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Mobile business

Study programInformation systems and technologies
Course statusElective
TeachersBožidar Lj. Radenković, Marijana S. Despotović-Zrakić, Zorica M. Bogdanović, Dušan M. Barać, Srđan M. Krčo, Vojkan R. Vasković
AssociatesAleksandar R. Milić
Course content

Lectures: Introduction. Wireless transmission techniques. Mobile and wireless networks. Design of wireless networks. Mobile operating systems. Development platforms and environments. Web services in a mobile environment. GPS technology and network services for positioning. Mobile identification technology. 2D barcode. RFID. NFC technologies. Personal Area Networks. Wireless sensor networks. Ubiquitous computing, Context-Aware Systems. Security of mobile and wireless networks. Mobile business services. Designing mobile business applications.

Practical exercises: Development environment for the design of mobile applications. Essential concepts for the mobile applications development. Android Mobile Applications development. UI elements. Dynamic adaptability and internationalization of interfaces. Structure and communication between components of Android applications. Mechanisms for data persistence. Working with SQLite databases. Fragmentation, modularity and re-use of interfaces. Techniques for compressing information in a limited space. System events and notifications in Android. Utilization of phone’s common functionalities. The use of location service in Android Mobile application. Data transmission technology. XML and JSON formats for data. Development of iOS mobile applications. Development of Windows Phone mobile applications. Creating applications for SMS server.

The aim of the course is to introduce students to mobile technologies in e-business. Students are enabled to independently design and implement mobile applications.
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