is a video pitch of your website to your client.
- Be succinct (5 minutes is sufficient)
- Introduce the purpose of your ecommerce store
- Demonstrate the functionality of the working site
NB: this presentation is a functional showcase and not a technical description of how things work.
Submit One single zip file (filename: studentid_557_Ass2.pdf). If working in a pair then one person should submit on behalf of the pair. The Zip file should contain:
PART 1: Your Solution
- The Project Directory containing relevant directories, python files, HTML files, any static files your web application uses.
- Include the SQLite database file that you used for testing.
- Please do not include any venv directory (Python virtual environment) of any Python installation. Ensure also that you check that your file size is reasonable before uploading.
PART 2: (placed within the Project Directory i.e. Part 1) This Mandatory Declaration Sheet
- Include a link to a YouTube presentation that demonstrates your application
- The details of your team (if working in a pair) and a short review
Late Submission Penalties
Consistent with QUT commitment to real world learning, managing priorities, competing commitments and time are essential skills for effective learning and professional life. Assessment work submitted after the due date will be marked only with an approved extension (MOPP E/6.8.2). Assessment work submitted after the due date without an approved extension or, where an extension has been granted, after the extended due date, will not be marked and a grade of 1 or 0% will be awarded against the assessment item.
Unit Code | Unit Title Assessment Task 2 Rubric
How each specific ecommerce page will be marked
|Fully functional ecommerce page without errors. All requirements are fully met. A submission of this standard succeeds in the fundamental requirements but also looks convincing to a potential customer. The solution is thorough, comprehensive, robust and well tested.||Mostly fully functional ecommerce page with very minor or no errors. Most requirements are fully met. A submission of this standard succeeds in the fundamental requirements but also looks nearly convincing to a potential customer. The solution is thorough and robust.||Ecommerce page is partly incomplete or has some minor errors present. Most of the requirements have been met and the page is functional with a few errors present (i.e. the site still works and the errors only mildly impair the usage of the solution). The solution is good and relatively convincing to a potential customer.||Ecommerce page is incomplete and has some moderate errors present. Most of the requirements have been met and the page is mostly functional with an acceptable number of errors present (i.e. the site still essentially works and the errors only moderately impair the usage of the solution). The solution is adequate and somewhat convincing to a potential customer.||Key parts of the ecommerce page are missing. Requirements misunderstood or ignored, does not meet requirements. A submission of this standard would not function (or partially function) as a minimal viable solution. There would be presence of serious errors that would impair the solution’s basic operation.|
|Landing Page (to search for products and add to basket)||20–17 marks.||16–15 marks.||14–13 marks.||12–10 marks.||9 or fewer marks.|
Item detail page
||20–17 marks.||16–15 marks.||14–13 marks.||12–10 marks.||9 or fewer marks.|
|Shopping basket (to view/delete items)||20–17 marks.||16–15 marks.||14–13 marks.||12–10 marks.||9 or fewer marks.|
|Checkout page||20–17 marks.||16–15 marks.||14–13 marks.||12–10 marks.||9 or fewer marks.|
How your YouTube presentation will be marked.
|Demonstrates an exemplary ability in introducing the purpose of the ecommerce store and its related concepts. Provides an insightful and comprehensive walkthrough of the ecommerce store, demonstrating the functionality of the site, and emphasising the most highly relevant features. The delivery is professional.
||Demonstrates a very good ability in introducing the purpose of the ecommerce store and its related concepts. Provides a comprehensive walkthrough of the ecommerce store, demonstrating the functionality of the site and emphasising most of the relevant features. The delivery is professional.||Demonstrates a good ability in introducing the purpose of the ecommerce store and its related concepts. Provides a useful walkthrough of the ecommerce store, demonstrating the functionality of the site and emphasising where required. The delivery is professional.||Demonstrates an adequate ability in introducing the purpose of the ecommerce store and its related concepts. Provides a somewhat useful walkthrough of the ecommerce store, demonstrating the functionality of the site, mostly emphasising where required. The delivery is mostly professional.||Introduction lacks adequate structure and ecommerce store and related concepts not adequately explained or contains major omissions or deficiencies. Walkthrough is unhelpful and the delivery is not professional.|
|14/9/20||1.0||First draft. Still subject to change before assignment begins (beginning of week 2).|
|22/9/20||1.1||Minor modifications and corrections to instructions|
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