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Methodology Approaches Regarding Classic versus Mobile Enterprise Application Development


  • Vasile-Daniel PAVALOAIA



In the nowadays enterprise computerized context, there is a trend that shifts the business ap-plications to the new mobile environments. In the light of this information, it is highly important to be knowledgeable about the software development methodologies available in order to make the right choice when it comes to developing a mobile application. The current research aims to presenting the methodological approaches regarding the development cycle of classic enterprise software versus mobile apps. In the first part of the paper a brief literature review regarding the mobile apps is made, for the purpose of justifying the current research theme. The most consistent part of the article puts face-to-face the “classical†and the new development methodologies adapted to the requirements of the new mobile environment trends. The paper also presents the challenges and limitations of mobile applications as well as few of the future trends in the researched domain.

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  • Vasile-Daniel PAVALOAIA, 2013. "Methodology Approaches Regarding Classic versus Mobile Enterprise Application Development," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 17(2), pages 59-72.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:17:y:2013:i:2:p:59-72

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