Davis, AZ (September 11, 2018) As a small county library, the county’s Test Drived Development (TDD) team has developed an impressive number of innovative apps and products, including a video camera that allows residents to keep track of their neighborhood’s crime stats.
This week, the library will release its latest app, which is an interactive map of the county, and is available for free download.
The app is designed to allow residents to create and customize their own custom maps by using a series of 3D maps, and also allows users to upload their own map files, which will be included as part of the app’s source code.
To begin with, the app features a series with a collection of maps, which can be rotated and zoomed.
This allows users the ability to zoom in on specific areas of the map, as well as view the locations of areas where people have lived, and a map with the county as a whole.
The entire process takes less than 10 seconds and can be done at any time, according to the app.
Davis’ digital mapping app also lets users create custom maps based on their geographic location, which also works as a form of interactive mapping.
In addition to the map app, the DDA library is also releasing a video viewer, called DDA Video Viewer.
This app lets users watch a short video clip from a project they have created in the app, then download a video file to watch on their phone.
Once the video has been downloaded, the user can view it directly on the device’s display, and can view the full-length version of the video at any point during the playback.
This functionality is only available to the DVA team, who has also made the app available for download for the DCA team.
Both libraries have released apps in the past, including the one for the county that was released last year, but this is the first time that the two apps will be released in a series.
A demo of the DAA app can be found here.
A quick look at the DIA app can also be found at this link.
The DDA and DCA apps are available for $3.99 on the Apple App Store, and DDA is available as a free download for Android users.
For more information about the apps, check out their website, which offers a full list of features, and an FAQ.