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Title: Automatic generation of Android SQLite database components
Authors: Musleh, Iman
Zain, Samer
Nawahdah, Mamoun
Norsaremah, Salleh
Keywords: Mobile applications
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2018
Publisher: IOS Press
Source: Iman Musleh, Samer Zain, Mamoun Nawahdah, Norsaremah Salleh; Automatic Generation of Android SQLite Database Components. SoMeT 2018: 3-16
Series/Report no.: Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications ; Volume 303 : New Trends in Intelligent Software Methodologies, Tools and Techniques
Abstract: Mobile applications (apps) are becoming ubiquitous and at the same time getting more complex to develop. Specific development tools and techniques are always essential to facilitate the development of reliable and cost effective mobile apps. However, a large fraction of Android app developers are known to be novice and come from non-computing background. To assist developers, this paper addresses the problem of automatic generation of Android database components, and presents a technique for creating SQLite database and APIs. The technique is based on a tool named Android SQLite Creator (ASQLC) that can automatically generate Android SQLite database as well as the API classes that perform read/write operation on that database. To evaluate the tool, a preliminary experiment was conducted by junior computer science students in building a small size Android database. This preliminary evaluation shows that our tool can be usable and promising particularly for novice developers.
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