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The Good Life Index For Real People (GLIFRP) will let users know key information about the cities that they are interested in living in. It will inform users on things such as the housing prices, crime, unemployment, and educational institutions in those areas.

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GLIFRP

Live demo can be found here: Demo

Design doument can be found here: Doc

Scrum board can be found here: GLFRP Scrum Board To use this sign up for a Trello account

To run the server

  1. git clone https://github.com/teovoinea/glifrp
  2. cd glifrp
  3. bower install
  4. cd final
  5. rm -r public/
  6. cp -r ../Backend/src/main/resources/public/ .
  7. java -jar final.jar

To run/test the backend

  1. Install Eclipse (Or Apache Maven)
  2. Compile main.java

To run/test the frontend

  1. Install NodeJs and npm
  2. Install Bower and grunt
    • npm install -g bower grunt-cli
  3. Run server
    cd FrontEnd
    grunt server
    

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"Major" update history

  • Apr 08 - R - Finished JavaDocs & testing for all classes and methods written by Roberto
  • Apr 07 - T - Finished JavaDocs for all the classes and methods written by Teo
  • Apr 06 - C - Updated scoring algorithm based on jail time weights
  • Apr 05 - CRTNP - Caterpillar (Live)
  • Apr 05 - P - Updated UI colors to be more consistent
  • Apr 04 - T - Hosted GLIFRP live on Amazon Web Services
  • Apr 02 - N - Finished UI, connected to spark server using HTTP requests
  • Mar 31 - R - Added support for abbreviated state names
  • Mar 30 - P - Optimized database querying to only query for names first, THEN additional crime/lat/long information.
  • Mar 30 - R - Updated Graph to work with City object instead of Crime
  • Mar 29 - C - Fnished Scoring Algorithm
  • Mar 25 - T - Added endpoint to search by latitude & longitude
  • Mar 23 - P - Updated Query class to build City objects instead of Crime
  • Mar 15 - CRTNP - Baboon (Beta)
  • Mar 13 - R - Search by Crime Rate is completed
  • Mar 13 - C - Made Simple Scoring Algorithm (for prototype)
  • Mar 11 - C - Edited compareTo and Search by Attribute
  • Mar 10 - T - Added compareTo and Sort by attribute
  • Mar 09 - C - Changed Searching Algorithms to use ArrayList instead of Arrays
  • Mar 07 - CRTNP - Alligator (Alpha)
  • Mar 07 - C - Basic Searching Algorithms
  • Mar 03 - P - Added databases
  • Mar 03 - T - Added all the possible sorting algorithms we will use
  • Mar 01 - N - Added index.html and style.css files. Will create Sketch of website
  • Mar 01 - T - Serves index properly
  • Mar 01 - T - Properly linked html using spark
  • Mar 01 - R - Front End Setup
  • Mar 01 - R - Extended City to Node
  • Feb 29 - R - Graph ADT in progress
  • Feb 29 - T - Added finding xip code from lat/long and vise versa from openstreetmap
  • Feb 29 - T - JSON parsing and creating using GSON from Google
  • Feb 28 - T - Added search endpoint with a mirroring response on POST
  • Feb 28 - P - Added Spark, update README
  • Feb 27 - N - Added location data to the database
  • Feb 27 - N - Added the housing database

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