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Mifos
Bringing Banking to the Poor with
the help of Angular JS
Agenda
 Introduction to Financial Inclusion and Mifos
 Our need for a SPA Framework
 Why Angular?
 Demo
 What’s next?...
The need for Financial Inclusion
As of 2010, 2.4 billion people (~30% of world population) live on < $2/day
2.5 Billion ...
AMicroFinanceoperation in ruralIndia
This image was taken during a Centre meeting conducted by Grameen Koota, one of the l...
LoanDisbursementsat a Centre Meeting
Many Organizations in Southern Asia follow the “Solidarity Groups” model pioneered by...
MifosBeing usedin Branchoffices
Mifos serves as the Core Banking system for Organizations in the financial inclusion space...
The Mifos Story
Used by more than 70 MFI’s serving more than 2.5 million customers
Managed by the Mifos Initiative (a non-...
OurCommunity
Picture taken during our 2013 Mifos Summit held at Jaipur India. Our next summit is scheduled to be during Oc...
TheOriginal MifosProduct
Web based MIS for MFI’s built with Java (Spring MVC, Spring, Hibernate), MySQL and the Pentaho BI...
Mifos X: The next generation of Mifos
Redesigned to fulfil our long-term vision of a fully extensible platform that can sc...
AnAppbuiltby MusoniSystems
The Musoni system (built on top of the MifosX Platform) is optimized for Cashless operations an...
AndroidClient fortheMifosXPlatform
Our First Community App
Some of our goals while starting building out our first Community App towards the
end of 2011
•Che...
Ourfirst“Community App”
Built with JQuery and JQuery Templates
The need for a SPA Framework
As the community app matured, it became increasingly clear that the codebase would
be difficu...
Why Angular?
 Clean separation between the View and the Controller (Parallel development,
Mobile Views)
 Two way data Bi...
Why Angular continued…
Other factors that were taken into account
More awareness within our community when compared to co...
Our Stack
Bower: Package Management
Grunt: Task runner
Require JS: JS Module Loader
Angular JS
Bootstrap: HTML and CSS Des...
CommunityAppDemo
Hosted on https://demo.openmf.org/ (login as mifos/password)
Benefits to our Community
 Faster development cycles: Volunteer driven re-write of the Community app with
AngularJS took ...
Next Steps
Use Ionic (and Cordova) for a tablet optimized version of our Community app
E2E testing using Protractor
Off...
Interested? Get Involved
Volunteer Opportunities: http://mifos.org/take-action/volunteer
Learn more about Contributing to ...
Question & Answers
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MifosX (OSCON 2014) : Bringing Banking to the poor with the help of AngularJS

  1. 1. Mifos Bringing Banking to the Poor with the help of Angular JS
  2. 2. Agenda  Introduction to Financial Inclusion and Mifos  Our need for a SPA Framework  Why Angular?  Demo  What’s next?  How you can get Involved  Q&A Inputs by Michael Vorburger, Edward Cable, Markus Geiss and Gaurav Saini (thanks!)
  3. 3. The need for Financial Inclusion As of 2010, 2.4 billion people (~30% of world population) live on < $2/day 2.5 Billion People (> half the world’s adult population) do not have access to regular Financial Services - Sourced from http://www.worldbank.org/ The Microfinance Movement : A world in which as many poor and near-poor households as possible have permanent access to an appropriate range of high quality financial services, including not just credit but also savings, insurance, and fund transfers.
  4. 4. AMicroFinanceoperation in ruralIndia This image was taken during a Centre meeting conducted by Grameen Koota, one of the larger Mifos users serving more than half a million customers. A MFI employee would be responsible for disbursing loans and collecting repayments during these meetings
  5. 5. LoanDisbursementsat a Centre Meeting Many Organizations in Southern Asia follow the “Solidarity Groups” model pioneered by Mohammad Yunus (awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize 2006) – Picture Credits @Michael Vorburger
  6. 6. MifosBeing usedin Branchoffices Mifos serves as the Core Banking system for Organizations in the financial inclusion space - – Picture Credits @Michael Vorburger
  7. 7. The Mifos Story Used by more than 70 MFI’s serving more than 2.5 million customers Managed by the Mifos Initiative (a non-profit registered in Washington) Built with love by hundreds of volunteers spread across the world fighting poverty one line of code at a time 2004-11: Registered on Sourceforge 2006-11: Initial Mifos Product Launch 2009: Winner of JavaOne 2009 Duke’s choice award for Best Java Technology for the Open Source Community 2013: Launch of the new “MifosX” suite
  8. 8. OurCommunity Picture taken during our 2013 Mifos Summit held at Jaipur India. Our next summit is scheduled to be during October in Kampala, Uganda.
  9. 9. TheOriginal MifosProduct Web based MIS for MFI’s built with Java (Spring MVC, Spring, Hibernate), MySQL and the Pentaho BI suite
  10. 10. Mifos X: The next generation of Mifos Redesigned to fulfil our long-term vision of a fully extensible platform that can scale through multi-tenancy and rapidly be extended upon through a clean layered architecture and full API. Platform: Encapsulates the complexity that exists in the business and technical domains needed for a Banking System behind a relatively simple API. This API frees up application developers to innovate and produce apps suitable for a variety of Financial inclusion services. Built on a Jersey/Spring/JPA/MySQL stack Applications: A suite of applications (mostly User Interfaces with no business Logic) built on top of "The Platform" that cater to a variety of financial Inclusion models
  11. 11. AnAppbuiltby MusoniSystems The Musoni system (built on top of the MifosX Platform) is optimized for Cashless operations and integrated with leading Mobile Money vendors in the African market
  12. 12. AndroidClient fortheMifosXPlatform
  13. 13. Our First Community App Some of our goals while starting building out our first Community App towards the end of 2011 •Cheap to Modify and extend •No Server Side language, no business logic within the app •Leverage on most common skills within our Community •Package (using Cordova) as a hybrid mobile app
  14. 14. Ourfirst“Community App” Built with JQuery and JQuery Templates
  15. 15. The need for a SPA Framework As the community app matured, it became increasingly clear that the codebase would be difficult to maintain in the long run DOM manipulation impeded parallel development by UI designers and JS developers Large amount of Boiler plate code for common SPA tasks like two way data Binding, routing and tracking Browser history Decision made to rewrite our SPA using a “Mature” framework which would address these issues out of the box
  16. 16. Why Angular?  Clean separation between the View and the Controller (Parallel development, Mobile Views)  Two way data Binding  Extending HTML vocabulary with “Directives”  “Server side” concepts like Dependency Injection, Modularization made sense to our (predominantly java) Community  Testability (both unit testing and E2E testing)  Basic Routing available out of the box. https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router provides advanced routing • Could provide I18 support with help from libraries likehttp://angular- translate.github.io/ and http://lgalfaso.github.io/angular-dynamic-locale/
  17. 17. Why Angular continued… Other factors that were taken into account More awareness within our community when compared to competing frameworks Decent documentation (now Excellent) IDE support (Webstorm) and Chrome plugins like Batarang
  18. 18. Our Stack Bower: Package Management Grunt: Task runner Require JS: JS Module Loader Angular JS Bootstrap: HTML and CSS Design Templates D3: Data Visualization Jasmine: Unit Testing Framework Karma: Test runner
  19. 19. CommunityAppDemo Hosted on https://demo.openmf.org/ (login as mifos/password)
  20. 20. Benefits to our Community  Faster development cycles: Volunteer driven re-write of the Community app with AngularJS took < 3 months  Greatly increased contributions from Designers / HTML & CSS developers  Simplified collaboration process, increased volunteer satisfaction  Implementation partners have found it easier to extend/modify
  21. 21. Next Steps Use Ionic (and Cordova) for a tablet optimized version of our Community app E2E testing using Protractor Offline Functionality (would be made easier with the planned enhancements in Angular 2) * Details of upcoming changes in Angular 2 can be found at http://blog.angularjs.org/2014/03/angular-20.html
  22. 22. Interested? Get Involved Volunteer Opportunities: http://mifos.org/take-action/volunteer Learn more about Contributing to Mifos : http://tinyurl.com/ltmzgbl Github Repo: https://github.com/openMF Subscribe to our Mailing Lists: •Developer List: https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/mifos-developer •User List: https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/mifos-users
  23. 23. Question & Answers

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