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[Cab My Ride Taxi Service]

Objective-C Mobile Applications Date: Aug 2017

Cab My Ride Project website: http://cabmyride.com/
Technologies used: Objective-C, Android SDK, PHP, RESTful Web Services, Git

Cab My Ride is a Southampton (UK) - based taxi company that takes on Uber through offering intuitive mobile phone application and individualised, location-based discounts provided by local businesses.

My role in the project was to hold project meetings with the company's owner, help him to design user interfaces and user interaction mechanisms, schedule tasks for junior back-end and Android developers and lead iOS development.

The full solution consists of an Android and an iOS application and an administration area where live jobs and customers can be managed.



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