This is a project in the subject IN2000 - Software Engineering at
the University of Oslo. The project case was to create an
application that visually presents the air quality in Norway's
cities using the API from the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. By
using the agile framework Scrum, we have made the application Caeli
through a twelve-week project work.
Project in the subject IN1060 User-oriented design at the University
of Oslo. Our task was to plan and carry out a project where we
designed and built a digital prototype for and with a selected user
group. We chose a public library as the domain, and developed a
digital prototype using Arduino for the public libraries' existing
book retrieval solution.
This is an web application with the purpose of showing when you have
to go out the door to reach the next subway. The reason for this is
that we in the housing collective rarely check the ruter app before
going out the door. The application is written by Ulrik Palmstrøm
ruter.no's API to show when the next subway runs, and from yr.no's
API to show today's weather. It all appears on a screen taken out of
an old laptop, we use a rapsberry pi 3b+ with OS raspbian to run the
web application on chromium.
This web application is a visual representation of a tournament
system for beer pong. The idea came from the fact that we had a need
for this in our housing collective. The web app contains cards with
overview such as team image, team name and team members. From an
admin panel you can create a tournament by adding teams and showing
who goes on to the next round of the tournament. The web application
This project is my first encounter with frontend development, I was
asked by a familiy friend to design a website for his company. I had
never made a website before, so I decided to write the code in plain
HTML and CSS to learn. Furthermore, I used the Bootstrap framework
to speed up the process. This was an stepping stone that motivated
me to learning more about the front-end world.