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College Schedule Notification Using Cross Platform


Harshali Vinayak Lokare , NDMVP's KBTCOE Nashik; Shivani Ravindra Kand, NDMVP's KBTCOE Nashik; Amit kumar Yadav, NDMVP's KBTCOE Nashik


Cross platform, Mobile device, schedule, hybrid approach, Native approach, web based approach, unification


Mobile device and mobile computing have made tremendous advances and become ubiquitous in the last few years. Native approach of mobile development still is the predominant way to develop for a particular mobile platform, recently there is shifting towards the development of cross platform mobile application. In the traditional system we don’t usually provide notification to the user only a border view of schedule is displayed. In this proposed system we will provide notification to the user about their schedule. With the result of the survey, it is argued the web based approach and in particular hybrid approach of mobile development serves the best for cross platform development. Using the hybrid approach a prototype of application has also been developed and built into native application for different platforms. This has helped to get a better in site about the domain of cross platform development; its main advantage is of unification of the development and testing process. In this, there will be a message send to the user about different lectures, practical, exams, assignments and college events. Other than this if there is any message to be conveyed to the students, it can be done. This system will be platform independent built on cross platform. The main focus is to have single source code for all the mobile operating systems. In an era where application developers today aim to maximize target reach Cross platform mobile application development shows us the path by truly providing a "Develop One Time, Deploy Anywhere Anytime" solution.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I30029
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2016
Page(s): 260-266

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