The Web as a Common Language Towards Software Sustainability

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In this presentation, we explore the potential of the Web to constitute a common language in various computing domains
towards increasing software sustainability. We discuss various benefits of Web development, which offer sustainable characteristics to software. We demonstrate two case studies, in which the Web can be used for software development. The first is a mobile application offering tourist guide services and the second is a real-world pervasive framework, targeting home automation in a smart home environment. Our experimental results show that both software operate in satisfactory performance, showing that the benefits of Web development can be acquired without significant compromises in response times.

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The Web as a Common Language Towards Software Sustainability

  1. 1. The Web as a Common Language Towards Software Sustainability Andreas Kamilaris STE, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 29 November 2013
  2. 2. Cost Flexibility Reuse Adaptability
  3. 3. “Software Sustainability can be defined as the ability of a designed product to operate over long periods of time without degrading itself or the environment”
  4. 4. Ubiquitous Robust Scalable Open Popular Support Tools Libraries Reliable Uniform
  5. 5. A Tourist Guide Mobile App for Cyprus
  6. 6. Adjust Distance See Nearby Attractions Filter Attractions
  7. 7. See Popular Attractions View Directions to an Attraction
  8. 8. Create a Trip Plan Rate Attractions
  9. 9. Vs Filter Attractions Nearby Attractions Search Attractions Directions to Attractions
  10. 10. A Web-based Smart Home System
  11. 11. Software Sustainability
  12. 12. Thank You! Andreas Kamilaris email: camel9@gmail.com

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