During Spring Break, I will personally be working through some of the optional assignments I have not completed in this class, as well as working my way through the iOS programming class offered free through Stanford on iTunes.
The first week of April will be focused on building the basic navigational structure, which will allow the user to move from screen to screen through the app. This will lay a foreground and allow Martin to design any background images to fit around the data.
During week 2, I will work on telling the app how to populate the "Read" screen. This will utilize persistent data...which means I'll have to learn about how to utilize that capability.
The following week, I will add functionality for the "Create" screen. This is how we will be able to grow our data - through user submissions.
The final piece of the puzzle will be the "Save" or "Favorites" capabilities. This will build upon both the "Read" and "Create" functionalities, so it is pertinent to have them completed first.
And this brings us to May, which means final testing and publishing. We will also use this time to beef up our joke database so users have something to start with immediately upon using the app.
The MVP for this will be incredibly basic, but possible future enhancement ideas include log-in and sharing capabilities, adjustable settings, as well as a rating system.