Title

Early-Enact

Publication Date

Spring 2016

Document Type

Project Summary

Degree Name

Master of Science

Department

Computer Science

First Advisor

Soon-Ok Park, Ph.D.

Second Advisor

(Clare) Xueqing Tang, Ph.D.

Third Advisor

Neng-Shin Chen, M.S.

Abstract

These days the Present generation is exaggerated with the mobile devices due to the breakthroughs of auxiliary features in the modern devices such as mobile phones, tablets, etc. Now a day’s each and every handset is collaborated with the contemporary technologies such as Wi-Fi, GPS, and 4G Connectivity. The primary idea of the Early-Enact Mobile application is to develop an android based application which enable the family of university to register with their personal information and chatter with the Wi-Fi based intranet application with their group of Co-users who are already registered with the Early-Enact mobile application. Using this system everyone in the university can register into the Early-Enact Mobile application by which users and co-users across the university can connect. The system involves both the devices to be tied in to a same Wi-Fi network. The end-users should install this application on the devices which they are using by which they can use the avails of the Early-Enact Mobile application.

As a squad, we are developing this Early-Enact Mobile application to display the pictures which are interested in a user to keep the background of his mobile application along with the quotes of a famous personality. In this Android mobile application, a user can add, edit and delete the pictures in the application according to his personal opinion by which the user wants his mobile to be more attractive than the co-user mobile by using this application. The Main characteristic of Early-Enact intranet Wi-Fi chatting application enables the end-users such as the group members of the university can connect each other by sending and receiving the messages.

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