eSpace's product manager, Hamdy Khalil, will be participating and showcasing eSpace's products at the 2009 ArabCruch Demo taking place on the 23rd of February in Amman, Jordan.
The final submission date for the competition has been extended to 5 October 2008 11:59 PM Alexandria time. to allow final polishing to the submitted applications. Good Luck for every one
If you are a student at The Computer Science Department, Alexandria University then you have come to the right place!
This summer is your opportunity to show what talent you've got in location based applications using the weNear API. The competition will commence on the first of July 2008 and the final submission date is 31 August 2008 11:59 PM Alexandria time.
A few tips to get you started:
- To know more about the architecture of weNear, go here.
- The weNear API documentation is available here.
- To give you a bootstrap, we've generated the client/server communication code in several languages. Pick a file from the following list depending on the language you're using:
- Standard Java (>= 1.5) (requires net.sf.json)
- Android Java (requires org.json)
- Objective-C (Cocoa)
- Using a different language? Contact us at email@example.com, and we'll do our best to help you.
- When your shiny new application is ready, go here and submit it!
- weNear is still considered beta, so if you encounter any issues please report them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This post gives a quick idea about the architecture of weNear and highlights some of the decisions that were made. So, without further ado, let's get started...
The weNear server is intentionally kept to just the bare minimum required to make the user location available to services that the user approves.