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As this is the Beta version, the app screens currently aren’t connected, as most of the focus has been on the UI and NFC implementation. Below are captures of the various screens within the app and links to demos of the NFC implementation.
Log In Screen
Signature YLLOW background used for this screen.
Sign Up Screen
This screen is for basic user sign-up. The user can go along with the default YLLOW profile picture, or choose to upload their own.
Here the user chooses their location.
Notification Settings Screen
This is where the user decides to enable/disable notifications.
User Feed Screen
This is where user feed appears.
This is where the user recieves notifications.
Invite Friends Screen
Users can choose to invite their friends to the app using this feature.
Camera Roll Screen
When the user decides to access this camera roll in order to upload a photo, this is what they are greeted by.
This is the screen the user is met with then they are about to post.
This is what the user sees when they are about to comment,.
View Comments Screen
This is what the user sees when they want to view comments.
Add Post Screen
This is the screen the user sees when they are about to create a post.
Friends List Screen
This is where the user can find a list of their friends.
Post Options Pop-Up
This is what comes up when the user wants to view their options on a post. They can copy a link to the post, report it, or cancel to exit.
This is what the basic user profile looks like.
User Settings Screen
These are the user settings.
Edit Profile Screen
This is what the user sees when they want to edit their profile.
Here is a demonstration of NFC tag reading capabilities achieved through Swift. The simulator returned an error stating that the device does not support NFC reading because Apple does not support the emulation of NFC reading on their simulators at the moment.
NFC Writer Example App (from Apple’s site)
This is a demo of a writing app from Apple’s website (used as an example for NFC-writing capabilities). The simulator returned an error stating that the device does not support NFC writing because Apple does not support the emulation of NFC writing on their simulators at the moment.