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I was wondering about the assignment again. So same use case International Company offering international service. As stated in the instruction there quality of the service is an important factor and there are several criteria that define what quality of service is. Anyway since JSF is my choice of technology and JSF come with many implementations which are device friendly (telephones tablets and so on...) I was wondering since it is not mentioned in the original instruction if it is a good idea to say that beyon all other reasons picking a mobile friendly implementation of JSF would eventually allow us to target more devices like handhelds and tablets.

But on the other hand since it is not mentioned in the original instruction. Do you think it would be an overkill to start talking about devices?

Thanks Alexander

Since this is my second post in the forum as of today. I would like also to summarize my question. To what extend it is a good thing to go outside of what is already defined in the Instruction document and to let your imagination fly?
 
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Alexander Petrov wrote: Since this is my second post in the forum as of today. I would like also to summarize my question. To what extend it is a good thing to go outside of what is already defined in the Instruction document and to let your imagination fly?



I don't recommend that. Fulfilling the functional and non-functional requirements necessary/stated in the assignment will suffice. Making your design overly complex or simply underestimate the scope will tend to make life harder.

Regarding devices, you already mentioned the "why" JSF is good for your design.

Regarding quality of service, this is usually non-functional requirement you will need to deal with.
 
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