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A methodology for engineering collaborative and ad-hoc mobile applications using SyD middleware

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A methodology for engineering collaborative and ad-hoc mobile applications using SyD middleware
Today’s web applications are more collaborative and are using the standard and ubiquitous Internet protocols. We have earlier developed System on Mobile Devices (SyD) middleware to rapidly develop and deploy collaborative applications over heterogeneous and possibly mobile devices hosting web objects. In this paper, we present the software engineering methodology for developing SyD-enabled web applications and illustrate it through a case study on two representative applications: (i) A calendar of meeting application, which is a collaborative application and (ii) a travel application which is an ad-hoc collaborative application. SyD-enabled web objects allow us to create a collaborative application rapidly with limited coding effort. In this case study, the modular software architecture allowed us to hide the inherent heterogeneity among devices, data stores, and networks by presenting a uniform and persistent object view of mobile objects interacting through XML/SOAP requests and r...
Praveen Madiraju, Srilaxmi Malladi, Janaka Balasoo
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where JNCA
Authors Praveen Madiraju, Srilaxmi Malladi, Janaka Balasooriya, Arthi Hariharan, Sushil K. Prasad, Anu G. Bourgeois
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