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Introduction
1.1 Research questions
1.2 Research method
1.3 Research design
1.4 Outline
Prestudy
2.1.1 Android Software development kit (SDK)
2.1.2 Why Android?
2.1.3 Android availability
2.1.4 Third party code library support
2.2 Service Oriented Architecture introduction
2.3 Web service messaging
2.3.1 Plain HTTP Post
2.3.2 JSON and REST
2.3.3 SOAP messaging protocol
2.3.4 Conclusion
2.4 Mobile computing characteristics
2.5 Time limits on user feedback
2.6 Android Web services support
2.6.1 Manually create SOAP messages
2.6.2 Third party libraries for SOAP support
2.7 The MPower platform
2.7.1 MPOWER benefits of mobile clients
2.8 RPC versus document style Web services
2.9 Existing research
Architectural alternatives and their impacts
3.1 Architectural alternatives for mobile Web service access
3.1.1 HTML frontend
3.1.2 Direct Web service invocation
3.1.3 Web service gateway
3.2 Quality attributes and attribute tactics
3.2.1 Availability
3.2.2 Modifiability
3.2.6 Usability
3.3 Architecture development impacts
3.4 Conclusion
3.4.1 HTML frontend
3.4.2 Direct Web service invocation
3.4.3 Web service gateway
Basic Web service invocation on Android
4.1.1 Research action, justification and goals
4.1.2 Results
4.1.3 Evaluation
4.2 Code generation support
4.3 Invocation performance
4.3.1 Research action, justification and goals
4.3.2 Testing environment
4.3.3 Test measurements
4.3.4 Results
4.3.5 Evaluation
MPower proof of concept Android client
5.1 MPower proof of concept client application
5.1.1 Research action, justification and goals
5.1.2 Test environment
5.1.3 Benchmark description
5.1.4 Results
5.1.5 Evaluation
5.2 Proof of concept invocation performance
5.2.1 Research action, justification and goals
5.2.2 Test environment
5.2.3 Benchmark description
5.2.4 Results
5.2.5 Evaluation
5.3 Android compared to native Java performance
5.3.1 Research action, justification and goals
5.3.2 Test environment
5.3.3 Benchmark operations
5.3.4 Results
5.3.5 Evaluation
5.4 General development experiences
5.4.1 Android development
5.4.2 KSoap2 and Android
5.4.3 Best practices in mobile SOAP clients
Conclusion
6.1 Contributions
6.2 Conclusion
6.3 Further work
Bibliography
Appendices
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