Developing Mobile Applications Milenko Petrovic May 18 th , 2005, Toronto Agenda Emerging mobile services Limitations of current technology Developing mobile applications using Eximius mBaze framework Bookstore service: an example application Demand Drivers Consumer applications
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May 18th, 2005, Toronto
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Extend mBaze asynchronous notification framework with bookstore business logic
Use mBaze security and privacy features to secure user profile, which contains personal information, both on the device and over the network
Follow mBaze framework to ensureseparation of user interface from application logic. Develop user interface components using J2ME high level API.
Take advantage of mBaze translucent storage to enhance user privacy and convenience. Store user’s profile both on the network and on the device.
Bookstore client is similar to mobile device functionality (in fact, it could be a mobile device)
Allow bookstore user to send updates to remote profile, and to send a notification to all remote users with matching profiles.Bookstore Service (3):Application Core