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Mobile Photo Management App

This project received 48 bids from talented freelancers with an average bid price of $911 USD.

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Project Budget
$250 - $750 USD
Total Bids
48
Project Description

Freelancer Bid
This is a bid for an iPhone app that will take pictures and automatically upload them to a webdav server. Information (photos) will be stored into a folder (directory) based on an entered identification code enterable either via barcode scanning or manually (as a text field). App will have hardcoded values to resize images to specifications. Photos will be temporarily stored on the camera roll if there is no network connectivity, but the expectation is that when they are transferred to the webdav server that they will be removed from the local drive. Additional settings will be available for changing the location(URL) of the server and allowing the user to specify the size of the outputted image. Basic logging will be made available on the device and can be transferred to the webdav server in a logging folder. iPad and iPhone versions of the app are required. This will be an enterprise app and not sold through the app store. An Android app will be developed as a separate project after the iPad and iPhone versions are completed.

Expectations:
Webdav integration.
User authentication through Webdav cloud server.
Settings as seen in the image.
Standard Sizes for photos as seen in the image.
Git or svn repository (whichever the developer prefers) will be provided for code history and audits.
Unit tests.
We will provide developer credentials through apple.
Logging will track logins, errors, size and quantity of pictures transferred, settings selected, barcode vs manually data entry.

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