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    HYBRID E-COMMERCE APPLICATION

    Published: July 17, 2018

    Explained hybrid mobile technologies and showed the differences between native and web app

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    HYBRID E-COMMERCE APPLICATION

    • 1. HYBRID E-COMMERCE APPLICATIONPROJECT HYBRID E-COMMERCE APPLICATION PROJECT By Roşan Erdemli Göktay Böcek Dorukhan Mert Başoğlu
    • 2. E-COMMERCE E-COMMERCE Electronics Commerce is a methodology of modern business which addresses the need of business organizations, vendors and customers to reduce cost and improve the quality of goods and services while increasing the speed of delivery. E-commerce refers to paperless exchange of business information using following ways.
    • 3. TRADITIONAL COMMERCE V/S E-COMMERCE TRADITIONAL COMMERCE V/S E-COMMERCE • Information exchange from person to person. • Information sharing is made easy via electronic communication channels E-Commerce Traditional Commerce • It is difficult to establish and maintain standard practices • easily established and maintain • Communications of business depends upon individual skills. • there is no human intervention. • depends heavily on personal communication. • provides user a platform where all information is available at one place.
    • 4. AVAILABLE CLIENT TEHCNOLOGIES AVAILABLE CLIENT TEHCNOLOGIES •ANDROID APPLICATIONS •IOS APPLICATIONS •NATIVE APPLICATIONS •HYBRID APPLICATIONS
    • 5. ANDROID APPLICATIONS ANDROID APPLICATIONS Android is the name of the mobile operating system made by American company; Google. It most commonly comes installed on a variety of smart phones and tablets from a host of manufacturers offering users access to Google’s own services like Search, YouTube, Maps, Gmail and more.
    • 6. IOS APPLICATIONS IOS APPLICATIONS iOS is the operating system that runs on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch devices. The operating system manages the device hardware and provides the technologies required to implement native apps.
    • 7. NATIVE APPLICATIONS NATIVE APPLICATIONS Native app development means using the native programming languages of the devices to build the app. For iPhone, the native programming language is Objective C and the new Swift. For Android, the native programming language is Java.
    • 8. HYBRID APPLICATIONS HYBRID APPLICATIONS Hybrid apps are developed using web technologies: HTML5, CSS and JavaScript, then put inside a native container such Adobe PhoneGap. These native containers run the web application code and package it into an app.
    • 9. Slide9 A hybrid app can be built faster across multiple mobile platforms and cost less compared to native app development. However, if your app has a complex feature set, you should consider building a native app to keep your product experience strong.
    • 10. MOBILE E-COMMERCE MOBILE E-COMMERCE •Less than a decade after the e-Commerce revolution and its associated global impact on the business environment, it appears that another step has been taken in the evolution of networked computing. Transitioning from wired to wireless networks, the latest buzz in the industry is mobile commerce or m-Commerce •The m-Commerce and the e-Commerce business environments and activities have a lot in common. •The growing importance of m-Commerce is fueled by the phenomenal growth in the wireless market in general •Several companies have positioned themselves to play a multi-faceted role within the m-Commerce market place, thus creating an entirely new business landscape, where often players have overlapping roles.
    • 11. ADVANTAGES OF HYBRID APLICATIONS ADVANTAGES OF HYBRID APLICATIONS •Access to device data •Offline working •More resources •Easy scaling
    • 12. HYBRID MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT TOOLS HYBRID MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT TOOLS • Sencha Touch • Kendo UI • PhoneGap • IONIC • Mobile Angular UI • Intel XDK
    • 13. PHONEGAB PHONEGAB Using PhoneGap, one can create apps for all major mobile operating systems like Apple iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows etc. This does not require the developer to have an expertise over any of the above mentioned platforms, neither the developer is required to know programming to code the app from scratch. PhoneGap allows its users to upload the data contents on website and it automatically converts it to various App files.
    • 14. CONCLUSION CONCLUSION •Cordova – PhoneGap •Angular Js (Html5 – CSS3) •Rest Web Services (JSon) •PostgreSQL •Java •Tomcat •Maven •Eclipse For the project we will use:
    • 15. Slide15 Suggestions and solutions What is problem? Why we recommended? In the end. Göktay, Roşan, Dorukhan