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    Wärn, Kristoffer
    Jönköping University, School of Engineering, JTH, Computer Science and Informatics.
    Utveckling av programvara för läsning och skrivning till iButton2016Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Modern data loggers have many settings which is reflected in the application used to communicate with them. They have more settings than individual companies and people need which makes the application unnecessarily complicated. By reducing the number of settings, the application can be made smaller, faster and easier to learn. This bachelor thesis was done at Inventech Europe AB, who provided data loggers for temperature and moisture measurements. They wanted to explore opportunities to develop a program that people with limited computer experience could quickly learn to use. Therefore, the aim of this work is to investigate what such a program would look like.

    The thesis focus is on the design process. The different steps were visualized through various UML diagrams. Since the project was relatively small, a development process following the waterfall model was chosen. Following the model means completing each step (requirements specification, design, implementation, testing, etc.) in succession. It assumes that one step is completed before the next step is started. The model works best when the project is small and well defined. Unfortunately, the specification given by the company changed multiple times during development. With that in mind, a more flexible development process should have been chosen to allow for changes that may occur during the development.

    The end result was a program prototype that was easy to use and didn’t have more settings than necessary. The prototype can be used as a base for adding custom functionality. To show this, two additional functions was included. One of the features was the ability to save the collected data to an external database which later could be used as a data source for other application that could visualize the data using different graphs. In order to easily identify different connected data loggers, a second setting was included, enabling naming of the various loggers.

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