## Development in pause and presentation of Augabis

Platine projects’ purpose is not just to make an application et voilà: another facet of the discipline is to learn to communicate about it (that’s why we have to create a blog). In this purpose we have to make a video and a poster to present our project. The latter are ready, but will not be revealed for now. 😛

Our presentation of Augabis is set on 8th February, so we have decided to stop its development for now, in order to preserve its stability. After this date, Augabis’ source code will be opened and its development will start again!

## We have a new logo!

Today, Solène, a student of ESAAT who visited us in November, has created a brand new logo for Augabis. After having chosen a font (Roboto from Google), she has made a really nice draw of what will from now be our logo:

This logo is much rounder than the first: it follows the idea to make a less aggressive design we started to embrace in November. The horizontal lines represent the tasks you write in Augabis, represented by the circle which encompasses them.

We would like to thank Solène $10^{10^{10}}$ (yep, a Googolplex) times for her really precious help! Feel free to tell us what you think about it 🙂

## Progression of Augabis

Last week we have changed several design issues, which could enable our web app to be more and comfortable to use.

This week’s topic is the assignment of the works. It means that we separated different parts of development, and each of us chose certain part to carry on. Our major developments are list of the notes, the details of the notes, login/signout session and the toolbar at the top of the page.

Unfortunately, we are not that familiar with the framework symfony. It pretty cost time to master the symfony, especially the configuration of the environment. Moreover, the course has not yet discussed the usage of “Model”, so we have no concrete idea of how to implement it yet. Therefore, the parts mentioned above are programmed without the implementation of the database.

Last but not least, we have reviewed the points with the coach (link) since last meeting. Cédric thought that it’s really convinient to use the framework in order to avoid duplicated works and focus on the logic of the application. He has also given us many valuable suggestions about the management of the project which enlighten our insights.

So that’s all for this week. Thanks for your reading. See you next week :).

## Our graphical interface

Hi there,

This week we’ve finished design our graphical interface!

Unfortunately, since last week I was not able to work with my partner, then we have decided to work separately and integrate our works together after reaching an agreement. My partner is responsible for making this set of figures in the following section by using Pencil.

Figure 1 The main page

Figure 2 The main page in another layout

As you can see here, the main page consists of a side bar on the left-hand side and the notes on the right-hand side, where we provide the users to apply many different layouts. To make things simple and to reach ergonomics’ goal, we’ve fixed the bar on top of the page. Once the users move their mouse to “Hi Jérôme”, a menu will spontaneously appear (see Figure 1), which enable them easily check their personal profiles and customize the settings. The users also can click the “List1, List2, List3” on the left-hand side to change the list of the presented notes, and meanwhile, the right-hand side will be correspondingly changed. If you forget where the note is, you can click the search bar and type any keywords that you remember no matter what the title, the contents or the tags are.

Figure 3 Details of the notes.

Clicking on a note will allow the user to review its concrete details, especially its content, tags, sub-notes and reminders. Each part of them can be adjusted by the user as they want.

Figure 4 the example of reminder