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The project ‘parkman’ (Parking Manager).
Filed under: Desktop Applications , Projects — Leave a comment October 11, 2012 Within the framework of the course “Software Engineering I – Laboratory” (Department of Informatics and Communications, T.
E.
I.
of Central Macedonia ) we developed as a semester assignment a parking management application.
Both the graphical user interface (GUI) and the application are implemented with Qt in C++.
Specifically, with this application , the end user can manage a variety of customers, customer cards, vehicles, transactions, parking, vehicle fees, etc.

Features of the application: Portability across operating systems

Using lightweight SQLite database

Using splash screen on startup.

Maintain application’s settings either in INI files or Registry

Object-oriented design implementation .

Ability to support multilingualism with Locales (i18n)

Security from SQL Injection attacks

Use W3C CSS to GUI objects to format them

Using XML file to access the resources of the application

Using non-linear finite state machine to process payment.
Full documentation of source code and use of Doxygen.
Significant improvement s the application could accept: Possibility of issuing many membership cards for a client.
Factory design pattern for Banking Modules and membership cards.
Strategy design pattern on charges of membership cards.
3-Tier architecture with Models, DAOs, Logic Services and View DTOs.
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