This is the third part of a mobile web app tutorial where we are building a Meeting Room Booking app that is used to browse an inventory of meeting rooms and reserve rooms for conference calls and other events.
An expanded version of this end-to-end tutorial will be included in my upcoming Mobile Web Apps Recipes Book, where I will show you how to develop 8 different mobile applications using Ionic, Sencha Touch, Kendo UI Mobile and jQuery Mobile.
In the previous installments of this series we designed the screens that will allow users to browse a list of available meeting rooms and book rooms for different events. Here are the links those articles:
- Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, Part 1
- Mobile App Tutorial: The Meeting Room Booking App, Part 2
In this article we will design the administration screens. Through these screens administrators will be able to set up rooms and locations in the app. (Remember that rooms belong to a location. For example, you could say that Room 123 is in a location called Building A.)