Generally, there are many applications available in app store for kids but, there is no such app till now in the market that let kids boost their confidence and inner abilities. Forecasting the future capabilities, a client from the USA approached Hyperlink Infosystem to develop an interface that allow kids to interact with the world and boost their self-esteem. The main aim of the client is to develop a system that helps children to boost up their self-confidence by trading their art and craft creation from the home itself. The “Jincky” app is available in both Android and iOS platforms.
Generally, in every application, user navigation is not restricted. They can browse entire application but here the concept is bit different. The major challenge faced here is to manage user navigation as per their subscription plan. Our development team managed this scenario efficiently with dynamic application navigation based on the user subscription. It means corresponding to the selected plan, app activities will be accessed by user and rest will be locked. Entire app access is dynamically managed by our development team.
In the Jincky app, managing the trade items(items in form of arts and crafts developed by kids) is such a tedious and hard job. There was a scenario where the same item was opted to donate as well as for trade. Our development team managed this scenario very rationally. They developed a coding algorithm that will straightaway delete the item that given away to someone else and is still listed in traded item list.
Showcasing users' trade item list in staggered view was the biggest complication our developers might have faced in entire Jincky app development. This complication was smartly managed by our development team. Extracting dynamic height and width of an image along with the implementation of staggered view library in Android and Collection view in iOS, the entire UI was developed and managed.