Developing Services for the Wireless Internet offers state-of-the-art technological knowledge and practical know-how to practitioners - project managers, software architects and designers, process engineers and quality assurance workers. The book supports the developers of services and applications for mobile phones, PDAs and smart phones. This new emerging domain is characterized by a very fast pace of change in the underlying technology, exposing products and applications to a constant risk of obsolescence. The relative youth of this field means that knowledge is comparatively limited. The book identifies an approach to mitigate the above risks by focusing on: The development process, the underlying technology and its effects on connectivity, and software architectures. It provides an essential tool kit for all working in this field.
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Number of pages: 162
Weight: 930 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 11 mm
Edition: 2006 ed.
From the reviews:
"The book takes upon itself a fascinating and challenging task, that is, to describe the exigencies and difficulties involved in developing this type of system, and the specific technical and management areas that need to be evaluated and adapted to achieve this goal. ... I would recommend this book for an academic library ... . It is clear that this book has value to the practitioner ... ." (Mordechal Ben-Menachem, Computing Reviews, December, 2006)
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