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Mobile technology is the technology used for cellular communication. Mobile code division multiple access (CDMA) technology has evolved rapidly over the past few years. Since the start of this ...

Mobile technology is the technology used for cellular communication. Mobile code division multiple access (CDMA) technology has evolved rapidly over the past few years. Since the start of this millennium, a standard mobile device has gone from being no more than a simple two-way pager to being a mobile phone, GPS navigation device, an embedded web browser and instant messaging client, and a handheld game console. Many experts argue that the future of computer technology rests in mobile computing with wireless networking. Mobile computing by way of tablet computers is becoming more popular. The most popular tablet at the moment is the iPad, by Apple. Tablets are available on the 3G and 4G networks.

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    • 1Mobile Technologies
    • 2 History of PhonesAlexander Graham Bell (1876)
    • 3 Everyday life‘s tools Computer Fax RadioEmail Music player Word processor Credit cards
    • 4 Everyday life‘s tools Computer Mobile phones are first introduced in mid 1980s EmailWord processor Music player Smart phone Fax Additional features can be installed Radio
    • 5 Mobile applications• Banking (check balance, make transaction)• Restaurant (order and payment)• Mobile Payment (ticket, vending machine)• Tourism: tourist guide• Education: mobile learning• Entertainment: interactive digital art• Scientific: controlling and monitoring Mobile Operating SystemThere are Many types of mobile operating systems (OS) are available forSmartphone’s, that including: Android, BlackBerryOS, webOS, iOS, Symbian, Windows Mobile, Bada, etc.Among the most popular are the Apple iPhone, Android, andblackberry.
    • 6 Up-Coming Mobile OS• Aliyun OS from Alibaba/AliCloud (cloud based)• BlackBerry 10 from RIM• Firefox OS from non-profit organization Mozilla Foundation (open source, GPL)• Tizen from non-profit organization The Linux Foundation (open source, GPL) Logo’s
    • 7 Mobile Operating System • Android from Google Inc.(free and open source) • Bada from Samsung Electronics (closed source, proprietary) • BlackBerry OS from RIM (closed source, proprietary) • iOS from Apple Inc. (closed source, proprietary, on top of open source Darwin core OS) • S40 (Series40) from Nokia (closed source, proprietary) • Symbian OS from Nokia and Accenture (open public license) • Windows Phone from Microsoft (closed source, proprietary) Top Five Worldwide Total Mobile Phone Vendors, Q1 2012Rank Manufacturer Shipments Year-over-year Change1 Samsung 42.2% 267.0%2 Apple 35.1% 88.7%3 Nokia 11.90% -50.8%4 RIM 9.70% -29.7%5 HTC 6.9% -23.3% Others 39.1% 59.6%
    • 8Market share
    • 9 iOS - Introduction• iOS is Apple’s mobile operating system derived from Mac OS X. Developed originally for iPhone it has since been shipped on the iPod Touch and iPad as well.• In iOS, there are four abstraction layers:• The core OS layer, The core services layer, The Media layer, The Cocoa touch layer.• The iPhone SDK contains the code, information and tools which need to develop, test, run, debug and the applications for iOS.• The Xcode tools provide the basic editing, compilation, and debugging environment for the code, Xcode also provides the launching point for testing applications
    • 10 iOS – Development Tools• The release of Xcode 3.1, Xcode is the development environment for the iOS SDK. IPhone applications, like iOS and OS X, are written in Objective-C, Action Script, Xcode, Flash Builder, Flash, Photoshop, Blender, Eclipse, Java, Microprocessor programming (Propeller, BASIC, and PIC), Cocoa, Agile, Usability, Web Services, JavaScript, jQuery, Social Web Trends and MXML. IOS based on Company/developer cloud called has iCloud Apple inc. Programming C,C++,Objective-C OS family Mac OS X/UNIX like Kernel Type Hybrid (Darwin) Default user interface Cocoa Touch (MultiTouch, GUI) Supported Platforms ARM(iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad)
    • 11 Cocoa in the architecture of iOSThe application-framework layer of iOS is called Cocoa Touch.
    • 12IPhone SDK - New Project
    • 13 Android OS - Google• Android is Based on Linux Kernel.• Developed by Google and later open Handset Alliance.• Open Source under the Apache 2 License.• Android is kernel based on the Linux kernel 2.6 and Linux Kernel 3.x (Android 4.0 onwards), with middleware, libraries and APIs written in C, C++, Java. Architecture: ARM, MIPS, Power Architecture, x86. Package manager: APK.
    • 14Android - System Architecture
    • 15 BlackBerry OS• BlackBerry OS developed by Research in Motion (RIM).• The BlackBerry platform is perhaps best known for its native support for corporate email, through MIDP 1.0 and, more recently.• A subset of MIDP 2.0, which allows complete wireless activation and synchronization with Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, or Novell GroupWise email, calendar, tasks, notes, and contacts, when used with BlackBerry Enterprise Server. The operating system also supports WAP 1.2.• The OS provides support for Java MIDP 1.0, WAP 1.2. Kernel type: Java virtual machine• Third-party developers can write software using the available BlackBerry API classes, although applications that make use of certain functionality must be digitally signed.• C++ Standard Library or Java API contained in the JDK or JRE, of one of the editions of the Java Platform. The three editions of the Java Platform are Java ME (Micro edition), Java SE (Standard edition), and
    • 16Java virtual machine
    • 17 Windows Phone• Windows Phone is a family of mobile operating systems developed by Microsoft• Microsoft created a new user interface, featuring its design language called Modern Style UI.• Metro is an internal code name of a typography-based design language created by Microsoft, originally for use in Windows Phone 7. Early uses of the Metro principles began as early as Microsoft Encarta 95 and MSN 2.0, and later evolved into Windows Media Center and Zune.• Package manager: Zune Software, from various independent developers made using XNA Game Studio or OpenZDK, which use C# and C++ respectively• Kernel type: Monolithic (Windows CE) (Windows Phone 7), Hybrid (Windows NT) (Windows Phone 8)• Supported platforms: Qualcomm Snapdragon (Based on ARM V.7 or later)
    • 18Monolithic kernel - Windows Phone
    • 19 Symbian• Symbian switched to using standard C++ with Qt as the main SDK, which can be used with either Qt Creator or Carbide.c++.• Qt supports the older Symbian/S60 3rd (starting with Feature Pack 1, aka S60 3.1) and Symbian/S60 5th Edition (aka S60 5.0) releases, as well as the new Symbian platform. It also supports Maemo and MeeGo, Windows, Linux and Mac OS X• Application development can be done using Python (see Python for S60), Adobe Flash Lite or Java ME.• Symbian devices can also be programmed using Python, Java ME, Flash Lite, Ruby, .NET, Web Runtime (WRT) Widgets and Standard C/C++. Visual Basic programmers can use NS Basic to develop apps for S60 3rd Edition and UIQ 3 devices.
    • 20Monolithic kernel - Symbian
    • 21 Comparison of Mobile OS Windows BlackBerry Feature iOS Android webOS Windows Phone Mobile OS Open Handset Palm, IncCompany Apple Alliance/ Microsoft Microsoft RIM (HP) Google Windows CE 7 / WindowsOS Family Darwin Linux Linux Windows CE 5.2 Mobile OS NT 8 ARM, MIPS,Supported Power ARM ARM ARM ARM ARMCPU Arch Architecture, x86 7+: XNA(.NET C#), Silverlight, native C, C++, C/C++(only for vendors Many, C++,Program Objective- C, C++, Java C and partners) 8+: Java .NET, Lazarus C XNA(.NET C#), VB.NET, Silverlight, native C/C++, WinRTP (XMLA), DirectX App Catalog (Official) Windows Mobile BlackBerryPackage iTunes APK Preware Device Center/ Zune Software Desktopmanager (3rd party ActiveSync Manager homebrew)
    • 22 Search String• Search Code for Android:• Android, brightcove, Kernal, Aurasma, Java, Node.js, Ruby, UX, OOD, C/C++, Linux kernel modules, JEE, Web Services, Apache, AJAX, Javascript, jQuery, HTML5, JSON, REST, XML, SOAP, SVN, cloud computing, EC2, JavaScript, Maven, ant, Hudson, SVG, VML, hybrid, CISSP, J2ME, Brew, NDKs/SDKs, XSD, API, Sql, XSD, Tapestry, spring, Objective-C, OOD, SQLite, Test-Driven Development(TDD) Python, Django, HTML/CSS, Javascript, Node.js, jQuery UI, JS, IDE, MATLAB• Search Code for iOS:• Objective-C, Action Script, Xcode, Flash Builder, Flash, Photoshop, Blender, Eclipse, Java, Microprocessor programming (Propeller, BASIC, and PIC), Cocoa, Agile, Usability, Web Services, JavaScript, jQuery, Social Web Trends and MXML. IOS
    • 23 JD - iOS Developer Job Title: Mobile Developer Location: Philadelphia, PA• Strong background in mobile design patterns, HTML and Javascript• Experience developing with iPhone SDK, Cocoa, Interface Builder, Objective-C and Xcode OR Eclipse, Java and Android Libraries• Familiarity with using Web APIs and with Cross Platform Mobile Development techniques is a plus• Experience with mobile video or commerce is highly desired• Experience creating pure native iOS, Android apps.• Solid understanding and hands on programming in any object oriented languages like JAVA, C++.• Proficient in web development, AJAX, Javascript, jQuery and HTML5• Experience developing mobile apps using PhoneGap and/or Sencha Touch• Solid understanding of JSON, REST, XML and SOAP• Involved with all aspects of the software development lifecycle: Design,
    • 24 JD - iOS Developer Job Title: Sr Mobile Apps Developer - iPhone/iOS Location: San Francisco, CAQualifications• Experience developing Mobile Applications using Native and Web technologies• Strong experience with iOS (Android a plus). Proven ability in iOS development• 3+ years of experience with shipping Mobile Apps.• Expert experience with Objective-C• Strong experience in HTML5, JavaScript, Jquery, Node.js, Backbone.js and other Mobile Web technologies• Experience creating and consuming REST web services with JSON output.• Experience building rich client-side applications based on REST APIs• Experience with Java and Android development is a huge plus• Experience with multiple mobile platforms highly preferred
    • 25 JD – Android DeveloperJob Title: Sr. Android Software EngineerLocation: San Jose, CA Required Skills: • Expert experience in Android application development. • 7+ years of experience in software development (design and implementation). • Delivered killer apps to a huge user base. • Proficient with Java/C++. • Strong Android SDK experience. • Ability to understand and Parse XML, JSON and Serialized data.. • Ability to work in a fast paced, iterative development environment with short turn-around times. • Advanced software architecture and design skills, including object oriented design. • Strong communication skills with the ability to understand and explain technical issues to a non-technical audience.