Mobile application development is the process by which application software is developed for small low-power handheld devices such as personal digital assistants, enterprise digital assistants or mobile phones. These applications are either pre-installed on phones during manufacture, or downloaded by customers from various mobile software distribution platforms. This book is your ultimate resource for Mobile Application Development. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Mobile Application Development right away, covering: Mobile application development, Comparison of Exchange ActiveSync Clients, Exchange ActiveSync, Intersog, Mobile BASIC, Mobile instant messaging, Mobile Speak, Navicore, Nielsen RingScan, Openmoko, Qt Extended, Qt Extended Improved, SeeClickFix, Smartface, VZ Navigator, XHTML Mobile Profile, Mobile device management, Adaptxt, Adobe Flash Cast, Afaria, Allsport GPS, Android Market, Appcelerator Titanium, AviatorCalc, Betavine, BlackBerry App World, Bolt Browser, Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless, Brightkite, Canditv, City ID, Client-server model, Corona (software development kit), Doddle, DragonRAD, EQO, EveryWAN Mobility Manager, Exit Games, FOTA (technology), GetJar, Good Technology, Handheld video game, Hands-On Mobile, Illumination Software Creator, Imoblife, InnoPath Software, Internet Explorer Mobile, ISilo, ISiloX, Java Platform, Micro Edition, JavaFX, JOCA, July Systems, Kavapoint, KD Player, Kinoma, Lightweight User Interface Toolkit, List of digital distribution platforms for mobile devices, List of Google products, Loopt, Lovegetty, Lovegety, Mformation, MIDlet, MiKandi, MOAP, Mobi4Biz, Mobiflock, Mobile browser, Mobile business intelligence, Mobile dialer, Mobile e-mail, Mobile enterprise application platform, Mobile game, Mobile media, Mobile software platform, Mobile Sorcery, Mobile Virtualization, Mobile wallpaper, Mobile Web Server (Symbian OS), MobileIron, Mobinex, Mobiola, Mobiquant, Motoblur, Mpowerplayer, MXit, MyMobileWeb, N-Gage (service), Nellymoser, Nokia network monitor, Nokia Ovi Suite, Nokia Point a Find, Nokia Sports Tracker, Obigo Browser, Odyssey Software (Mobile Device Management), On-Device Portal, Oruxmaps, Ovi (Nokia), Ovi Maps, Palm App Catalog, Phunware, PicDial, Pok mate, Polaris Browser, Polaris Document Master, Python for S60, Qeep, QuickOffice, Radio Service Software, REVIVAL Mobile Management Suite, S60 (software platform), Secure Mobile Architecture (SMA), Sense Networks, Series 30 (software platform), Series 40, Series 80 (software platform), SHAPE Services, Skyfire (web browser), SmartCam, Software Components OTA, Sonic Boom, Inc., Sony Ericsson Java Platform, Sybase unwired platform, SyncShield, System Center Mobile Device Manager, Tomytronic 3D, ToneThis, TouchPal, Tristit Browser, UAProf, UDigits, Universal Mobile Interface, UZard Web, Virtual Radio, Web Browser for S60, WebKit, WiDEN, WikiPock, Windows Marketplace for Mobile, Windows Phone Marketplace, WIPI, WMLScript, Yahoo! Go, User: Yetenexs/mobinex, Zlango, Zozoc This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Mobile Application Development. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Mobile Application Development with the objectivity of experienced professionals.These applications are either pre-installed on phones during manufacture, or downloaded by customers from various mobile software distribution platforms. This book is your ultimate resource for Mobile Application Development.
|Title||:||Mobile Application Development|
|Publisher||:||Tebbo - 2011|