ITECH2000 –Week3Assessable Task

TaskPage 1ITECH2000 Mobile Development FundamentalsWeek3Assessable TaskOverviewYou are required to write pseudocode and create an app that utilises concepts taught up to (and including) week3 to meet a provided problem specification.Timelines and ExpectationsPercentage Value of Task:10% of semester totalDue:11:59pm on Sunday, 4thAugust, 2019For late submissions, a penalty of 10% of available marks will be applied for each day the assignment is overdue.Minimum time expectation:Depending on yourexperience, this task will takeat least half an hour. Some students may require as much as 3 hoursto complete it.Learning Outcomes Assessed:The following course learning outcomes are assessed to some degree by completing this assessment:K1.Understand constructs typical of many programming languages such as: variables, expressions,assignment, sequence, selection, iteration, procedures, parameters, return values.A1.Design, develop, test and debug mobile apps from a given textual program specification.S1.Analyse the input, processing and output needs of small programming problems.Assessment DetailsOverview of SituationA local grocery store is introducing a loyalty program that will reward points to customers who shop in the store.To help customersforecast the number of points they will receiveforeach shop, the grocery store wants you to create a “Rewards Point Calculator” mobile app. There are a range of factors that determine how many points acustomer may receive each week.The first factor that matters is the total cost of the groceries. If the customer has purchased less than $100 worth of groceries, they are awarded 1 reward point per dollar spent. If the customer has purchased at least $100worth of groceries, they are awarded 2 points per dollar spent. If the customerhaspurchased $500 or more worth of groceries, they are awarded an additional 200 bonus points.The second factor that affects the total points is the length of time that the customer has been in the loyalty program. If the customer has been a member for less than 12 months, they will receive no bonus points. If the customer has been a member for longer than 12 months, they will receive 10 bonus points for every additional month they have been a member.Staff mayalso participate in the promotion, but the total number of points they receive isreduced by 30%.ITECH2000 – TaskPage 2Required Behaviourof the AppThe app you design needs to address all of the following:1.The user must be able to enter the total cost ofthe groceries, and the number of months they have been a loyalty member.2.The user must be able to indicate whether theyare a staff member(and thusreceive the reduced number of points).3.The usermust be able to request a forecastof what the points awardedwill be, but without actually going ahead with submitting the points. The rules given above must befollowed to calculate the points.The user is not obliged to go-ahead with submitting the number of points.4.After seeing the proposed points to be awarded, it must be possible for the userto actually go ahead with submitting the points. When this occurs, the app needs to: a.increase a variable noting the total pointsof allshops that have been submitted, since the app started running.b.increase a counter notinghow many shops have been actually submitted since the app started running.c.display a message saying how many shops have beensubmitted and what the total number of points calculated has been, since the app started running.d.Clear/Reset the input componentsso that they are ready for the next shop’s detailsto be entered.Before you start building the app in MIT AppInventor, you should plan your program using pseudocode. This pseudocode will also form part of your submission for this assessment task.TasksBased on the provided scenario and required app behaviour, the following tasks must be completedfor submission:1.Write an algorithm for the behaviour of each event that your app will respond to. Put this work into a Microsoft Word document.2.Create an app in AppInventor, named “Week3_YourName”, which implements in code the algorithms that you wrote for each event. Ensure you choose appropriate user interface components, component names, and variable names. Make sure that you test your app thoroughly using the emulator or MIT companion app.3.Create a zip file containing both your algorithm (Word or PDF format) and completed app (.aia file exported from AppInventor), and submit this to Moodle. The name of the zip file should include both your name and student ID ( InstructionsThis task can be submitted under “Week 3 Assessable Task (Early Intervention)” in the Assessments section of Moodle. First complete the “Assessment Declaration agreement: Assessment Task 1” to declare that you have not plagiarised your work. Once this is completed, the “Submit Assessment Task 1” submission point will become available. Uploadyour zip filehere and make surethatyou click the “Send for Marking” button.

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