4.1 App Screen 1 (UI + Backend integration)
Since our app was Android based mobile app , we used Android Studio for our designing part.
We recommend the following documentation for novice.
Android Studio supports annotations for variables, parameters, and return values to help you catch bugs, such as null…developer.android.com
Learn Android from Google, the leading expert in the industry. Get best practices for how to build an Android App…www.udacity.com
For the back-end development, the required connection to the database was on the Console offered by Hasura. Hasura offers built in Data and Authentication APIs .
Futher, following documents can be of a great help
In the previous post I mentioned the different options available for Mobile Application Developers to get started with…blog.hasura.io
In the previous blog post, we spoke about the importance of server side application for Mobile Application Developers…blog.hasura.io
After basic registration and log-in screens as follows,
Screenshot of our Home Screen, which then provides access to the main frames of our App is:
First Screen of our App allows the user to add as many passwords as he/she wants. These passkeys will be stored in an encrypted manner and could be revealed only by long-pressing. ( We will learn this in our Second Screen Integration part)
This AddPass key has two fields:
Application name : name of the app whose passkey has to be stored
Password: password of the corresponding app
This is how the screen looks
And now we are done with the first screen and its integration.
Next, we will learn UI and Backend Integration of the Second Screen of our app.
Happy Learning! :)