Provided by: International Association of Engineering and Management Education (IAEME)
"Mobile devices are significant part of the people daily life, the authors actively use them in communication, administration and to reach and consume digital data. The diversity of mobile platforms and the device capabilities necessitates developing the same functionality for each relevant mobile platform. Further issue of the mobile devices is their limited availability of battery power, i.e. mobile applications should strain after energy efficient solutions. The methodology provided by this paper addresses both of these issues. They provide a model-driven solution, where mobile applications are designed applying domain specific languages, and the executable artifacts are generated by domain specific model processors."