I EDITED THIS!!!
3/31-4/6 >> 4/4 P2: Design and Plan 3/31 : meet and come up with preliminary plan 4/3 : decide on an API and determine what needs to happen to make using it feasible 4/4 : create tables 4/6 : insert testing data into all but the user tables 4/6 : write python script for cleaning ingredient data from recipe API
4/7-4/13 4/9 : have workable test version of the front end online 4/9 : integrate some scraped API data into the recipe table 4/11 : write a python script for scraping the API for recipe data 4/12-4/13 : scrape recipe data to insert into database
4/14-4/20 4/15 : insert API recipe data 4/15 : write script for retrieving recipes with a given query 4/17 : write script for retreiving recipes based on contents of fridge 4/20 : add functionality to webpage for dropping and inserting content into the fridge, update the front end
4/21-4/27 >> 4/23 P3: Draft Version 4/23 : improve front end experience for these basic features 4/25 : add a “cook now!” function to the front end recipe page that drops ingredients out of your fridge 4/25 : pay special attention to the quantities/measurements of the ingredients. Refine and update strategy as necessary 4/27 : improve interface for inserting on the front end
4/28-5/4 4/29 : create test users 4/30 : require login 5/2 : implement multiple users for the webapp 5/4 : allow users to add recipes into the recipe table
5/5-5/1 >> 5/7 P4: Alpha Version ⅝ : create a “recipe box” which allows users to save the recipes they have made 5/10 : create a grocery list and send it to the user’s email address
5/13-5/19 5/19 >> P5: Beta Version & Final Paper Throughout the week work on CSS for the site 5/15 : VERY rough draft of paper complete 5/19 : Final version of paper