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Title: Platforms for clients and developers
Authors: Ansari, Mukhtar
Ali, Kabir (12CO19)
Karele, Mehraj (13CO79)
Shah, Anwar Ahmed (11CO37)
Keywords: Project Report - CO
Issue Date: May-2018
Publisher: AIKTC
Series/Report no.: Accession # PE0447;
Abstract: Platform for Clients and Developers Accompanied by the rapid growth of Information Technology Engineering, android mobiles are now used widely in a variety of fields.However, most applications are designed for normal persons and are designed to make people’s life easier.Clients Developers On Cloud enables ubiquitous access of data and information by college clients and developers.Using this service developers have the facility to dynamically avail clients of varied branches with documents, notes, information, program codes, data files, audios, videos, and notification related to subject matter regarding project development at any time and place.The application has two sections majorly, one being the developers end and other is Clients end; both having their own separate utilities and responsibilities.Developers can remotely access the application and download and upload all types of files whereas Clients can also download and upload the all types of files from the application by having a ubiquitous access of data and information.Push Notification helps clients to be aware of notices regarding project development related activities, circulars and all the sudden events and important information to be shared with all the clients of the colleges.Forum has been implements in the application for doubts and discussion between developers and clients where a Clients can raise a doubt about the subjects related project development and developers can reply to it thus removing any miscommunication between developers and clients.
Description: In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award of Computer engineering
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