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Title: Budger: desarrollo de una app financiera
Author: Tamayo Valdivielso, Pablo
Tutor: Escuer Latorre, David
Others: Garrigues Olivella, Carles
Keywords: Flutter
finances
mobile applications
Issue Date: 27-Dec-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: In an increasingly interconnected world, it is necessary to update the way we manage certain aspects of daily life. One of the most important is the management of our personal finances, since our quality of life depends to a great extent on our success in this area. In this context, the idea for this project was born, focused on the development of a personal finance application that helps our users to control their money in a simple way. To achieve this goal, we will use techniques widely known in the field of design and software development through which we can obtain a quality product. In conjunction with these techniques we will use tools such as Flutter, Figma, ClickUp or Android Studio, which will allow us to obtain a better performance when working on the project. By applying these techniques, we have managed to obtain a simple, usable and reliable application that allows a user to organize their finances quickly and plan how they will use their money in the future. This application will work on the main mobile operating systems on the market, being accessible to any user. Once the project has been completed, it has been proven that good planning and the use of the right techniques are the fastest way to create software products and that its success will be deeply linked to our ability to stick to the correct application of these elements.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/137886
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