Building and Using Car-APIs

September 30th, 2019: Dr. Patrick Bartsch, Head of Technology Specialists for Connected Car & Future Technology at Jaguar Land Rover Limited, holds a lecture on Car APIs in our Mobile Lab at the Stuttgart Media University.The room is filled with Mobile Media and Computer Science students who listen carefully, when Patrick talks about the connected…

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Thesis: Development of a mobile payment system

Abstract Though the desire to pay mobile is available, Mobile Payment is not established in Germany. This work aims to design and develop a mobile system to identify its strengths and weaknesses Another focus is how to raise awareness and acceptance for this system. Requirements and benefits of the system are determined and used to…

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HdM Mobile App Conference

In the context of my seminar on Mobile Applications in the masters course Computer Science and Media at the Stuttgart Media University, all kinds of mobile applications are developed by the students. They present their work at the end of the semester at the “HdM Mobile Apps Conference”. Today (July 29th 2015) the following eight app projects…

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XML Prague – XML5, JSONiq and other web trends

The XML Prague – the conference on XML topics – was a great success again. About 250 XML experts met at the University of Economics in Prague. Prague is a wonderful city, unfortunately I did not see much of it. One reason for this were the interesting talks and poster presentations, the other reason was…

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The-M-Project Version 1.0 released!

Three of our Computer Science and Media students developed a new open-source framework for mobile web application development as part of their Master-thesis projects (supervised by Volker Hahn, CEO of M-Way Solutions and me). Afterwards, two of them founded a new start-up called Panacoda (Panacoda website) in order to improve the framework and provide support…

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Metrics of the Mobile Web

At the mobile developer conference this year, Roland Gülle gave a talk about the metrics of the mobile web. I think it’s quite interesting stuff, worth having a look at when you are thinking about developing a mobile app. The question always arises:”Shall I do it native or web based or hybrid?” – this strongly…

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Performance in Web 2.0 Applications

The assurance of application performance is increasingly important for application development. Web 2.0 applications transfer the functionality part into the browser, so user interfaces can meet all the increasing requirements. An application in the browser should give users the feeling of a Rich-Client with all its benefits. To settle those claims JavaScript libraries are deployed…

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