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POS 408    ENTIRE COURSE
 
 
WEEK  1


POS 408 Week 1 Individual Assignment Simple Visual Basic® Program

 

Instructions: Design, implement, test, and debug a simple Visual Basic® program. Include the following requirements:   

  • The GUI program will have a button that creates a new window with the word Hello.
  • Enhance the display by making the word change color, move, or change to another language (such as Hola). Write the code for the program and test the results. Compress the files of the project together into a .zip folder. Be sure to use the information from the Week 1 Required Learning Activity entitled "How to Zip your Visual Basic project for grading".

 

 
WEEK  2

 POS 408 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment Charter

 

Instructions: Submit the final version of your learning team charter.

 


 POS 408 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment Visual Basic® Application

 

Instructions: The team is a consulting company that specializes in rapid application development. A client company wishes to improve their customer data and interactions with records. By the end of Week Five, the team will create a simple customer relationship system for the organization. Use a team member's organization as a model or an organization with which your team is familiar, if possible. Alternatively, your team may choose to use a fictitious company. Define the features of the Visual Basic® application and mockup of a user interface. Submit a team progress report to your instructor explaining the team's justification for design decisions, what your team accomplished during the week, challenges your team faced, and questions.
 

POS 408 Week 2 Individual Assignment Home Utility Auditing Program

 

Instructions: Using the knowledge from the Lynda.com® "Visual Basic Essential Training" video series, complete the following assignment: Design, implement, test, and debug a Visual Basic® program to create a simple home utility auditing program. Conform to my published VB coding standards.

 

The user should be able to accomplish the following:   

  • Enter the dollar cost per kilowatt-hour.
  • Select a home appliance from this exact list of home appliances:
  • Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer
  • Fan
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Electric Wok
  • Enter the power needed in kilowatts (kW) for the selected appliance.
  • Enter the number of hours used per day for the selected appliance.

The program should do the following:   

  • Validate that the data entered has the correct format and is within a reasonable range.
  • Calculate and display the daily dollar cost for operating a home appliance when the user clicks the calculate button. Constraints: Use reasonable real-world appliance power ratings in kilowatts (kw); similar to those provided in materials. Note that a normal wall outlet can source up to 1.5 kw. Use common sense to evaluate your results; for example, your electric bill shouldn't exceed your rent.

 

Design a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for the program that will be intuitive for a novice user. Write the code for the program and test the results. Create a zipped folder of the project. Submit the zipped folder to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

 

WEEK  3

POS 408 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Visual Basic® Application 

 


Learning Team: Visual Basic® Application Instructions: Identify the data type and data range of every data element used in the Visual Basic® application. Submit a team progress report to your instructor explaining what your team accomplished during the week, challenges your team faced, and questions.

 


 
POS 408 Week 3 Individual Assignment Enhanced Home Utility Auditing Program


Instructions:

Design, implement, test, and debug a Visual Basic®  Windows Forms (WinForm) program to create an enhanced home utility auditing program based on Week Two. The program will display exactly one Form (window) on the screen. Conform to my published VB coding standards. The user should be able to accomplish the following:   

  • Enter the cost per kilowatt-hour.
  • Select from this exact list of home appliances (note that the washer also uses water)
  • Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer
  • Fan       
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Electric Wok
  • Washer
  • Enter the power needed in kilowatts (kW) for the selected appliance.
  • Enter the number of hours used per day for the selected appliance.
  • If the washer is selected, enter both the number of gallons of water used by the washer per hour and the cost per gallon. The program should do the following:
  • Validate that the data entered has the correct format, and is within a reasonable range.
  • When the user presses your "calculate" button, calculate and display the cost for operating a home appliance
  • Create a listing area to display each of the following for each appliance entered:       
  • Home appliance
  • Number of hours per day
  • Cost
  • Add the new appliance to the end of the listing area, when the "calculate" button is pressed •  Display and update the total cost of all appliances, as soon as a new entry is added to the listing area. Write the code for the program and test the results. Zip the files of the project together. Submit the zipped file to the Assignment Files tab.
     


WEEK  4

POS 408 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment Visual Basic® Application

 

Instructions: Write the data entry related feature of your Visual Basic® program for your project. Design a database in preparation for your final submission next week. You may wish to review database material from previous coursework. Submit a team progress report to your instructor explaining what your team accomplished during the week, challenges your team faced, and questions.

 

 

POS 408 Week 4 Individual Assignment Data Structures in a Visual Basic® Program

 

Instructions: Design, implement, test, and debug a Visual Basic®   Windows Forms (WinForm) program program to create an enhanced home utility auditing program based on Week Three, using the exact same list of appliances. The program will display exactly one Form (window) on the screen.

 

Conform to my published VB coding standards.

 

The user should be able to accomplish the following:   

  • Export the data in the listing area to an external text file.
  • Replace the default power rating filled in for the selected appliance. The program should do the following:
  • Use arrays or structures where applicable.
  • Read the default power rating for appliances from an external text file.
  • Fill the default power rating into the power rating textbox when an appliance is selected.
  • The user is free to use the provided default power rating that you have filled in, or may change the power rating. If the user chooses to use the default power rating supplied, they may or may not ever go to the power rating textbox; so your code must ensure that the program picks up the value in the power rating textbox, whether or not the user ever goes to that textbox. See the post that explains how to zip your project for grading, and follow the advice for where to locate your programs' data files.

 

Write the code for the program and test the results. Zip the files of the project together. Submit the zipped file to the Assignment Files tab.

 

WEEK  5

POS 408 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Visual Basic® Application

 

Instructions: Complete the Visual Basic® program. Add a feature in the program to read from and write to the database designed in the previous week. Zip the files of the project together. Submit the zipped file to the Assignment Files tab.

 

           

POS 408 Week 5 Individual Assignment Presentation

 

Instructions: Find one to two articles about Visual Basic® programming best practices and Create a 10-slide presentation with speaker notes showing its relevance to this course. Submit your presentation to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 



POS 408 Week 5 Individual Assignment Final Project Visual Basic® Application

 

Instructions: Design, implement, test, and debug a Visual Basic® program to create an enhanced home utility auditing program based on the Week Four program, using the exact same list of appliances.

 

The customer was pleased with your work, but when they saw what was available, they asked to have the listing area expanded to provide additional information:   

  • Monthly cost of operation
  • Yearly cost of operation for computational purposes, assume 30 days per month and 365 days per year. Remember to:
  • provide monthly cost total and yearly cost total, with appropriate labeling
  • capture the additional information in the export file Zip the files of the project together. Submit the zipped file to the Assignment Files tab.

 

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