PLATFORM INDEPENDENT DESIGN CONCEPT FOR SMARTPHONE APPS DEVELOPMENT
Currently many platforms such as iOS, Android, Symbian OS, BlackBerry OS, Windows Phone, MeeGo, HP webOS, or bada with different programming languages and paradigms each currently struggle for majority of the smartphone market. Not even looking at the vast amount of different devices, the total number of application stores indicates a growing diversity of today’s market. When producing mobile applications, the key problem arises in the conflict between market perceptions on the one hand and cost of development on the other. If you want to address the majority of today’s mobile users you could either develop your applications for each of these platforms independently, or try to follow a platform independent strategy in order to cut the finance. In this paper, we propose a platform-independent framework for smartphone application development. The core technology of our framework is based on building interpreter with common syntax for different platform. Because we are targeting on OS independent platform. To this end, we propose the framework architecture and evaluate the system.
Mendapara Vijay R., Ghodasara Yogesh R., Kamani Krunal C