After winter break, it’s time to go back to our Capstone blog! During this tough time, there are no friends gatherings, no travel, no delicious restaurants, but I have a clear understanding of the basic information of the Flask web framework during this break. Although I cannot say that I understand all aspects of Flask, I believe I have enough knowledge to find a solution when I encounter a problem.
Flask tutorial is a very novice-oriented Flask tutorial, and now I am very familiar with the application of view functions and templates after going through it. This makes the code refactoring of the project I am taking over now very handy. At the same time, I am also trying to communicate with my team members to ensure they have enough knowledge about Flask to complete this project.
In terms of data visualization, group members and I are using Plotly technology to implement this user story, but currently, we have encountered a problem. When trying to represent multiple dashboards on a single webpage, we found that we can only represent one. Now we are looking for more in-depth Plotly literature to expand our skill pool.
There are three main tasks I should complete by the end of next week:
- Refactoring code (especially HTML code) makes our code more concise and readable.
- Find a way to represent the data via multiple dashboards on the same webpage by using Plotly.
- Make sure everyone is learning the knowledge that contributes to this project.