By Yiyang Chen, Kevin Dang, and Sandeep Kaur
Skeye provides an interactive map framework with the intent on detailing temporary or frequently changed events like flea markets, convention centers, and stadiums. Event coordinators are able to create, reposition, and delete booths that represent space on the map. Booth owners are able to modify details such as opening/closing hours, prices, and merchandise stock. Attendees can post photos of the booth and review the establishment. Updates are fetched frequently so other attendees are able to view new reviews and photos immediately after they are posted.
Yiyang Chen is a Bachelors of Science Software Engineering Graduate from San Jose State University. He enjoys learning new technologies and developing mobile applications in Java, Swift, and Ruby on Rails.
Kevin Dang is a Bachelors of Science Software Engineering Graduate from San Jose State University. He has experience developing mobile applications in Java, Swift, Python, and Ruby on Rails and likes developing applications during his free time.
Sandeep Kaur is a Bachelors of Science Software Engineering Graduate from San Jose State University and specializes in quality assurance. She has experience programming in Java, C#, and Swift.