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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Natalya Nikitina
Client-Server iOS App "Travel Map"
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2017
A significant number of people is traveling nowadays. Travelers use a variety of mobile applications for different purposes.

Tracking of visited countries is a common need which the client-server iOS app “Travel Map” (further - “Traver”) can fulfill. The app stands out from analogues owing to additional features of a social network (people can have friends in the app, access their profiles and share their own) and recommendations of places to visit in countries from the app’s users.

The paper provides an overview of existing solutions, describes main features of the application as well as the architecture of the software – how client and server sides are organized and designed. In addition, technologies and methods used in the development are described.

The paper contains 38 pages, 2 chapters, 15 illustrations, 2 tables, 38 bibliography items and 5 appendices.

Keywords: travel, travel tracker, travel map, social network, iOS application, recommendations.

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