A comparative study of tools for cross-platform mobile  application development          Michiel Staessen      Begeleider:...
Overview• Problem, Solution, Goal, Methodology• What has been done? What is next?• Planning• Stats
Smartphone sales100000k                                                               100% 75000k                         ...
Smartphone sales market share100%75%50%25% 0%       1Q07 3Q07 1Q08 3Q08 1Q09 3Q09 1Q10 3Q10 1Q11 3Q11 1Q12Android      iOS...
If everybody renews their       phones every 18 months...100%75%50%25% 0%       1Q08         1Q09       1Q10          1Q11...
Tablet sales200000                                           100%150000                                           75%10000...
Problem & Solution• Repetitive native development == expensive• Develop once, deploy to multiple platforms
Goal & Methodology• Compare existing tools and assess their  qualities• Implement a proof of concept application  using di...
Proof of Concept•   business context•   request compensation    for expenses•   upload proof•   sign request
What has been done?• discovery of tools• meeting with CapGemini (15/10)• interviewing people at CapGemini (23/10)• literat...
What’s happening now?Implementing of the proofof concept using ApacheCordova aka PhoneGap
What’s next?   More tools!
Planning• depends on CapGemini• now – december: first tool• february – march: second tool + draft article• march – april: t...
Stats               0%                                                  17%                                 42%•   Own blo...
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    1. 1. A comparative study of tools for cross-platform mobile application development Michiel Staessen Begeleider: Gonzalo Parra
    2. 2. Overview• Problem, Solution, Goal, Methodology• What has been done? What is next?• Planning• Stats
    3. 3. Smartphone sales100000k 100% 75000k 75% 50000k 50% 25000k 25% 0k 0% 1Q07 4Q07 3Q08 2Q09 1Q10 4Q10 3Q11 2Q12 Android iOS Symbian RIM Bada Microsoft Others Smartphone penetration Source: Gartner
    4. 4. Smartphone sales market share100%75%50%25% 0% 1Q07 3Q07 1Q08 3Q08 1Q09 3Q09 1Q10 3Q10 1Q11 3Q11 1Q12Android iOS Symbian RIM Bada Microsoft Others Source: Gartner
    5. 5. If everybody renews their phones every 18 months...100%75%50%25% 0% 1Q08 1Q09 1Q10 1Q11 1Q12Android iOS Symbian RIM Bada Microsoft Others
    6. 6. Tablet sales200000 100%150000 75%100000 50% 50000 25% 0 0% 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2010 2011 2012 2013 2016 iOS Android iOS Android Microsoft QNX Microsoft QNX Other Other Source: Gartner
    7. 7. Problem & Solution• Repetitive native development == expensive• Develop once, deploy to multiple platforms
    8. 8. Goal & Methodology• Compare existing tools and assess their qualities• Implement a proof of concept application using different tools
    9. 9. Proof of Concept• business context• request compensation for expenses• upload proof• sign request
    10. 10. What has been done?• discovery of tools• meeting with CapGemini (15/10)• interviewing people at CapGemini (23/10)• literature study (2/11)• definition of the proof of concept (4/11)
    11. 11. What’s happening now?Implementing of the proofof concept using ApacheCordova aka PhoneGap
    12. 12. What’s next? More tools!
    13. 13. Planning• depends on CapGemini• now – december: first tool• february – march: second tool + draft article• march – april: third tool or extension of the proof of concept + poster• now – may: writeup
    14. 14. Stats 0% 17% 42%• Own blog: 13 posts, 2 16% pages• Other blogs: 2 2% 6% 17% comments• Twitter: 21 tweets Implementatie (14h 0m 0s) Lezen (13h 32m 52s)• Total time: 84h Meetings (14h 7m 46s) Presentatie (5h 26m 0s) Reflectie (1h 23m 53s)• Score: 11 Schrijven (35h 32m 4s) Social Activities (0h 2m 16s)
    15. 15. Questions?
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