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Title: Peer-to-peer mobile middleware in Android device - Citycom Ltd.
Authors: Sin, Tsz Kin
Department: Department of Electronic Engineering
Issue Date: 2012
Supervisor: Supervisor: Dr. Ko, K T; Assessor: Dr. Wong, Eric W M
Abstract: Nowadays, smart phones are very popular. Most people in Hong Kong may have their smart phones (e.g Android phone, IPhone, Window phone,etc). Smart phones include a lot of functions such as internet browser and application software. Users can download useful applications as they wish. However, software developers need to spend a lot of time for a development. In this project, the aim is to provide a middleware for peer to peer network in Android mobile applications. Middleware includes network methods for developers and designers in order to reduce their complexity in a project development. It can divide into networking part and application part. The middleware handles the lower layer networking process. Developers only handle the higher layer application. As a result, developers have an easier and fast development on their application software by using the middleware. Also, they can concentrate on the feature designs of their products.
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