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Android Projects. Luca Bedogni Marco Di Felice Dipartimento di Scienze dell ’ Informazione Università di Bologna. The following proposals must be considered just hints .

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Android projects

Android Projects

Luca Bedogni Marco Di Felice

Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Informazione

Università di Bologna


Android projects

  • The following proposals must be considered just hints.

  • All the main functionalities listed must be implemented (minimal requirements to have the project accepted).

  • We strongly encourage to expand/customize the proposal based on your creativity.


Android projects

  • Projects described in the following must be deployed by a single student. Group projects are not allowed.

  • Project implementation must be original and 100% student work (no code share or reuse).

  • Submit the project by email([email protected]) includingall code, a technical report and directivesrequired to compile/execute the project.


Android projects

  • Best students’ projects will be published on the WILMA-LAB wiki:

  • http://www.cs.unibo.it/projects/wilma-lab/wiki/

  • Read and follow the instructions about projects submission policies (deadlines, validity, etc) on the course website:

  • http://www.cs.unibo.it/bononi


Android projects

PROPOSAL 1

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Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android Budget Tracking Application

  • Track current/periodic expenses

  • Browse data and generate reports

  • Compute and display useful statistics to keep personal finances in order.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android Budget Tracking Application

  • Functionality1: Allow tracking of everyday’s expenses

  • Add information about a current expense (e.g. date, amount, category, description, etc)

  • Save all the information on a local database

  • Track location (e.g. shop’s location)

  • Optional: Save a picture of the item, acquired through the photocamera

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android Budget Tracking Application

  • Functionality2: Manageperiodic/plannedexpenses

  • Add information aboutperiodicexpenses (e.g. loan)

  • Add information aboutplannedexpenses (e.g. bill)

  • Budget must be updatedat the payment date

  • Periodicremindersshould be shown 1 and 2 daysbefore(e.g. throughnotifications or alertdialogs)

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android Budget Tracking Application

  • Functionality3: Visualize and browseexpenses by date

  • Visualize and enablebrowsing the list of expensesday by day, weekly or monthly

  • Allow the creation of PDF report (savedlocally)

  • Display locations on the Google Maps

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android Budget Tracking Application

  • Functionality4: Provideweekly and monthlystatistics

  • Compute and visualizeusefulstatisticsaboutweekly and monthlyexpenses (e.g. totalexpenses for eachcategory, budget over weeks, etc).

  • Charts can be generated to visualize data.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

PROPOSAL 2

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Implement a LaTeX Editor for Android

  • Provide the possibility to edit a text file.

  • Provide support for LaTeX commands/syntax.

  • Enable remote PDF compiling and file transfer.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Implement a LaTeX Editor for Android

  • Functionality 1: Typical Editor Functionalities

  • Open a text file

  • Edit the file

  • Save the file

  • Close the file

  • ..

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Implement a LaTeX Editor for Android

  • Functionality 2: Support to LaTeX syntax/commands

  • Highlight the LaTeX commands/symbols (e.g. with colored text).

  • Help the user in inserting the LaTeX symbols (e.g. math symbols) on the text.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Implement a LaTeX Editor for Android

  • Functionality 3: Enable remote PDF compiling.

  • The app must transfer the .tex file to a remote server, where a PDF compiler is working.

  • Once the PDF is ready, it must be transferred back to the mobile device. An Intent should be generated to open the File.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Implement a LaTeX Editor for Android

  • Functionality 3: Enable remote PDF compiling.

  • (Optional) Manage also the compiler log (e.g. to handle the presence of errors).

  • (Optional) Allow the users to insert images to the .tex document. In this case, a .zip archive should be produced and sent to the remote server.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

PROPOSAL 3

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android RSS(Really Simple Syndication)Client

  • Add new RSS feeds

  • Display the RSS feeds.

  • Share a post link on a social media.

  • Congureparameters

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android RSS(Really Simple Syndication)Client

  • Functionality 1. Addnew RSS feeds

  • Usersenters web URLscorresponding to an RSS feeds

  • A service shouldcheck the validity of the URL.

  • A list of current RSS feeds must be mantained.

  • Add new RSS feedsbased on Intentslaunched

  • by otherapplications.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android RSS(Really Simple Syndication)Client

  • Functionality 2. Display the RSS feeds

  • Show the list of feedsregistered in the device, with the number of unreadposts.

  • Show the posts on clicking on a feed.

  • Enablemarking of a post through long-click (marktype: read, unread, favourite).

  • Enable off-line readingthrough a local database

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android RSS(Really Simple Syndication)Client

  • Functionality 3. Share a post link to social media

  • The applicationshouldprovide, via a long click listener or somethingsimilar, an action to post a link in social networks suchasTwitter or Facebook.

  • Additional text can be (eventually) inserted by the user.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android RSS(Really Simple Syndication)Client

  • Functionality 4. Configureparameters

  • Allow a userconfiguring the applicationparameters(e.g. frequency update).

  • Use AndroidSharedPreferencessystem to savepreferencesvalues, loadthemwhen the applicationis up.

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

PROPOSAL 4

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android IFTTT (If-this-than-that) Engine

  • Recognizea set of pre-definedcontexts.

  • Capturea set of pre-definedevents.

  • Definea list of possibleactions.

  • Allow the creation of rules:

  • <Context,Event>  Action

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android IFTTT (If-this-than-that) Engine

  • Functionality 1: Recognize a set of contexts

  • Allow user’s defying context name (e.g. meeting) and characteristics.

  • Basic characteristics:

    • Temporal information (e.g. date/time)

    • Spatial information (e.g. GPS location)

    • Mobility information (e.g. GPS speed, acceleration, etc)

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android IFTTT (If-this-than-that) Engine

  • Functionality 1:Recognize a set of contexts

  • Allow user’s defying context name (e.g. meeting) and characteristics.

  • Optional (fine-grained) characteristics:

    • Sensor values and patterns (e.g. accelerometer)

    • Radio interface state (e.g. WiFi state)

    • Microphone/videocamera inputs

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android IFTTT (If-this-than-that) Engine

  • Functionality 2: Event Recognition

  • Capture and recognize a list of external events

  • that might occurr on the smartphone..

  • Examples of events:

    • Phone call incoming

    • SMS reception

    • WiFi detected

    • ….

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android IFTTT (If-this-than-that) Engine

  • Functionality 3: Provide a list of pre-denedactions and noticationsthat can be executed.

  • Three categories of actions:

    • Modifythe smartphonesetting(e.g ring tones on/off)

    • Recallthe user'sattentionthrough status-bar notifications

    • Performoperationson social media (e.g. publish a state update on Facebook)

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


Android projects

Android Project Proposals

  • Android IFTTT (If-this-than-that) Engine

  • Functionality 4: Allow a userspeciying IFTTT rules.

  • IFTTT Rule: <Context, Event>  Action

    • Continously monitor context/event and performcorrespondingaction

  • Optional elements:

    • Allowcombining multiple contexts/eventsthroughbooleanoperators (AND,OR, NOT)

    • Allow multiple actions on the same IFTTT rule

(c) Luca Bedogni 2012


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