Precision Mode In this mode, the user practices with a classic shooting target, which can be easily printed out from the app. For better visibility, before starting the drill, the user can adjust the way the target is shown on the iPad’s screen by moving it and zooming in and out. By default, each drill lasts 30 seconds and ends after 10 shots. However, the user can adjust the settings in line with their needs by changing the number of shots per target, drill duration, countdown settings and the number of drill repetitions. In addition to that, it is possible to turn on the acoustic signals and voice commands for more interactivity. While practicing the drill, the user can view their score in the real time and right away on the screen. The overall statistics, including the drill duration, split times and the score of each hit, will be available as the drill ends. Silhouette Mode The silhouette mode enables the user to shoot at as many as 6 targets per a drill or set hit different zones within one target. As is with the precision mode, to ensure target alignment, the user can simply lay the targets shown on the screen over the real ones with a possibility to move and resize them. Here, there are two modes: shooting at targets in a pre-defined order and shooting at randomly called targets. In both modes, the user can set the timing, acoustic commands and the number of shots. It is also possible to set the amount of shots required to ‘shoot down’ a target as well as the color for ‘shot-down’ targets. In all other aspects, including statistics, the silhouette mode is similar to the precision mode.
An application that allows you to track orders from different delivery services, as well as determine whether the job has been done or the order has been delivered to the retail stores. Initially, the customer required an application that would eliminate the need for tracking the stage of delivery of drugs and the need for calling the pharmacies to make sure the drugs ordered by the patient have arrived. However, during the app development, more scopes of application have been added. The application for the client allows the client to make an order right from the queue. QR-codes are used for the information exchanged between the client and the seller. By scanning QR code on the seller’s phone screen, the client lets the server know that the they are the one who are placing an order. After that, the program proceeds with the order. The client’s application includes the calendar, history, GPS map (for visual tracking), and notifications. This means, the client doesn’t have to ever call the seller to find out whether the order has been made or the goods have been delivered. For maximum efficiency, the goods and services are broken down into groups that the client can create and control. In addition, all estimated delivery times, locations are shown on the calendar, and map.
CS:GO is a Counter Strike betting application. The application is free, and monetization is planned through advertising. The customer wanted to make an application for the fast-growing field of cybersport. Initially, only the iOS application was planned, but during the development, the version for Android was also added. The application requires the user to login through Facebook, receives the data through the server, and shows the current and upcoming matches. The data is entered by hand in the admin panel. Bets are made with virtual money but one can buy more of it with real money. The user can take a look at the large list of statistical data related to the bets and their results. The application has a scheme of the VIP-levels and achievements. While waiting for the match and also during the match, the users can discuss the match in the chat. The chat was made from scratch with Node. The application is using a complicated automated system of push notifications for key events.