A fully fledged Android timetable app used to track my class schedules at university. It came fully featured with a tutorial page, snazzy animations, and a custom built UI.
An Android app written in Java using an SQLite database.
Sports everything you’d expect from an app - a custom styled UI with animations, a tutorial page, and basic CRUD operations including copy and paste.
Built for personal use (3+ years of use) and to learn about Android development while studying at university.
This was an app designed to digitise my hand-made timetables back at university. I considered similar apps at the time to be overly complicated or lacking features that I wanted. I also wanted to practice app development - my new interest at the time.
An example of my actual timetable I made each semester. I wanted this in app form.
Some features include:
A UI of my own design with purpose-built components.
Multi-week timetable support with automatic week switching.
Smooth ‘sticky swipe’ navigation when swiping between days or weeks.
A colour picker to style different subjects.
Dynamic screen size support.
VideoLook at that menu spin!
Everything was built using Java, Android, and SQLite. Many of the components were custom built in order to realise my vision. Here are a few:
The ‘week selector’ and ‘week edit’ screens are custom drawn according to how many periods and days the user sets up.
‘Sticky swipe’ sliders which animate smoothly to fixed positions after a user has stopped swiping. No libraries seemed to fit my needs at the time.
Popups which feature a transparent background, coloured edges, and that ridiculous spin animation.
The custom angled menu navigator at the bottom of the screen which is also transparent.