The use of modern development techniques to create a mobile application prototype
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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With mobile technology leading the computing market and the use of mobile applications for everyday usage, businesses are utilising this technology to perform tasks that would traditionally have been manually completed with a pen and paper. This project is to see how effectively modern day developmental techniques can create a functional prototype for the Eon Blue Studios bookings system that was previously paper based and unorganised. This study will research all areas surrounding mobile application development and their success, as well as the design, development and testing of a booking system prototype usable on a mobile device.
BSc (Hons) Software Development
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