This project is a student undergraduate endeavor to create a staging system for people diagnosed with HIV/AIDS for remote access by facilities who can not get access to professional providers. It is hopped that it will create a mechanism for access to physicians who are scarce in the developing world
The project provide a open, secure and modularize solution to utilize application provision, organization provision and user provision, user access control, application access control, signature collection and work flow.
PADS aims to be a drop-in replacement for Microsoft Access...and so much more. Not only will PADS, when complete, allow the editing and data manipulation of Microsoft Access database files, it will also provide a GUI frontend to all Java-supported database servers. PADS will be completely written in Java (J2SE/Swing) and will rely on the existing database server JDBC drivers that are available for use. PADS will be platform independent. PADS is currently in its start-up phase.
The Spigot API fills the gap between diverse data sources and the application code that consumes it. It lets developers access varied sources of data with a consistent interfaces to maximize re-use across development environments. It also provides additional features for pagination, sorting and filtering data, again leveraging consistency where possible.