As @Anmol-Crio_TA mentioned, our contract with the frontend team is to ship a backend that gives them power to fetch stock return values by inputting a json file.
Now, coming to your question, it’s great that you’re thinking about other things as well not asked to do in the milestones. That’s how we learn, right? By being curious! #learnbydoing
Let me give you some pointers
- So, are we (QMoney Team) or the frontend team dealing with the annual-return-app(UI)? If it’s the frontend team, where should we be digging in to play around with the UI, the QMoney backend or the annual-return-app folder?
- How would we find where the user list is coming from? We don’t want to break open all the files in the project, right?
Let’s see what we know. We have some users in the drop-down list in the UI. The names of the users has to come from some file which for which we need to put out a look-out notice for. We can use
Ctrl+Shift+f in VS code to do just that.
I want to understand how can I play with these values and which trades,json the python code is actually taking in as argument?
The UI is a Spring boot app due to which we are using
./gradlew bootrun for running it whereas the Python dashboard utility as you would know is an independent “thing” occupying the space of the annual-return-app for now.
dashboard.py) is pretty much readable, see if you can spot our guy
Nb: Feel free to open the
annual-return-app in your workspace just like we open the praveen-sunkara-ME_QMONEY folder to go through the files more easily
Happy Learning By Doing!