Second week (26th May-1st June)

This was the workflow designed for different users of OpenMRS.Image

So the next task for this week was to design the Login page by over-riding the current Login page of the legacy OpenMRS. I read different OpenMRS documentation for doing the required work. Unfortunately I could complete the Login page this week and hope to do so early next week.

Work Done During the first week.(19th-26th May)

So, this was the first week of coding. The plan of action of this week was to identify and finalize the pages that we would be creating and testing during the project. So, for the OpenMRS Lite Module to achieve its goal the page sizes should be such that they open fairly quickly on a 2G network. I found that the pages of the reference application were requesting data more than 500 KBs(some were around 800KBs) and that would take a lot of time to load on a 2G network. So those pages were selected and an appropriate workflow was designed for the selected pages. 

Pre GSoC preparations

I spent my past week reading about different technologies that would be needed in the project and OpenMRS module structure.I had a talk with my mentor and it was decided that our primary mode of communication would be  through IRC. We had decided to work upon the scope of the project in the first week, and during that period also identify the pages that we will be creating and testing. 

During this week I have also talked to several OpenMRS community members and sought their help in understanding different problems that I faced, and they have been very helpful in doing so. I plan to start coding in the next week.

GSoC14:OpenMRS Lite Module

Hi,

I am a second year undergraduate student of Electronics and Communication Engineering at IIIT-Hyderabad. This summer I got selected for GSoC at OpenMRS and will be working on OpenMRS Lite Module which is basically a version of OpenMRS that can be easily accessed on mobile browser or on a laptop connected to a low bandwidth ISP.

I will be posting details about various stages of project here.

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