Master of Science
Soon-Ok Park, Ph.D.
(Clare) Xueqing Tang, Ph.D.
Neng-Shin Chen, M.S.
Developing applications for Windows Phone these days has become more captivating. Till date, people have been using Visual Studio and Expression Blend to implement Windows Phone applications. By using these two Software Development tools developers used to develop mobile applications with great achievement. Accordingly, Microsoft used to take some great changes to improve the Developer and end user experience on the Platform of Windows Phone. Additionally, Windows Phone App Studio is such a great initiative. In other hand Microsoft has recently introduced Project Siena to design Metro Application in WP. All these great tools have results windows phone app creators excited because of their greatness but user friendly features. In this Project we are going to develop an application based on exploring our medicine products with facility of order products from app.
In this windows phone application, we are maintaining list of medicine products like tablets, ear and eye drops and etc. Each product contains unique name with different combination of medicines that are measured in Mg (Milligrams).
This application derived in 5 tiles i.e. Order Products, Price Estimator, Ask Question, Information and Feedback. In Order Products tile, customers can able to scroll the list of all products and they can order by selecting products. Price estimator allows user to estimate the cost by selecting the product and quantity. Ask Question tile, allows user to ask any question or required information to know the information from administrator. Information tile, allows users to know the contact details of organization by clicking on contact us and partners to get supporting business partner’s information. In Feedback tile, users can write the review to organization regarding products and application.
Babers, Sreeja; Boggavarapu, Abhilash; and Chinkeri, Priyanka Reddy, "Extensive Medical Application Using Windows Phone" (2016). All Capstone Projects. 218.