Presented at CASE25 developers conference.
Abstract: Due to increasingly demanding user requirements, really challenging maintenance model and rapid cycles in mobile applications development, many small and medium size companies are choosing to have methodologically guided development of mobile applications. Although there are different available methodologies, only a few of them are constructed specifically for mobile application development and cover all important aspects of this field of software engineering. One of these methodologies is Mobile-D presented in 2004 by Abrahamsson et al. This paper will introduce the concept of Mobile-D methodology along with a practical implementation example. Special focus will be placed on challenges and issues that accompany the use of this methodology in order to present all important positive and negative aspects that a company or small teams should be aware of before introducing it in everyday practice.