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Making Mobile Work in Your Library
Making Mobile Work in Your Library
Making Mobile Work in Your Library
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Making Mobile Work in Your Library

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A gentle introduction to the technical realities of developing mobile apps and sites for your library.

A gentle introduction to the technical realities of developing mobile apps and sites for your library.

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  • 1. Making mobile work in you library
  • 2. VERIZON 31.1% AT&T 25.2% SPRINT 12.0% T-MOBILE 12.0% April 2010 comScore
  • 3. Cellular Networks
  • 4. Global System for Mobile Communication GSM
  • 5. Code Division MultipleAccess CDMA
  • 6. Data Networks
  • 7. First Generation Mobile Technology 1G
  • 8. Analog 1G
  • 9. Second Generation Mobile Technology 2G
  • 10. Digital 2G
  • 11. Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution EDGE
  • 12. Third Generation Mobile Technology 3G
  • 13. Simultaneous Voice and Data Transmissions 3G
  • 14. Fourth Generation Mobile Technology 4G
  • 15. Faster, Higher, Stronger… 4G
  • 16. Platforms
  • 17. RIM BlackBerry 35% Apple iPhone 28% MS Windows Mobile 19% Android OS 9% Palm OS 4% Linux 3% Symbian 2% Q1 2010 Nielsen
  • 18. RIM BlackBerry -2% Apple iPhone +2% MS Windows Mobile -2% Android OS +2% Palm OS Linux Symbian Q1 2010 Nielsen
  • 19. 1,400 apps Windows Marketplace for Mobile
  • 20. 7,400 apps BlackBerry App World
  • 21. 8,000 apps Palm App Catalog
  • 22. 70,000 apps Android Marketplace
  • 23. 300,000 apps iPhone App Store
  • 24. Mobile App Lingo
  • 25. Programmed to run natively on a mobile platform Native App
  • 26. What you download from an app store Native App
  • 27. Has an icon you tap to start the app Native App
  • 28. Programmed to run in a mobile browser Web App
  • 29. Website with a URL Web App
  • 30. has a native app for the iPad WestlawNext
  • 31. has a web app for everything else WestlawNext
  • 32. Pop-up alerts on specified events SMS/Push Notifications
  • 33. Short Message Service SMS
  • 34. Text Messaging SMS
  • 35. Alert from a native app on your phone Push Notifications
  • 36. Option to send SMS reminders of events Google Calendar
  • 37. Option to send Push reminders of events Google Native App
  • 38. Can use phone’s built-in camera in a native app Camera
  • 39. RedLaser barcode scanner Camera
  • 40. Access user’s location via built-in GPS Location Services
  • 41. OpenTable Location Services
  • 42. SDK Software Development Kit
  • 43. Development tools for building software for a platform Software Development Kit
  • 44. iPhone SDK Software Development Kit
  • 45. Android SDK Software Development Kit
  • 46. Developing a Native App
  • 47. Photo by chrisphoto http://www.flickr.com/photos/sourmash/4446554343/
  • 48. Only option to distribute native iPhone apps iPhone App Store
  • 49. Content Restrictions iPhone App Store
  • 50. Code Restrictions iPhone App Store
  • 51. Cannot duplicate core OS functionality iPhone App Store
  • 52. Must be approved byApple iPhone App Store
  • 53. One option to distribute nativeAndroid apps Android Marketplace
  • 54. Similar but generally less restrictive guidelines Android Marketplace
  • 55. If app doesn’t meet guidelines, you can still self-distribute Android Marketplace
  • 56. Verizon andAmazon planning Android app stores Android Marketplace
  • 57. Web Apps
  • 58. Web Development Web App Development
  • 59. HTML Web App Development
  • 60. CSS Web App Development
  • 61. Javascript Web App Development
  • 62. Some Limitations Web App Development
  • 63. NoAdobe Flash on the iPhone Web App Development
  • 64. No Flash-based video players Web App Development
  • 65. HTML5 video as alternative to Flash Web App Development
  • 66. Single column layout works best Web App Development
  • 67. Develop once for all platforms Web App Development
  • 68. Limited by HTML, CSS and Javascript Web App Development
  • 69. and, well, it’s not an app Web App Development
  • 70. morris.law.yale.edu Yale Law Library Catalog
  • 71. mobilemorris.law.yale.edu Yale Law Library Catalog
  • 72. www.law.yale.edu/library Yale Law Library
  • 73. Device-detection Mobile Site URL
  • 74. Redirect mobile users Mobile Site URL
  • 75. May include mobile tools (“themes,” device detection) Content Management System
  • 76. Drupal Content Management System
  • 77. WordPress Content Management System
  • 78. Outsourcing?
  • 79. Right? You understood all of that

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