Android Developer wanted to implement online features of an app.

Android Developer wanted to implement online features of an app.

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Job Description

I have an app that I want the user to be able to add cards to a list, the list will auto populate with prices and stats about each card based on the internet values of the cards. The app will then compare the values of the entered cards to see if the trade deal is fair.

For example I want the app to open to a blank screen with a search bar. The user types the name of a card, the list auto populates the price of the card and then asks the user how many of that card they are recieving and how many they are giving. It then will allow the user to keep adding as many cards as they want. Once they are done adding cards it should show the total value of the cards they are trading and the value of the cards they are receiving.

This app on the google play store has the same basic concept. Download it and run the "Trade" function. Enter the following cards to see how it works.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.shalafi.android.mtg.free

Loxodon Smitter, giving 1
Jace, the mind sculptor, recieving 1
StormBreath Dragon, giving 1

The app should display three values, high, medium, and low as total value for the entered cards for both recieving and giving. This is the featuer I want built. YOU MUST LOOK AT THE APP to understand exxactly what I want

After looking at the trade function, also look at the Deck function. It works like the trade function by importing cards as the user enters them and then asks how many, and if they are side board or main board. The deck function should not take much time at all once the trade function is working properly.

Note that a Bonus will be given upon completion, amount is based on quality of work, quality of code I EXPECT LINE COMMENTS TO BE USED, and the overall communication of the developer.

I am really easy to work with, I just have had issues with developers in the past doing things like taking money upfront and then never hearing from them again, and developers stopping communication half way through production on the app.