Ping Me

Stable Version 1.0.0 (OutSystems 11)
Published on 21 October 2018 by 
Created on 21 October 2018
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Share disappearing messages with others around you.
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Ping me is an application that allows you to send messages visible to anyone within five miles of your location. These messages disappear after 15 minutes. Other features include:

- Follow user profiles by swiping left on any of their pings. Stop following any user at any time.
- Make your profile invisible to hide your profile from other users that follow you.
- Delete your activity and profile data permanently at any time.
- No registration required.

Remember that every ping you send is visible to everyone in range. So be mindful of any information you share!

Alex Popp built Ping Me using the OutSystems platform. Source code is freely available at the OutSystems Forge under the three-clause BSD license. Visit alexpopp.app for more information.

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Platform
11.0.0.200
Database
SQL Server
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