My doctor advised me to keep a record of my life (eat, sleep, time of activity, etc.), so I started by looking over some Journey diary app /details?id=com.journey.app&start=90&hl=ja) However, after continuing for about a month, I noticed that there was no essential function. .. ..
That's right (`・ ω ・ ´)
There is no summary view (`・ ω ・ ´)
So, I decided to write in Java because I was free during the leave period and I was studying with a design pattern book on time (∩´∀ ｀) ∩
There is a free version and a paid version. I bought the paid version of Premium (Is it sold out for 600 yen?).
↓ Journal view (Journey screen)
↓ Calendar view
↓ Photo Video Collection
↓ Map (holds the recorded GPS position)
↓ You can extract by tagging
↓ What you can do with the premium version
↓ What you can do with the cloud version
↓ Setting screen 1
↓ Setting screen 2
↓ Setting screen 3
↓ Search 1
↓ Search 2
It's still less than a year's data, but for now it works smoothly and comfortably.
As you can see in the introduction, there is no view that can be presented as a list. I haven't mastered this data because I can't judge at a glance whether or not the rhythm of life has been resolved (where I want you to officially implement the function).
Since it has the following environment, we examined the configuration as shown in the figure.
↓ Activity diagram
↓ Prototype deliverable (output as pie chart)
With that said, you can relax without worrying about the delivery date and completeness (∩´∀ ｀) ∩ If you handle all of them, the article will be long, so I wonder if I should summarize it by point.
Next time, I think it's a rough class design (`・ ω ・ ´)