Programming GPS and OpenStreetMap Applications with Java: The RealObject Application Framework
ISBN/ASIN: 1466507187,9781466507180 | 2012 | English | pdf | 248/246 pages | 3.27 Mb
Publisher: A K Peters/CRC Press | Author: Kristof Beiglböck | Edition: 1
A modern GPS smart phone represents a personal programming environment equipped with location and other sensors and broadband connectivity that can submit and retrieve real-world information in real time. The book suggests a Java implementation for remote objects on mobile runtime environments. This book describes the process of “modeling the world” by implementing a minimum reference real-object application to initiate life-cycle development in a community process. The book demonstrates how to set up a ﬁrst life cycle by using uniﬁed modeling to concrete implementations in Java.