forms – What is a better way to indicate an optional message reminder when food order is ready

I’m designing a mobile website for a food ordering service. There is a feature at the last step of the ordering flow where the user can choose to be messaged once their order is ready. This is optional and the user can ignore it if they want.

How can i improve the following design to let the user know that entering their number is optional. However if they don’t enter their number they will need to check the collection counter display to know when their number shows up.

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forms – How is a better way to indicate an optional message reminder when food order is ready

I’m designing a mobile website for a food ordering service. There is a feature at the last step of the ordering flow where the user can choose to be messaged once their order is ready. This is optional and the user can ignore it if they want.

How can i improve the following design to let the user know that entering their number is optional. However if they don’t enter their number they will need to check the collection counter display to know when their number shows up.

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How to design a food ingredients system without violating SOLID?

I’m designing a restaurant system for educational purpose that consists of two main components, a Kitchen class and an Order class and I’m having trouble designing a validation function in a way that least violates OCP and SOLID in general.

The order class stores a list of ordered items from a menu, each menu item consists of different ingredients (e.g. A menu item of type ApplePie requires 350 grams of flour, 3 eggs, 0.5 litres of water, etc…).

An instance of a that list looks something like this:

List<MenuItem> orderList = {ApplePie, Pizza, ...}

The order class must first verify that the kitchen has enough ingredients to prepare all items in orderList, for example, the total amount of flour needed to prepare the order list above is 350g of flour for the ApplePie and 100g of flour for the Pizza, this sums to a total of 450g of flour that the kitchen must have.

Current state of the system in terms of classes and pseudo-code:

class Order{
 List<MenuItem> orderList;

 Order(List<MenuItem> list);

 State VerifyOrder(){ // the return type State can be as simple as a boolean
  /*
     Communicates with Kitchen class to assert that the kitchen the sufficient amount of
     ingredients required by items in orderList
  */
 }

 void RequestOrder(ListMenu<Item> list){
  if(VerifyOrder(list) == OK)
     kitchen.Cook(list);
 }
}
class Kitchen{
  float flour, water, vanilla;
  int eggs;
  // setters and getters
  .
  .
  .
  // remaining kitchen functionality
}

I am considering the representation of each ingredient type as an Enumeration, then encapsulating each ingredient in a class:

Enum ING_TYPE 
{ 
  Flour, 
  Sugar, 
  Salt, ...
}
Class Ingredient
{
   ING_TYPE,
   float quantity 
}

In that way, a menu item can be represented by a concrete instance of an abstract class A_MenuItem:

Interface A_MenuItem
{
  private List<Ingredients> ingredients;
  List<Ingredient> getIngredients()
}

finally, the order verification function would look something like this:

State VerifyOrder(){
  Map<ING_TYPE, float> totalIngredients;
  for(each item : orderList){
      for(each ingredient : item.getIngredients())
         totalIngredients(ingredient.ING_TYPE) += ingredient.quantity;
  }
  .
  .
  .
  // Compare ingredients stored in the kitchen with totalIngredients and return a proper State
}

I found this design OCP friendly because any addition of a new menu item (perhaps with new ingredients) will only require an addition of a new concrete class that implements Class A_MenuItem and new ingredients in Enum ING_TYPE but I want to know if there is a better way to achieve this and preferably using some design pattern.

I’m aware that the proposed design violates other SOLID principles like the single responsibility principle but I’m not interested in fixing these violations for the sake of brevity.

If you were to worship a food and build a shrine for, what would it be?

Cheeseburgers because…

1. They are the delicious food (in my opinion)

2. It has the four main food groups- wheat (bun), protein (patty), dairy (cheese), and vegetables (lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, etc.)

3. Cheeseburgers can also have bacon for the person who answered “bacon…The candy of the meat world”

What’s the number one food humans should eat?

There isnt any one thing for humans. Some species have evolved to live on a very singular kind of diet as you mention, but humans need a variety in their diet. We should have a lot more vegetable matter with some animal protein in modest amounts. Just look at our teeth and compare it to other species. A predatory cat has teeth made for killing and ripping chunks of flesh. Their stomach is much more highly acidic to digest raw meat. A horse has front teeth for cutting but large flat back teeth for grinding. Look at a humans…we have a little bit of both…..that says, from an evolutionary point of view, we need a variety on our diet

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For food photography, is my Canon 550D 18-55mm enough?

To take better food photos, should I buy another lens for my Canon 550D 18-55mm? Or is this camera "too old" already and should I just buy a new one? Or maybe just a new phone that has a good camera … (my friend has the latest iPhone and takes a sharper picture than my 550d …)

Thank you

Is there a way to buy food in bulk in Germany?

Is there a cheaper way to buy food in bulk in Germany than in the supermarket? Could you somehow get, say, 60-100 eggs, or 10 liters of milk, for cheaper?

[ Food Service ] Open question: How do I fire this guy?

So I have a coworker who is mean to me every day, I work in a warehouse and every time he sees me he pushes me and calls me late. It really hurts my feelings to the point where I start crying. I want this Mothereffer fired, how do I do it?

Analysis of the food traceability system developed by Walmart with Hyperledger Fabric – Cryptocurrency corner

Creating a (traceability) system for the entire food supply ecosystem is always a challenge. At Oodles, we believe that blockchain technology is a good option to address this problem with the Hyperledger application development services. Blockchain enables trust, immutability and transparency in the business ecosystem. In the past, many companies tried to create a traceability system, but they never escalated because they were centralized databases. Blockchain is a decentralized and shared ledger that can improve the legacy food system. Given the potential of blockchain in business, Walmart decided to develop two proof-of-concept (POC) projects.