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Title: Foottrips: aplicación de diarios de viaje geolocalizados para Android
Author: Fernández Fernández, Daniel
Director: Garrigues Olivella, Carles  
Tutor: Giralt Queralt, Francesc
Keywords: geolocation
mobile applications
Issue Date: 3-Jan-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: This project consists of the development of an Android application to create travel diaries that offers the user to geolocate their photos and comments in a simple and intuitive way. "Foottrips" allows to create trip folders where users will add their "Footprints", which would be like postcards with photo and information. Subsequently, trips with their "Footprints" can be viewed as a blog and located on a map. The application development process is divided into four phases. A first phase of research where the objectives, methodology and work plan are established. Followed by a second phase of user-centered design, it continues defining the functionalities, the use cases, the navigation tree of the application, and the prototype to test the visual interface. The third phase proceeds with the development of a native Android application that geolocates and displays content using Firebase and Google Maps. Android Studio is used as a development environment, For the database, user authentication and cloud storage Firebase has been used, and for the geolocation and map management the Google Maps API has been applied. In the fourth and final phase, tests with users and functionality tests are carried out in order to add improvements to the application. By last, it ends with the conclusions of the project and the result of a written report.
Language: Spanish
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