B.Sc. Thesis: Nalalium v2
Nalalium is the alarm, reinvented. It aims to help people get to their destination despite their degree of tiredness, in spite of that it’s mainly addressed to commuters, students or frequent travelers.
Nalalium enforces the where (not when;)) alarm.
It’s an iOS app already distributed through AppStore and an official website is available: http://www.nalalium.com.
Nalalium is mainly addressed to frequent travelers such as:
Nalalium (v1, branch: RELEASE_1x) is already available on the iOS AppStore, its target device is iPhone but it also runs on the iPad. It is currently priced in tier 1 (.99/.79).
Support to customers is being offered through an automated trouble ticket system; in case of assistance users may write to email@example.com and a ticket will automatically be processed in few minutes.
Current version of Nalalium is a bit out of date and doesn’t make use of several facilities available on the most recent iOS releases. This is a raw list of features for v2:
- Support for background on capable iOS devices
- Support for more-than-one destination: user may add several destination, so he’s relieved from the necessity to insert his destination every single time
- Heuristics for a better energy experience
Nalalium v2 is also being rewritten from scratch; this new, improved, codebase will ease further development.
Schedule and Status
Development for M1 is expected to last four weeks.
|High level view controllers||Week 1||COMPLETED|
|Destination selection and map stuff||Week 1/ Week 2, First half||COMPLETED||A serious bug has been discovered and reported in last iOS public release: Apple NDA applies; a workaround has been developed and deployed.|
|Core controllers||Week 2||COMPLETED (kinda)|
|Generic attuator||Week 3||COMPLETED||This component will be pretty generic: alarms are generic events…;)|
|Tests||—||Postponed to W4||Specific tests, UI Automation tests, perf tests…|