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SG Rush Hour - Traffic Cameras for Singapore

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20th October 2010, 10:36 AM   |  #1  
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Hello all

I am new to programming, and have been tinkering about a bit after getting my HD2. Took me a while now, but I've just completed coding an app, and would like to share this with the community. This is intended for motorists in Singapore, to view Traffic Cams. But it is quite unlike apps found in the iPhone. This app's features:

> Allows multiple cameras to be selected and displayed. Up to 12 cameras at once
> Save up to 4 Favorite routes, with each route storing up to 12 cameras
> Small program size and quick startup.
> Very fast image download speed
> Refresh images easily, and only if the camera's image has changed.
> For Windows Mobile 6.5 touchscreen smartphones, finger scrollable friendly
> Haptic feedback

Thanks to eboelzner for his wonderful work in putting up the HTC SenseSDK, which is used as the UI for this app.

If it proves popular, I'll work on porting it over to the Android and WP7 platforms.

Let me know if you like the app, and if you face any problems with it.

Update
> Minor bug fix - Error when viewing same selection mutiple times, and reduce file size
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21st October 2010, 03:50 AM   |  #2  
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Thanks. Will try it out.
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Does it support other city traffic cams?
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Sorry, not at this time. Any particular city you're wishing for?
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San Antonio, Texas for starters
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Awesome!
Sounds so cool! Can we get London supported please?

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