After the discussions we had with the sponsor, we have decided to implement a few changes in the project scope to provide a more holistic experience of the application. Hence, as mentioned in midterm, more native pages are introduced in the application, which majorly affected the project schedule.
In view of this change, our team has decided to drop one of our additional functionality to better concentrate on the additional functions to be done.
From the feedbacks received from the midterm presentation and the user testing, our team decided to add in a Guest function to allow users to try out the functions without the need to login. Additionally, many entry points are included to allow users to login.
Furthermore, our team changes our offline map library used to Mapsforge, a library which supports vector maps. The actual map file will be stored within Qiito server, where it can be retrieved when users download their travelogue.
To cater to this, our team decided to drop our additional functionality and instead focus on the new changes.
1. Improvement in performance in terms of loading speed and minimal crashes
2. Improvement in User navigation and look and feel
Qiito has 3 servers used: one for development, another to simulate real data usage, and the live server used for their users.
The compiled apk package is then uploaded into Google Play, where any users can access to this.
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