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Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
Mobile Software Engineering Crash Course - C07 Frameworks and Conclusion
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  • 1. Mobile Software EngineeringL07 – Frameworks and Conclusion Mohammad Shaker FIT of Damascus - AI dept. MohammadShakerGtr@gmail.com Mobile SE – August 2012
  • 2. Frameworks
  • 3. Frameworks• jQuery Mobile• PhoneGap• Sencha Touch• xamarin• … etc
  • 4. http://phonegap.com/
  • 5. Code Sample attached html & pdf
  • 6. UIWebView andUIWebViewDelegate
  • 7. STORES
  • 8. “Popular apps on the Android Market are more than2.5 times more expensive on average those of their counterparts on the iOS App Store” http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2155122/Android-Market-vs.-App-Store-Prices-Why-Android-Users-Pay-Double-Study http://www.canalys.com/newsroom/android-apps-are-too-expensive
  • 9. $3.74 Android VS $1.47 iOS
  • 10. 99$
  • 11. app store review guidelineshttp://developer.apple.com/appstore/guidelines.html or download it through Google search
  • 12. “We have over 250,000 apps in the App Store. Wedont need any more Fart apps. If your app doesntdo something useful or provide some form of lastingentertainment, it may not be accepted.” Apple guideline
  • 13. “If your app is rejected, we have a Review Boardthat you can appeal to. If you run to the press andtrash us, it never helps.” Apple guideline
  • 14. 25$
  • 15. The 70/30
  • 16. From next year, developers will be able to distribute paid applications.Google opted for a similar revenue sharing model like Apple (70/30),except that 30% of the revenue will go to carriers. "Developers will get70% of the revenue from each purchase; the remaining amount goes tocarriers and billing settlement fees — Google does not take a percentage.We believe this revenue model creates a fair and positive experience forusers, developers, and carriers." Eric Chu
  • 17. Visithttp://support.google.com/googleplay/android-developer/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=112622
  • 18. A walk throughhttp://mobile.tutsplus.com/tutorials/android/publish-to-android-market/
  • 19. Market Share
  • 20. http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/u-s-smartphone-market-whos-the-most-wanted/
  • 21. http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/u-s-smartphone-market-whos-the-most-wanted/
  • 22. http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/u-s-smartphone-market-whos-the-most-wanted/
  • 23. Done

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