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Ice Time Tracker

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Project Description

Develop an html 5 / javascript based mobile application to track players time during a game.

E.G. How much ice time each player in a hockey game gets.

The app will list the name of each player and the time they have spent in the game so far. The Name/ Timer labels will be on a single button and when pushed the timer should start counting or if already counting stop counting. The very last button in the player list should be an add new player button. This button will quickly add a new button to the list with the default name player "X" x being the next count in the list e.g. If there are 5 players and this button is hit a 6 player button will be created and be labeled "Player 6".


The gears icon will place the app into edit mode. When in edit mode tapping a player button will allow for the name to be edited. This should be done with a simple input box. At the top of the screen in edit mode should be a page system showing the dates of the last three games. Clicking one of these links will pull up the player configuration and times for that game. The page list will also adjust to show the previous and next games. A left and right button on the bottom of the edit screen will also allow the user to navigate through previously saved games.

Saving data:
All data should be stored locally and in a json string. The system will not require login.

See attached mockup
This APP Will need to work in phone gap hence the skill set.


Likely Scenario:
Mother has a son in hockey and wants to track their time on the ice compared to other kids. They app is loaded the mother clicks the buttons for each kid who is on the ice. Timers start for each kid. As a kid is taken off the ice the mother will stop the timer for each kid and restart them as they come back on. When the game ends the mother will save the times for future reference.

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