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Wei, Guo; Joan, Lu (2014)
Publisher: ARIA International Academy, Research and Industry Association
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: QA75, QA76
Abstract—Cloud computing infrastructure is increasingly\ud used for distributed applications. Mobile learning\ud applications deployed in the cloud are a new research\ud direction. The applications require specific development\ud approaches for effective and reliable communication. This\ud paper proposes an interdisciplinary approach for design and\ud development of mobile applications in the cloud. The\ud approach includes front service toolkit and backend service\ud toolkit. The front service toolkit packages data and sends it\ud to a backend deployed in a cloud computing platform. The\ud backend service toolkit manages rules and workflow, and\ud then transmits required results to the front service toolkit.\ud To further show feasibility of the approach, the paper\ud introduces a case study and shows its performance.
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