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minimalistic wine store

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This project features:

  • GCD async queues.
  • Core Data.
  • CoreMotion (card shadow moves with gyroscope).
  • Some very cool collectionView stretching (including the tinder-like, swipe right and left, add/remove to cart feature)
  • Very into MVC (for the good and the bad with the huge controllers).
  • An extremely responsive main cell, with clever auto-layout hack, plays adaptively the entire catalog.
  • Only two cocoapods (slider up menu and star ratings)
  • Some serious real-time database with Firebase.
  • A more dense OOP structure.
  • Fully integrated with Apple Pay and PassKit.
  • Notifications (APN).
  • JSON serialization using Decodable objects/ parsing.
  • Two storyboards. (one customer facing, one store owner facing).
  • Full e-commerce flow (From inserting products in catalog to Apple Pay checkout)
  • Smart catalog for entering new products checks against wine data api's and fill the info for the store owner avoiding ghost data.
  • A very minimalistic storyboard.
  • Authentication (google sign in, and email sign in)
  • Access to five different APIs. (involved in the wine label image recognition workflow)
  • Protocols, Singletons and Delegates (many involved in controling the animations).
  • Very intricate animations.
  • Custom designed navigation controls, from scratch, not cocoapods. (top bar is actually an enhanced collection view with programatic auto-layout and positioning).
  • Apple's Material Design and Human Interface Guidelines.
  • Balsamiq prototype.
  • POP (Marvel) prototype.

** This App ranked #1 out of 15 in the class (General Assembly iOS immersive SF).

Total hacking time: ~360 hours in 3 weeks.

Note: This project was huge, involving customer facing and backend interfaces with what looked like an infinite requirements list. It took a crazy sleep deprivation hacking agenda to finish this baby monster in two and a half weeks. This was a trio project. In the end it looks simple and clean, but it's a beast =).

Wireframe for the customer-facing interfaces. screen shot 2017-12-11 at 19 10 57

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Label scan recognition demo: Demo

Screen flow demo: Demo1

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