In the previous post, I described the Family Finance Tracker application in terms of functionality. The scope of works of the first version, which will be public, is already closed. At the moment I’m working on refining these functionalities. So I think that the time has come to share with you the information on how, technically, the application has been built, and how it happened that one programmer was able to do a working application simultaneously for Android, iOS, as well as a version running in a web browser in 3 months.
In previous post, I described a few basic, mostly configuration functionalities of the Family Finance Tracker application. If you have not read it yet, I encourage you to read it first. In this part, I will try to show, how you can use the application on a daily basis. Let’s start with the menu:
In the previous post I described how we think the perfect app to write expenses should look like. Recently two months have passed since we started development of our own application, which is supposed to meet all these requirements. The time has come when we started our internal testing of our application.
Have you ever wondered what you really spend money on? How much does it take for food, how much for home maintenance, for the car, and how much for things that you really do not realize? Until recently, we did not know, and to be honest it was probably even comfortable for us. We earn quite well, it was enough for the majority of whims and the control of expenses seemed to us unnecessary and very troublesome.