Interactive mobile profiler
Lee, Nicholas Yong Hwee
Date of Issue2017
School of Computer Science and Engineering
Interactive Mobile Profiler is a location-based Android application that matches events created by users to other users. The target audience ranges from casual users to big event organizers. The type of users is split into two – organizers and potential participants. Users can specify their interests in various topics that can be modified at any time. These preferences will be used to serve interests-specific events to them. Moreover, participants can also view events around their vicinity and the distance search range can be tweaked at any time. These events are matched dynamically and in real-time. In other words, the moment the organizer posted his event, everyone in the vicinity or with matching-interests will see it instantly. This is achieved by building the application alongside with Amazon DynamoDB which boasts single-digit millisecond latency. The organizers can create events in an advertisement manner that will be shown to interested and/or nearby users. These created events are tagged with specific interests which will be used to show to relevant users. Furthermore, the application also incorporates various quality-of-life features such as an intuitive user interface, ability to get step-by-step directions of an event, social media sharing and many more.
DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Software::Software engineering
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University