Radar (2013)

Radar es una aplicación web dedicada al monitoreo del desempeño de la Red de Acceso de cualquier empresa de telecomunicaciones. En una primera etapa estaba limitada a la tecnología WCDMA (3G) de los proveedores Ericsson y Huawei pero pronto se pudo extender su funcionalidad a GSM (2G). Radar fue desarrollado utilizando HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, jQueryUI, Bootstrap, LESS, Python, Django y PostgreSQL.

A continuación se muestran capturas de pantalla con infomación ficticia de la red.

Line and area charts combined with tooltip
visor_traffic_detail_ps_clean
Multiple line chart with tooltip
visor_rrc_rejects_expanded_2_clean
Stacked columns expanded
visor_ia_clean
Stacked columns and line charts in different y-axis with tooltip
visor_establishments_clean
Multiple line chart with tooltip
visor_rrc_rejects_clean
Stacked columns chart
Smart filter: Selecting the option “Todos” (spanish for “all”) on the NodeB selector, the Sector filter deactivates
Date widget (jQueryUI)
Smart Filter: Selecting queries by Busy Hour (Hora Pico) deactivates the hour selectors
Smart Filter: It allows to filter the selector’s options introducing a search string

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David Barreto

David Barreto is a Javascript Developer with a Bachelor's degree in Electronics Engineer and a Master's degree in Systems Engineering. He is passionate about developing web apps, teaching programming, discovering new technologies and learning all about software development methodologies. He currently works at Rangle.io in Toronto.