Our work history consists of a combination of system and mobile development. Examples are described below.
nakedbus.com® booking system and eWaybill mobile application
NakedDriver, being the name given to the mobile application as used by the drivers, is one part of the eWaybill solution.
The other part is a set of REST based services that consume and output booking data in the JSON format.
As a large area of New Zealand is out of coverage outgoing messages from NakedDriver are queued until such time that a network is available.
During a bus journey the GPS locations are stored are sent back to a central server.
This gives nakedbus.com® the ability to track the progress of a bus at any time and well as being able to perform analysis of the published timetables against the actual timings.
Screenshots of the nakedbus.com® online booking system
Screenshots of the nakedbus.com® eWaybill
In 2010, Wicker Software developed CounterpartyLink's CPL Online product, which is an information system that provides instant online access to CounterpartyLink's entity data by subscription.
Screenshot from CPL Online
We have developed a number of Flex desk top applications via the use of Adobe AIR run time environment.
The DIFX application was based around the delivery of financial based data that was extracted from external data feeds.
This application was used by a data cleansing / verification agency based in London in the UK.
Via the application the company is able to provide annotated screen shots with areas of interest highlighted along with the associated annotated text descriptions.
The company form whom this application was delivered, required that they be able to deliver a number of applications via a virtual desktop.
Once again this application was developed in Adobe Flex using the AIR run time.
The user applications themselves were delivered into the desktop from a central server depending upon the user rights of the logged on party.