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Title: Desarrollo de aplicación Android: Sinlosofía
Author: Crespo Toral, Jose Antonio
Director: Clarisó Viladrosa, Robert  
Tutor: Ceballos Villach, Jordi
Almirall López, Jordi
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: Android
mobile applications
food restrictions
Issue Date: 10-Jan-2018
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: Nowadays, there are more and more people with food restrictions that limit certain aspects of their lives like eating out. The present work aims to help this problem through a tool that helps them find establishments adapted to them. The main objective of the project is the development of a system formed by an Android application, Sinlosofia, and a backend. The Sinlosofia app allows you to search for establishments that offer adapted food for different food restrictions, as well as add new ones, and create a social network to share your opinion about the establishments visited and learn about the experiences of other users. The methodology used in this project has been the Waterfall model that is divided into different stages: Analysis, Design, Implementation, Testing and Maintenance. It is worth highlighting the use of User Centered Design that places the needs and characteristics of the user at the center of each of the design stages. The development of the application has been done natively with Android Studio and the Android SDK, while the backend has used Firebase that integrates a multitude of products for this purpose. On the other hand, other libraries and APIs have also been used (Google Maps, Glide and Espresso). Finally, the result obtained is a functional and refined product that meets the objectives defined at the beginning of the project. In addition, it has allowed us to increase and consolidate the knowledge acquired during the master's degree.
Language: Spanish
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