Case Study of Laundry Application

You may not think of laundry as a high-tech industry, but at Laundry we’ve invested large quantity in technology to transform the laundry room experience for our customers.

The result is drove towards the intelligent systems that allow for real-time connectivity, easy to use mobile apps, and quicker service response, remote laundry monitoring and smart-card payment.

Being dynamic, multi-national business, technology enables us to maximize laundry room profits, deliver superior service, keep a pulse on what’s important to our customers, and maintain the lifetime customer retention rate.

Phases of Laundry Application

A.) Pick  

pick up

B.) Wash 

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C.) En-Route  

   

En-Route

                                                                    

D.) Drop  

                                       drop                                                

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Features of LaundryD App:

  • One tap (Request on the Home Pick Button) to complete all your laundry requirement
  • You can Track status of your laundry request whenever you want.
  • Order history of your current and previous orders.
  • You will receive Apps notifications on your mobile. After successful completion of your laundry request.
  • You can mark your pickup and delivery time slot at the time of placing the request.
  • Live location tracking of pickup/delivery persons.
  • Simplified and secured advanced payment options.

 

Working of Laundry:

PICK: This section is again divided in to 3 sub-sections with a progress form, where contractor have to add details of laundry, like type, unit and Quantity, than contractor have to Submit date for DROP, on last sub-section, contractor have to get sign of a assigned person and submit form.

WASH: After getting laundry, Contractor supply this laundry to washing unit. Taking washing unit authority signature. (Here authorities can check laundry details).

EN-ROUTE: On Getting, Laundry from washing unit, contractor can add notes for laundry.

DROP: This section is again divided in to 2 sub-sections with a progress form, where contractor have to add details of DROPED laundry, like type, unit and Quantity, than contractor have to get sign of a assigned person than contractor submit form.

Conclusion

Here, at Laundry, we believe that each of the laundry order – no matter big or small – is an opportunity to provide better service. We make it a point to collect data and feedback from user, and act on it as fast as we can. Also, we make sure that our presented laundry must know our customers’ standards and that you people as customers get the very best out of it. We trust in giving you the best and most remarkable experience – that even though doing your laundry is our job, it becomes a smooth and unified experience every time, without flop.

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User Interface For Android Application Development

UI stands for User Interface. In Every project, UI (User Interface) is very important because it gives look and feel to the application and also makes the application user interactive and user friendly.

With the help of UI, user can interact with the application easily and can become friendly in a very less time that’s why we can also say that User Interface (UI) in the industrial field of human-computer interaction is the space where interactions between machines and human occur.

The objective of this interaction is designing of the application or project to which a user has to interact.

Generally, the objective of UI design is to produce a user interface which makes it easy, efficient and enjoyable i.e. user-friendly to operate a machine or application in a very less time.

With the increased use of personal computer in today world and the relative decline in societal awareness of heavy machinery, the term interface is generally assumed to mean the graphical user interface.

User Interface can be different for different applications and it can be according to the need of user that how the user wants to see the application or how user wants to see it.

In android we use different tools, to make the UI of application or project, there are a lot of tools available in android like edit Text for taking or editing message, button for submit or saving the message, password field for taking password, email for email, phone number for number, rating bar for rating the application and many more are available.

There is an example of user interface given below by which you can easily understand how our application looks like and how it provides usability to the user. It can be a number of different screens to present data or to flow the information.

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Building  a Simple User Interface:

The graphical user interface for an Android App is built a hierarchy of view and ViewGroup objects are usually UI widgets such as buttons, edit texts or text field. ViewGroup objects are invisible view containers that define how the child views are laid out.

Android provides an XML to the subclasses of View and ViewGroup so you can define your UI in XML using a hierarchy of UI elements.

We can say that layouts are subclasses of the ViewGroup and layout can be linear layout, vertical layout or relative layout.

  1. Create a linear layout
    1. Open Android studio, select your project and open Android studio’s project window, you have to go to the app >res>layout>activity_main.xml.
    2. When you open a layout file, you are first shown the design editor in the layout Editor.
    3. Delete everything whatever is written over there and insert the following XML in the XML file:rsz_linear_layout
    4. Linear Layout is subclass of View Group or View that lays your child views in either a orientation as vertical or horizontal, as specified by the android: orientation attribute.

    There are two other attributes, android: layout_width and the android:layout_height, which are required for all views in order to specify the size of layouts.

    Because the linear layout is the root view in the layout, it should fill the entire screen area and by setting the width and height to “match_parent”.

    Add a Text field

    If you want to add a text field in your project then you have to go to the activity_main.xml file, within the <Linear Layout> element and add the following <EditText> elements in then XML file.

    rsz_add_edit_text

  2. Add String Resources

    Your Android project includes a string resource file by default at res>values>strings.xml. Here, you can add two new strings in the strings.xml file.

    1. From the project window, you have to go res>values>strings.xml

    2. Add two strings by which your file looks like this

    rsz_1adding_string_resource

    Add a Button

    First go to the activity_main.xml file and add a button according to the way you want and description for button XML is given below.

     rsz_button

    Make the input box fill in the screen width

    Go to activity_main, modify the edit text according tom your need which will look like given below:

     rsz_input_box_fill

    Now here is a small view of your complete activity_main.xml layout file in which there is a layout which is linear, an edit text in which your text will appear and a button which can be used according to your need whether for save or submit.

    rsz_complete_look

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