Key aspects for the development of applications for Mobile Cloud Computing

Authors

  • Nelson R. Rodríguez Department and Institute of Computing, University of San Juan, San Juan, Argentina
  • María Antonia Murazzo Department and Institute of Computing, University of San Juan, San Juan, Argentina
  • Susana Beatriz Chávez Department and Institute of Computing, University of San Juan, San Juan, Argentina
  • Francisca Adriana Valenzuela Department and Institute of Computing, University of San Juan, San Juan, Argentina
  • Adriana Elizabeth Martín Department and Institute of Computing, University of San Juan, San Juan, Argentina
  • Daniela A. Villafañe Department and Institute of Computing, University of San Juan, San Juan, Argentina

Keywords:

Mobile Cloud Computing, Mobile, Applications, Mobile Computing, Web Programming, Cloud Computing, Web Applications, Pervasive Networks

Abstract

Mobile networking has changed people's lifestyles and the business world drastically. It can be widely implemented and with the ability to use this mobile computing, companies can increase their productivity greatly through this practice. Devices and mobile networks have limitations, such as battery life or processing speed, these further hinder the utilization of this method of work. Cloud Computing is an application that reduces the impact of the limitations that mobile computing presents. However, besides the characteristics of mobile computing as well as the technological advances, such as mobile TV or workplaces that implement BYOD, clearly differentiate even more Cloud Computing from traditional mobile computing. Due to the impact that this kind of computing brings to society one must rethink the solutions that developer propose while creating and developing of new applications for Mobile Cloud Computing.

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2018-04-13

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Rodríguez, N. R., Murazzo, M. A., Chávez, S. B., Valenzuela, F. A., Martín, A. E., & Villafañe, D. A. (2018). Key aspects for the development of applications for Mobile Cloud Computing. Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 13(03), p. 143–148. Retrieved from https://journal.info.unlp.edu.ar/JCST/article/view/588

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