The development of a mobile application for Schoollah Malaysia / Nurul Ameera Jamaludin

Jamaludin, Nurul Ameera (2019) The development of a mobile application for Schoollah Malaysia / Nurul Ameera Jamaludin. Degree thesis, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Terengganu.


Mobile phones have become the primary device of preference for most Malaysians to stay connected. The main advantage of the mobile application is mobile application can attract more target audiences compared to publishing website or social media itself. The development of a mobile application for Schoollah Malaysia is therefore proposed for this research. The Schoollah Malaysia Mobile Application solved problems faced by the organisation which are the unorganised structure of the usage of messaging application, social media and website, and the mismanagement issues faced by the organisation. The mobile application also benefits the target audiences. The target audiences in this study is the SPM-Leavers. The SPM-Leavers are able to determine their suitable career choices based on their personality and skills through career and personality assessment, adapted from the RIASEC Theory Model. The methodology used to develop Schoollah Malaysia is adapted from the Mobile Software Development Lifecycle (MDLC) as not all phases are used for this project. The phases used for the purpose of this study are the initial study phase, the inception phase, the design phase, the development phase, and the stabilisation phase. Functionality testing in the stabilisation phase of MDLC is performed to test the functionality against the specification and requirements of the fully functional Schoollah Malaysia Mobile Application. Scenarios such as the normal scenario and the alternative scenario are included as part of the functionality testing, along with the test plan for each scenario. With the completion of the thesis, the thesis will hopefully help other students to develop a similar system.


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