Inventory management portal | Client Case Studies

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Inventory management portal

An platform which not only provides the opportunity for sellers to sell and manage their products globally but also allow consumers to compare the goods for price and quality and make an informed choice when they buy online, needs to be developed.Apart from common features which an e-commerce platform holds this platform emphasis importance over consumers’ satisfaction by providing them a features to generate order request with self desired quality.

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Technologies Used

  • Android
  • Angular
  • Ionic
  • IOS
  • MONGODB
  • Nodejs

Key Challenges

  • There was some issue with the gradle while setting up the ionic.
  • Then testing out the app on native mobile, sometimes the issue won’t reflect on the web app but they did on the mobile version of the app.
  • Usage of native camera for the app used to throw an error specifically on ios. It was eventually fixed by not sending the base64 image in the request. Also there were some permissions required to be added for granting camera access.
  • The barcode scanner wasn’t working on IOS, it used to throw threads out of bound error on the xcode while running it on the iPhone. Eventually we found it was an error from the plugin’s developers which they fixed themselves.
  • Location issue, getting access rights for using the geolocation services on the ios was again another thing we stumbled upon after which there was an issue with accuracy of pinpointing the location in the app.
  • POS (point of sale) ideal timeout after some time. In this we used to take the user to a certain page if he had no activity for sometime, but the issue was that this ideal timeout functionality was to be implemented on some pages, not all the pages which we can see after logging in.

Our Solutions

Brainstorming:

  • This is the very first step in project execution. It basically includes Information gathering from stakeholders and documenting the same. Final prepared document is based on SMART rule which stand for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time-bound.
    After documentation Wireframes is created which act as a blueprint defining look and feel of the platform with respect to all functionalities.

Designing Phase:

  • After wireframes get finalized, UI developer design every single module along with theme colour. Every module is interlinked with functionality having some dummy data in use.

Execution Phase:

  • As per designs, the backend developer develops all the initials APIs and frontend developers developer integrate all available APIs with best practices making dynamic to all the screens.

Client Request Based Project Delivery:

  • Developers are involved in discussion with clients on a daily basis and follow their suggestion and in case of any feasibility challenge developers giving the alternative solution. And trying clients to be on the same phase. Clients also mention the Jira and assign the task to developers as per the priority. This process helps us to meet the client’s expectations in the best possible manner and ensure the timely delivery of the tasks.

The Deployment Phase:

  • After integration or completion of any task that is mentioned on JIRA, we are doing unit testing on a local machine and merge with develop branch and deploying to dev server and test deployed task on dev server by developer. Then send PR (pull request) for the main branch that will be deployed on the live server after review. We are using AWS servers for all kinds of deployment.

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