In May, the team held a Show and Tell session to present their achievements from Sprint 8 of the project’s beta phase. Watch the recording.
This sprint, the team has been focussing on building front-end forms and continuing integration work with the Echo Waste Management System.
The project team held their Sprint 9 Show and Tell on Tuesday 14 June, during which they shared a demonstration of the fly-tipping form and modifications to the ‘subscribe to a garden waste collection’ form.
Councils will be able to easily configure these low code forms to meet both the specific delivery needs of their local services, as well as their current waste management system requirements. Existing PlaceCube customers will have access to the Lowcode Digital Waste Service forms through the Form Manager, and PlaceCube will be available for support and/or training.
Alternatively, the code can also be downloaded from BitBucket and configured to work with a council’s implementation of LifeRay.
During Sprint 10, which will last three weeks, the team plan to focus on:
- developing the back office system integration of the Mayrise connector
- drafting the service implementation guide
- producing the Phase 1 final report
Project lead, Mike Connell (Chief Officer — Digital and Communications, Rugby Borough Council) presented a talk on ‘Finding resources when you haven’t any — a funding story’, during Digital Leaders Week 2022. Mike shared his thoughts and experiences of being able to achieve more by collaborating with others to identify and solve shared problems. If you missed it the first time round, you can still sign up to watch a recording of the session.