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Data collection before building an application


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Hi, I'm trying to make the life of my IT expert easier by collecting and organising the data before asking him to build the application. I have build a - rather confusing because large - mind map. Therefor, in addition, I tried to make a wire-framing in power point. 

Now how does the expert collect his information before building his customers application? Which are your programs, schemes? WHAT data is necessary for you?

Please help!

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In order to be able to successfully achieve the goal of your application, below is a simple project outline to help you plan your application. 

1. Define what is the goal of your application 

-It is recommended to Scope these key areas to scope prior to beginning: 

• What users and roles will be needed to access this application. 
• What type of interfaces (forms or reports) will be needed for each users.
• What are the records and information each users can access 

 

2. Determine how are you going to start your App in Caspio Bridge 

a. Start by importing data – Use if you have data to use as basis for new application. 
b. Start with blank app to create an app from scratch. 

Note: During your development phase, these areas will likely change as you refine the project. Initial planning allows you to organize your thoughts and plan the development. 

Also, I would like to provide you the following video tutorials to help you get started in the platform. 

  

As we all know, The first step in creating a web-based application is to build a normalized table. I just like to make sure that the tables are well-architected accordingly to the needs of your application. You can click the link below to view the presentation  

  1. Introduction to Table and Table Design  

  2. Data Normalization: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oexOYUUyQik   

  3. One-to-Many Relationships: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IstAk982ntA  

  4. Many-to-Many Relationships: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D8u6Lb2BKU  

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