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Title: Desarrollo de aplicación Android: EasyCook!
Author: Cantos Pérez, Antonio
Director: Clarisó Viladrosa, Robert  
Tutor: Ceballos Villach, Jordi
Keywords: REST
mobile applications
Issue Date: 8-Jan-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Due to the revolution suffered at the beginning of the century with the invention of the so-called smartphones, today's society has undergone very varied changes affecting the different levels of society. This fact coupled with the shortage of time, has led to the emergence of many applications of fast food or home delivery, being its main niche market young people, many more familiar with the devices discussed above. This situation has caused eating habits to change, leading in many cases to unhealthy routines. It is for this reason that EasyCook! has born, with the aim of bringing healthy habits and culinary knowledge to the youngest sector of the population. For its correct development, a cascade model is proposed with the requirements, design, implementation, verification and maintenance phases, although with an modification, during the design phase of the graphical interface, an iterative model will be used in order to improve its adaptation to user-centered design phases. In terms of implementation, it has been decided to develop a native Android application under Java, and Python for the server that provides data to it, through the use of REST interfaces. For this, it was necessary to use external libraries that facilitated the integration of the product. Finally, a usable, robust and friendly product was obtained that met the goals of the project and, during its development, provided interesting lessons to apply in the future.
Language: Spanish
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