Developing Cross-platform Mobile and Web Apps

CIGR Proceedings

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Title Developing Cross-platform Mobile and Web Apps
 
Creator Xiang Mao; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Florida
Jiannong Xin; Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), University of Florida
 
Description The rapid growth of mobile usage in the world has created many opportunities to leverage the ubiquity of mobile network. Mobile applications have gained momentum in many sectors including agriculture. However, development of mobile apps is still facing many challenges, including platform fragmentation and rapid changes of the mobile technology. It hence has a great benefit to identify common frameworks and solutions that allow developers to leverage a single codebase and deploy it on multiple platforms, both on different mobile devices and mobile web. This paper explores current mobile technologies and design options of mobile databases to develop cross-platform mobile apps. Discussions are made using the proposed framework for a mobile project named Southeast Landscape Pests developed at University of Florida/IFAS. The project leverages cross-platform technologies and JSON as an alternative for database storage. The solution is a cost effective approach to deploy apps to iOS, Android and Web and could be adopted for other small size mobile projects.
 
Publisher CIGR Proceedings
 
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Date 2015-02-09
 
Type Non-refereed
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journals.sfu.ca/cigrp/index.php/Proc/article/view/150
 
Source CIGR Proceedings; 2014 World Congress on Computers in Agriculture
 
Language en
 

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