EWallet Cloud Storage - app showcase
Note: This is an entry in the Symbian Qt Quick Components Competition 2012Q1
Introduction and Summary
The screen uses a slowly fading cloudy background, because it's a nice background and, obvious for the cloud-based services. The login and password buttons are having a small animation. The first time someone opens the app and fills in that information, can register there. An easy-to-fill webpage somes in an embedded WebView that I tried to design as they were QML Components. After the registering, the system keeps the entered data, so the users can log in directly. A fancy loading indicator is fading in and out, with 3 circles rotating in different directions. After signing in, the app downloads and decrypts the entries from the cloud, then shows them in a two-columned list.
Controls on the main screen
On the top of the screen, just below the statusbar, there is a button row with three buttons, without text, only icons: refres (obvious), quicksearch (animates a text-field out that filters the entries), and new entry (Opens up a new layer on the top of everything, slightly fades out the things behind it) The toolbar remains simple in this app, (it would be too much t put everything in it) so it only offers an exit button and a help button that opens another page (using PageStack). On that page, the toolbar chanes: the help button disappears and the exit button becomes a back button.
Controls on the entry-viewer popup
There is the title of the entry written on top of everything, then a white divider line, and the entry data itself. There is a button row, too, with 4 buttons, with only icons, following the iconography rules strictly: 1. Back - closes the popup 2. Delete - deletes the entry 3. Edit - Flips the entry data over and shows an input textarea and a save button. The entry data is precopied into the area. 4. Share - Sends the entry data in e-mail. Just a function for comfort.
Here is the download link: link The sis is self-signed, was built for Symbian Belle using Qt 4.7.4. The app will install using Smart Installer. The app is going to be a premium app on 1st April and will be available for 2€.