RefreshD: Token Payment Mobile Application, Creation of a Simple Payment Application for Large Events
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Abstract – Luke Smith The development of a mobile payment application requires more than simply developing the code behind the application. Research has to be undertaken to find the gap in the application store market, detailing the use of NFC and QR codes within applications already available. The idea of paying for a product via a smartphone has been pushed for the past few years, and a comparison of current applications and learning from their mistakes can take place. The application will be events focused, using ‘tokens’ as a form of payment, to find what people want from the application, conducting a survey will gain an insight into the participant’s thoughts, through both quantitative and qualitative questioning. The combination of secondary and the primary research can then be used in creating a mobile application, a Windows Phone 7.5 application created via Visual Studio 2010, using XAML and VB.NET. The application will be pre-alpha, thus not all features will be present. The completed pre-alpha application will be tested via independent participants in the form of test cases. The project aims to create a suitable token payment mobile application system.
BSc (Hons) Software Engineering with Networking
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