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Title: University of Balamand mobile App
Authors: Mohamad, Ali
Advisors: Ayoubi, Rafic 
Subjects: Mobile computing--Case studies
Software engineering--Case studies
Issue Date: 2015
Today, smartphones have become integral to our daily lives. People are becoming more attached to their mobile phones and more reliant on them. The mobile phone experience is changing the way people go about their daily lives. People are now using new capabilities of smartphones. Today, smartphones can play a key role in orienting people. The aim of this project will be to illustrate the technical implementation and the development of a mobile phone application for the University of Balamand. This app can be installed on smartphones to provide guidance and orientation for everyday life in the university. Functionalities will include helping users interact with the Balamand community through activities, maps, courses, mail, news and much more. In order to achieve this key goal a number of sub objectives is defined. The project is divided into a multitude tasks of and each task is tackled separately. To gain a more practical understanding of the challenges mobile development encounters, a review of literature is undertaken. The aim here is to get a clear vision on every step in the milestone for software design and implementation on one of nowadays platform such as android. This is to be done in accordance with the needs of the Balamand community in order to build a successful, useful, and practical application.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-81).

Supervised by Dr. Rafic El Ayoubi.
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Type: Project
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