Thorough quality assurance, crash and error reporting, load testing, and proactive production monitoring are essential to launching a successful mobile application. Launch consideration: Testing native applications across mobile devices Testing mobile applications is notoriously difficult due to the vast number of devices. There are a few services that make this easier for engineers. I have seen a few strategies for testing mobile devices – usually you go to Amazon and buy the top 10 devices for Android and iOS and manually test your application across every device. Mobile device labs of this sort are quite expensive to setup and maintain and often require some level of automation. Alternatives to setting up your own mobile lab is to use a mobileapp testing platform like Apphance and TheBetaFamily. They offer an easy way to test your native application across many different devices and audiences with ease.
Mobileapp developers use gamification design and gamification techniques to drive and encourage user behaviour (Miller, Cafazzo, & Seto, 2016). Gamification is the use of gaming mechanics and design techniques in a non-video game context (Miller, Cafazzo, & Seto, 2016). This includes using game-based elements, such as badges, leaderboards and gaming strategies, such as challenges and tasks. These gaming elements drive user behaviour and reward users for achieving specific goals and objectives (Brigham, 2014). These are effective strategies to keep people’s attention, engage users and for users to develop their skills (Mohamad, Salam, & Bakar, 2017). Users often find gamified apps less complicated and more engaging (Deterding, 2012) and they have been shown to increase users’ participation in managing their health and increasing their levels of activity (Lee, Lee, & Lee, 2017). Implementing gamification techniques in mHealth apps promotes
Abstract – High-rise residential buildings, such as apartments, flats, and condominiums, are places of shelter for humans, just like any other types of houses. In a high-rise residential block, the building management plays a vital role in keeping the place pristine and habitable for its residents. Research shows that effective communication and harmonious relationship between the building management and the residents are crucial in maintaining a high-rise residential building. A solution needs to be proposed to alleviate this challenge. Traditionally, the mode of information dissemination and communication between the residents and the building management is done manually using information boards and feedback forms. However, their effectiveness, reliability and reachability are questionable. With the increasing adoption of mobile devices and cloud computing in today’s scenario, the application of mobile technologies such as mobile applications has become viable as a solution to many real-world problems. This research studies how information about the happenings around the high-rise residential area is conveyed to the residents that is deemed as an essential part of the communication between the building management and the residents. This study aims to improve overall communication efficiency between the residents and the management parties of high-rise residential buildings by introducing a mobileapp for apartment residents. Two data collection methods – observation and questionnaire – were used in this study and inspections were carried out in this research. Representations were made to investigate how the residents of a high-rise building receive information about happenings around the apartment complex and how the building management and residents committee communicate to share the information. The questionnaire survey was distributed to Facebook groups of high-rise residential buildings, particularly those staying in Sri Bahagia Court and Angkasa Condominium, as well as UCSI University network. Based on the results collected from participants, most of the communication was through physical noticeboard or online social media platforms such as Facebook. Hence, this research investigates the requirement of a mobileapp and proposes the development of a mobileapp for apartment residents (MyAPT), which addresses the problems of information sharing and further improves communication among the residents and management of high-rise buildings.
This paper details the development of a mobileapp for the Android operating system using MIT App Inventor language and development platform. The app, Quiz Power, provides students a way to study course material in an engaging and effective manner. At its current stage the app is intended strictly for use in a mobileapp with App Inventor course, although it provides the facility to be adapted for other courses by simply changing the web data store. Development occurred during the spring semester of 2013. Students in the course played a vital role in providing feedback on course material, which would be the basis for the structure of the quiz as well as the questions. The significance of the project is the integration of the MIT App Inventor service with a web service implemented and managed by the department.
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The Meridian Editor contains a reporting feature that lets venues see how mobileapp users interact within their apps. Armed with this information, venues can make better-informed operational decisions about the type of content that guests prefer and respond to.
The UI design does not look good due to the size of the icon. I will modify those icon or reset the size of them to make it look appropriately according to the size of the screen. Besides, the xml file is using relative layout, so some elements will look differently after modifications. I will do more tests to ensure this mobileapp has friendly user interfaces. Other testing activities to be conducted
In this paper, an useful algorithm is used to discover the leading sessions based on thehistorical records and with the help of analysis of those records, it is proved that deceptive apps usually have differentranking patterns in each leading sessions as compared to the normal apps. Therefore it is illustrated from those rankingrecords that some fraud is taking place in mobileapp market and to restrict those frauds, three main evidences aredeveloped to detect such fraud. As only ranking based evidences does not seems to be much sufficient to detect thefraud of mobileapp, based on apps rating and review history some fraud evidences were discovered which showedanomaly patterns by those history. Specifically, an unsupervised evidence aggregation method is also proposed here tointegrate all such types of evidences for evaluating the trustworthiness of leading sessions.
Planning out the experiences your visitors will encounter as they enter your and explore your venue, sketch your floor plans below as a basis for your notes on mobileapp placement, then use the key to drawn on your PX Beacons and associated features.
Getting higher position on leaderboard by using unwanted ways it effects on reputation of app when fraud is get caught, but when app is developed by know or famous app developer then that app automatically become famous due to this other app get affected. To avoid this type of fraud in mobile apps, three evidence are created ranking based evidence, rating based evidence and review based evidence. These evidence helps to detect fraud in mobileapp by extracting the fraud by using these evidence it become easy to keep the position of app on right place on leaderboard, but there are some fraud are happen in ranking, ranting and review also to detect this fraud ranking fraud detection system is created.
The Client provides high tech security services to many residential and commercial complexes at multiple locations. To streamline its internal processes and to improve service performance and customer satisfaction, the Client needed a robust and effective security real time reporting system and a Real time mobileApp. In order to achieve their business goals, invited Microexcel a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner to come up with a solution that addresses all their strategic objectives.
If you have already purchased the ESC Mobile Web module from dESCO, then to configure it for your company, open the ESC Mobileapp on the phone and then click on the Menu button and then on the Settings icon. Enter your new credentials for: Server ID (without the preceding zeros), User Name and Password for a valid tech and select the back button which will save the settings and load that current techs dispatch list.
You can, of course, create your own plug-ins, but if you’re using PhoneGap, you might not have the most experienced programmers in the first place. And if those programmers don’t have knowledge of mobile-friendly UI frameworks, the app may run slowly.
However, after the screen test, the negative space almost disappeared on the screen and much detail was lost. Besides, the purpose of icons is to share information, rather than shape, so that they were modified into an outline style, which is more clear and readable on a mobile screen. 
With huge development in cutting edge Mobile innovation data recovery and data accumulation has gotten to be accessible at fingertips. Each human's everyday errands are being finished with the assistance of this cutting edge innovation. Like web keeping money, perusing books and so on should be possible regardless of spot you are or independent of time with the assistance of the cell innovation.
Menu items in the navigation menu should bring users to a fully functional page or app. So if you have a page or app that contains many fields through which the user would need to scroll and perform a more complex process, you’ll want to make your page or app available from the navigation menu. An example from this book is the Find Warehouses Visualforce page that we made available from the navigation menu in Extending Salesforce1 with Visualforce Pages on page 79. When the mobile technician taps the menu item, a page appears that contains a Google map and displays any nearby warehouses. The functionality of this page is global—not in the context of any particular object in our schema.
For those who have not downloaded a mobileapp for a brand/store or at all, feeling that they do not need the app is the most common barrier. Additionally, over one-‐quarter of respondents worry about the security of the transactions. Younger respondents (<35) prefer to use paper money compared to older respondents (50+).
Fig. 1 Rayyan architecture. Rayyan is a fully cloud-based architecture that uses a cloud platform as a service allowing elastic scaling of resources as we get more users and more requests. Rayyan’s workers are distributed using the load balancer to different app servers (Ruby web workers). These workers are elastic; they auto-scale based on traffic to guarantee minimal response time. For longer jobs or the elastic delayed jobs (the worker bees), such as upload parsing, similarity computation, and label predictions, they are handled through a queuing system. All workers have access to the storage layers: Postgres (for permanent storage), Solr (for indexing and searching), and Memcached (for caching results). Other parts of Rayyan, written in Java, are attachable to the jobs using an Apache Thrift service. Real-time notifications, on job completion or chat messages, for example, are delivered using Pusher, while other transactional information are delivered using the Mailchimp Mandrill service. All system activities are logged by Logentries and later backed up on AWS S3, while live instrumentation and monitoring is done by NewRelic