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We will provide you with a CVS repository containing an Android App with:
(a) a MapView
(b) A [url removed, login to view] file containing 10 telephone numbers and 100 addresses
The first two address are the origin and destinations respectively. We will also provide you a link to the solution on [url removed, login to view] for MakeRoute. Below are the three Android problems.
Add a “Dial” and “Hang-Up” button to the MapView
The Dial button will: (a) dial the first number in the [url removed, login to view] file (b) keeping the MapView visible (i.e. dial in the background)
The Hang-Up button will: (a) disconnect the number while (b) keeping the Dialer activity active (i.e. dialer in the background)
Note: It’s possible for you to create a solution that works on the AVD, but fails when it runs on certain Android phones.
Use the Google Maps API to connect each of the 100 addresses in the [url removed, login to view]
Parse the JSON object returned by the Maps API call
Store the results of the parse in a SqlLite Database
The table columns are: (a) address, (b) geopoint, (c) *polyLine string, (d) *distance.
Hint: The route does NOT have to be “optimized” and this requires a trick.
(*) from current address to the next address.
Import the solution code to the Android project.
Use the code to calculate a route using the provided addresses.
Write the route to the same SqlLite Database you created in Maps API
Display the route on the map.
The result should look something like this (see attached file):
fig 1. output of MakeRoute
In general, the Dialer problem is the easiest and MakeRoute is the hardest. This is primarily due to a limit of the Google Maps API. Feel free to use any short-cuts, open source libraries or your own code. We will review every line of code.
Dev. team or Individual MUST be available daily for at least two hours during our work hours (10am-6pm PST). All communication must be mutually documented and noted for clarity and consistency. Daily committing of code to CVS and Google App Engine is mandatory. To that end, the chosen team will need to sign a legally binding confidentiality agreement and sign over the rights to the final implemented project.
Android SDK 2.1+
Google Maps API
Computer Science expertise with emphasis on algorithms, data structures, complexity & asymptotic performance
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Hi, I am a Software Engineer, with 5 years experience, from India. Java, PHP and DBMS are my specialities. Would like to work with you, as per the proposal. Thanks, Sham Patole