SoPra (software practical) is part of my Bachelor program “Software Engineering” at the department of our Professor Stefan Wagner. Together with two other students I had to realize a software project within one semester. This year’s assignment was to create a Java-tool that supports tournaments for card-based games. But developing the tool was not everything – like in a real software-projects different documents like an offer, specification, system draft, project plan, test protocol needed to be created. Our team consisted of Larissa Laich, Josef Mair and me. Naming our Product Our software is named “NICHTS” (which means “NOTHING” in German) and stands for “Neue innovative clevere hilfreiche Turnier-Software” (“New innovative clever helpful tournament software”). The naming of a product is very important – people will remember the name when they[…]
We developed an app which helps to collect donations for charity by running. People who participate pledge a certain amount of money for every mile you run which is then automatically collected and donated to the charity organization. You can select from different charity organizations manually who should receive the donations which are collected by your running activity.
In 2013 we published the first app-version for Leinfelden-Echterdingen’s annual “Krautfest”. The festival is visited by more than 100’000 visitors on one weekend. The new app also contains a bus-tracking feature, which shows the location of the Krautfest-bus-shuttles live on a map – that’s a brand-new feature which isn’t even available in the official VVS app! We presented the app at the press conference last week. The app is available for iOS and Android. Read more about our app here: Vereinsring Echterdingen, Stadt Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Stuttgarter Zeitung, Amtsblatt
We’re proud to announce that our app “iRedstone” for iOS, Android and Mac OS has been downloaded more than 1 million times! At the same time we reached another milestone: iRedstone is among the top five most downloaded apps in Germany – being downloaded more often than Doodle Jump! iRedstone has been featured on television, watch the excerpt here:
Today we’re proud to announce that our app “iRedstone” has been released by Apple’s review team on the iTunes AppStore and is available for iPhone and iPod Touch. iRedstone contains many instructions which are related to the redstone-electronics within the popular computer-game “Minecraft”. Redstone is not simple to learn, so we created this app to help everyone who’s interested to learn the basics. If you want to submit your own instructions you can do it here: firstname.lastname@example.org
I developed some little iPad programs which I want to share with you. These apps have been developed using Codify, which is available on the AppStore. Sine Wave Generator: Planet Simulation: Particle Engine: