client-server gps application - repost

  • Status Closed
  • Budget $30 - $250 USD
  • Total Bids 10

Project Description

- client-server GPS based application:

- client: for andorid mobile

- server: windows or linux based with web server (windows based is preferred)

- server side:

- to mark albitary places on the map

- sql based database

- to create 20-30 categories in the database, which should be modifiable whenever

- client side:

- client should register on the server

- the client can mark 20-30 categories, which are important for him/her

- when the client is the near of the marked places on the server, receives message (50-500 charakter) related to the

category that the client previously marked.

For example:

On the server side there are 2 categories and 2 places.

Categories: a) cleaning b) shopping c) way of life, etc...

Places: a) my home b) the home of my ex-wife, etc...

Client side: my son install the application on his phone, register on the web page of the server, and select the category

shopping. When he is in the near of my home, he will receive a message, which was created by me on the server: "please, do

not forget to buy: milk, bread, etc." When he will go to the home of my ex-wife, he should receive the same message:

"please, do not forget to buy: milk, bread, etc."

When my son marked both categories, he should receive messages in both categorie: message a) "please, do

not forget to buy: milk, bread, etc."; message b) "please, do not forget to wash the dishes"

When he go to hike and marke the categorie "C" on the server, I can mark the place on the map of server side, and I can send automatically messages to him. When he arrived at the destination, he should receive message: for example "please, do not forget to take your medicine".

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