Web library for getting location information from a user.
IndoorLocationProvider using websockets to retrieve the user position from a server
Sample app that retrieves flickr images based on user location
Simple way to detect whether it's light or dark in current user location. Check the sunset and apply a dark theme.
This is a project I've made for my Mobile Apps with open source technologies course. It is an app that is connected to a Firebase db and holds the data of different estates. The user can choose a location and browse the estates in that location. When an estate is clicked he can see a detailed information with cards, a Map page with Angular 2 Google Maps and similar estates. The user can save the estates as favorites and remove them.
A comprehensive website that suggests users a number of hospitals to choose from based on his/her needs and location. An easy and fast method of scheduling an appointment with the preference of date and time.Make the user familiar with the govt schemes available for him/her to benefit from
Now that we have tons of data about Pokemon (what they are, where they are, what’s their relationship, what they can transform into, which attacks they can perform, aso) we want to integrate it all into a comprehensive website. This website should contain sections about each Pokemon and its details. Additionally, the website should register the user’s location and tell the user how close is that the predicted pokemon to him/her. Additionally you will be incorporating the apps that were created by project B,C and D into the website. Your group will need to create automated builds and testing for this apps and use continuous integration to pull in new changes in the code repositories. Apps from projects B-D should be packaged and made available on NPM. Ideally when you completed these tasks the webapp component would integrate the apps by “requiring’ them. Here is a possible user story: when a user opens the website or the app the current location of the user will be shown. Additionally, the website/app will show automatically where the pokemons that are currently active are and where the pokemons that we predict to active in the nearest future (i.e. within half a day) will be located (all of this will be available from the app developed in project D). Hopefully, the website will be somewhat crowded by that data. Then, there needs to be a menu bar or something available (e.g. above the map or on the right side to it) that will list currently active or predicted pokemons. Clicking on one of them will make other pokemons on the map disappear, except of this clicked one. Separate web pages would allow the search and presentation of individual Pokemons and the information we gathered about them, including third party data (project A) and twitter analysis (project C)