Don't take PDF conversion lightly: To convert the UG/DG/PPP into PDF format, go to the generated page in your project's github.io site and use this technique to save as a pdf file. Using other techniques can result in poor quality resolution (will be considered a bug) and unnecessarily large files.
The PDF versions of the UG/DG/PPP should be usable by the target readers, even if not as neat/optimized as the Web versions. For example, margins and page breaks need not be optimized but they should not hinder the reader either. Assume some will occasionally choose the PDF version over the Web version e.g, for printing, offline viewing, annotating etc.
PE uses the PDF versions of UG/DG, not the Web version! Any problems in those PDF files (e.g., broken links, messed up formatting) can be reported as bugs.
Ensure hyperlinks in the pdf files work. Your UG/DG/PPP will be evaluated using PDF files during the PE. Broken/non-working hyperlinks in the PDF files will be considered as bugs and will count against your project score. Again, use the conversion technique given above to ensure links in the PDF files work.
Try the PDF conversion early. If you do it at the last minute, you may not have time to fix any problems in the generated PDF files (such problems are more common than you think).
Side benefits for early submissions: Given that using buffers to reduce the risk of deadline overruns is a learning outcome of this module, we strongly encourage setting an internal submission deadline a few hours earlier than the actual deadline. As an incentive, we plan to perform some checks on early submissions and inform you if we found issues with your submission (e.g., incorrect file name/format), thus giving you a chance to fix them before the deadline and avoid a penalty for it.
The icon indicates team submissions. Only one person need to submit on behalf of the team but we recommend that others help verify the submission is in order
We will not entertain requests to limit late penalties of team submissions to one person even if the delay was one person's fault. That is, the responsibility (and the penalty) for team submissions are to be shared by the whole team rather than burden one person with it.
[team ID][ProductName].jare.g. [CS2103-T09-2][ContactsPlus].jar
@@authorannotations after the deadline will be considered a late submission). Note that the quality of the code attributed to you accounts for a significant component of your final score, graded individually.
[TEAM_ID][Your full Name as Given in Canvas]PPP.pdfe.g.[CS2103-T09-2][Leow Wai Kit, John]PPP.pdf
-in place of
/if your name has it e.g.,
Ravi s/o Veegan→
Ravi s-o Veegan(reason: Windows does not allow
/in file names)
AboutUs.mdetc.) on GitHub. Ensure the website is auto-published.