10.10.2012: Website moved
Our websites moved to the HNI: Please use the new link to the PG AppSolut Website: http://www.hni.uni-paderborn.de/en/software-engineering/teaching/project-group-appsolut/
19.9.2012: Redistribution meeting
We were informed that our registrees do not have to attent the redistribution meeting on September 24th. Exceptional cases will be notified by us on friday.
14.9.2012: Motivation essays
We would like all our registrees to write a short essay about the motivation to join the PG Appsolut. More details about this have already been sent via PAUL. The deadline is Wednesday, October 19th.
13.9.2012: Redistribution meeting
Since we have 15 registrations, our project group will definitely take place as planned in winter term 2012/2013 and summer term 2013. Nevertheless, please join us on the redistribution meeting on September 24th, 2012, 4:15 pm, room F1.110.
06.08.2012: Information meeting
On Thursday, August 9th, at 4 pm (s.t.) we will provide an info-event for interested or already registered students that want to join PG AppSolut! There, we will give you detailed information on the organization and aims of our PG. Furthermore, we will explain how to register for it.
The meeting takes place in ZM1.02-48 (not as formerly announced in ZM1.03-03). You find this room in the new building Zukunftsmeile 1 in the Fürstenallee (on the left of the Heinz Nixdorf Museum).
Imagine you are a soccer fan and you want to plan a trip to an important match.
There are several tasks you have to accomplish, for examp
- add an appointment into your calendar
- find a route with the local traffic system in order to travel to the city the match takes place
- find out what the target city provides for your further entertainment
- find the soccer stadium on the city map
- buy tickets for the match
- book a hotel to stay in for the night
It costs lots of effort and time to finde a nice app for each of this tasks and to use them in order to accomplish your tasks. Wouldn't it be nice if you could have only one app that satisfies all your needs? And wouldn't it be nice, if it could be composed from well-established apps without much effort?
Now imagine that your friends want to have a similar app that is able to accomplish the same tasks but with slightley different requirements, e.g. another platform or another task more.
In order to build such apps in an easy way, an AppComposer (see exemplary picture below) that is able to do this automatically would be great!