An Android Mobile Application Prototype Developed For Falafel
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Like most small restaurants and takeaways, Falafel Wales still relies on the traditional “pen and paper” approach of collecting food orders from their customers. This approach has proved to be bothersome and can cause several complications in a rapidly dynamic environment. In order to improve their order collection system, the business is looking to move to a paperless method. Therefore, the aim of this project is to construct a prototype android application system that is designed to replace the paper-based order collection system. The method employed to construct the system is the Rapid Application Development (RAD) model. This particular methodology makes good use of iterative prototyping, which is a process built upon an iterative feedback loop. This aids the development process immensely and is considered a vital part of the RAD life cycle as it constantly takes into consideration the client’s feedback input in regards to further enhancements of the product. Two prototypes (V1.0 and V2.0) have been constructed in an attempt to meet the requirements set out by the client. Prototype V2.0 has successfully managed to implement features such as the creation of a login system, integration of the restaurant’s eat-in menu, as well as the addition of a bill statement at the end of each order segment. In conclusion, prototype V2.0 consisted of the main base functionalities required of an order collection system as well as other extra enhancements proposed by the client. The product still remains a prototype.
BSc Hons Software Engineering
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