teamblau’s programming team has taken all the necessary steps in order to realise a professional database for the ATLAS project. It was a long work, but the results are very positive: A fast working and usability optimised Database.

Project Kick Off: Briefing and research
After the very good briefing teamblau got from the partners, the project manager of teamblau Leonhard Bozzetta organised a professional programming team and a kick off meeting.

The programming team leader Florian Schlotter, analysed in collaboration with other programmers of teamblau, Martin Kircher, Martin Scherlin and Hannes Auer, the data structure in order to include the ideas and opinions from the programmer side into the project vision of the partners. The goal was to translate the structure build in excel into a database-format that can be used for the back office and the frontend. Along with this analysis, teamblau did a lot of research on the right technologies to use in this project and the data-structure.

Decision: a database build with react.js
After the successful compilation of different technologies, teamblau decided to use react.js as the best technology to developed and set up the back office. After finding the right solutions, Florian, with the support of the other programmers, defined the workflow: in the first phase teamblau begun with the programming and the setup of the database.

Presentation at the Project Meeting in Munich
The teamblau project manager Leonard Bozzetta was in charge of planning and controlling all the activities of the technical WP's and writing the reportings of all the technical WP's team members.
At the Project Meeting in Munich, Leonard - together with EURAC - presented the frontend of the so called Atlas and discussed the last details.  

Start with the frontend
Bozzetta organised the frontend, which was designed by Magdalena Ferdigg. She was also in charge of developing the ATLAS project Brand Identity and create the Corporate Design Manual.
The frontend, the input mask for the projects, is in the last phase and is developed in collaboration with EURAC. Daniel Herrera, employee of the project partner EURAC, played an important role throughout the project as an input donor and supporter of teamblau.  

Testing of the database
Currently, the database and its input mask are being tested by all project partners. The first realistic projects are added to the system. After feedback from the partners, the last changes and optimizations are made and the beta version goes into the final version.
After the final version of the database, the next milestone - the programming of the public website with compiled best practice cases - can be started. This Website is in the conception phase at the moment.

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