Address2Mobile project facilitates to user transfer information from screen (other devices also is possible) to mobile. In concrete it helps to user to create new nodes into LibreGeoSocial (LGS) application. Until now if you would like to create a new node in LGS, it should be done manually, introducing the text of the note by hand (using the mobile keyboard).

Address to mobile add a new method for this task. It uses the mobile camera for read QR Codes that will content encoded the information. Once that mobile read QR code, the LGS application incorporates the encode information into a new note ready to upload to the server.

This project is part of the Master on Free Software imparted by LibreSoft and Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. The author of this project is Carlos Cortes and Address2mobile is part of LibreGeoSocial official trunk. You can get the source code of LGS patch in subversion log and the source code of client-side-maps is availabled in the subversion. All code, of course, is FLOSS.

A great final project. Carlos thanks for your collaboration in LibreGeoSocial!

LibreGeoSocial 1.2: Download
Client-Side-Maps: Demo
Documentation: Presentation [PDF] and Slides [ODP]
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