Built for Chronoresto, an established food delivery service based in Paris, France from 2001. The Grood concept was an exciting and original effort to revolutise grouped food ordering within the industry.
Released on both IOs and Droid platforms, it used cutting edge technology to deliver a great user experience despite a relatively small development team (6-10 people).
Group Food Ordering
Native Complex Screens
Top Tier UX
Real time App Interactions
There was an existing Web API for the web based restaurant sales business when we started building the mobile variant. So, as a proof of concept for the Xamarin based
architecture, we built a mobile variant of the web site in terms of functionality but with a focused mobile UX.
Once the Xamarin prototype was completed and released to the app store as a successful Proof of Concept, then the bespoke work of creating the original idea of the Grood (Group ordering of food!)
could begin. Leveraging Xamarin.IOS, Mvvmcross, Native Complex Screens, Local Storage, Mapping, Real Time interactions via Pubnub, Notifications for user information along with Async Web Services to talk to the backend, it had everything a cutting edge app uses in 2017.
SQLite.NET for Offline Data Access
MvvmCross for shared core business logic and UX rules.
Native screens for pixel perfect UX
Web API and Async Consumer for Data Services
Shared Core Code with Android Application
Real-time messaging for Group Interactions
Maps, Image Work and Connectivity Monitoring
~62000+ Lines of C#
~5000 Lines of XML
~1300 Graphics Files
100s of Restaurants
1000s of Menu Items
Grood IOS App Walkthrough
Trumpet Blow: I was fortunate enough to be the Lead Xamarin Developer on this project, working with some really high quality team members to bring this to life with a relatively small team.
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