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Handheld Computing and Programming for Mobile Commerce

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Handheld Computing and Programming for Mobile Commerce
: Using Internet-enabled mobile handheld devices to access the World Wide Web is a promising addition to the Web and traditional e-commerce. Mobile handheld devices provide convenience and portable access to the huge information on the Internet for mobile users from anywhere and at anytime. However, mobile commerce has not enjoyed the same level of success as the ecommerce has so far because mobile Web contents are scarce and mostly awkward for browsing. The major reason of the problems is most software engineers are not familiar with handheld devices, let alone programming for them. To help software engineers better understand this subject, this article gives a comprehensive study of handheld computing and programming for mobile commerce. It includes live major topics: (i) mobile commerce systems, (ii) mobile handheld devices, (iii) handheld computing, (iv) server-side handheld computing and programming, and (v) client-side handheld computing and programming. The most popular server-s...
Wen-Chen Hu, Jyh-haw Yeh, Lixin Fu, Hung-Jen Yang
Added 13 Dec 2010
Updated 13 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2006
Where IJWIS
Authors Wen-Chen Hu, Jyh-haw Yeh, Lixin Fu, Hung-Jen Yang
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