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Android Developer

 

  • Android SDK

  • Java

  • Agile

  • Job Posted:

  • Expires On: Wednesday, April 18, 2018

  • Job Type: Contract

  • Duration: 6 months

  • Desired Salary: $113.63/hr

  • Work Authorization: Resident/Citizen

  • Denver, CO

Android Software Developer/Architect @ (HIDDEN)

4/30/2010 - Current

Role Description

Conceived, developed and implemented a suite of workout applications. The apps allow users to create custom workouts, tracks and displays the users progress while performing a workout and displays the results of the workout. The apps store all workouts to the devices local storage so that they can be reviewed at any time. Free and paid versions of two applications are currently available in the Google Play Store. Significant Android technological features in the apps include:•Support libraries are used to implement fragments and action bars and maintain backward compatibility to Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).•Android Services are used to maintain processing if the application is minimized for any. The application status is reported in a notification which can be used to resume the app.•The applications use fragments to make the layouts flexible such that they have a split screen when run on a tablet and a single pane when run on a phone.•The applications use multiple resource and layout files in order to support multiple screen sizes and pixel densities.•The applications support both landscape and portrait orientations.•The applications use concurrency constructs such as Threads, Handlers and AsynTasks to perform all long running operations.•The applications use local storage through both shared preferences and the SQLite database.•Track My Intervals uses the location service to track and record the users location. These locations are displayed using the Google Maps V2 API.Applications available in the Google Play Store:•Track My Laps - ************/store/apps/details?id=com.guam.cardioprolr•Track My Intervals - ************/store/apps/details?id=com.guam.cardioproct

 

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