Need the ability to display data module blocks on a "dashboard." These data modules need to have the ability to input information in them while being being displayed on the Dashboard. Each module is will be tied to a series of like modules that can be viewed by changing a date range or scrolling that section of the dashboard. For instance, imagine a module called Calendar. Calendar 1 is being shown on the dashboard. There is a scroll bar under Calendar 1 that when moved to the right will show Calendar 2. User can enter information into Calendar 1, Calendar 2, etc. Here is where it gets tricky. Under the Calendar module is another module...say Note Module 1. This module section also has a scroll bar that can move independently of the Calendar module. For instance, User moves to Calender 4 and also moves to Notes 11. There are a number of indenpendent modules on the dashboard that all need to have their own set of scroll bars (left/right, top/bottom) and data will be entered and saved when inputted into these modules. There are other details that will follow, nothing complicated (like also open on the last set of modules that were last viewed. Moved entered events from one month to another if not completed. Create new data collection rows in modules. Etc).
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This will be a web application and will also be viewable on tablets & mobile devices - but it will not be an native app. To use, users will have to create an account. Other details on this will follow.
The dashboard should have the following features:
-Data module blocks should be displayed on a dashboard.
-These data modules should have the ability to input information in them while being displayed on the Dashboard.
- Each module should be tied to a series of like modules which can be viewed by changing a date range or scrolling that section of the dashboard.
-There should be a number of independent modules on the dashboard and should have their own set of scroll bars (left/right, top/bottom)
-The data should be entered and saved when inputted into these modules.
In addition to this, the online dashboard will be a web application and will also be view able on tablets & mobile devices.
To use, users will have to create an account.