Monday, March 4, 2019

Professional NFC Application Development for Android

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There has been little practical guidance available on NFC programming, until now. If you're a programmer or developer, get this unique and detailed book and start creating apps for this exciting technology. NFC enables contactless mobile communication between two NFC-compatible devices. It's what allows customers to pay for purchases by swiping their smartphones with Google Wallet, for example. This book shows you how to develop NFC applications for Android, for all NFC operating modes: reader/writer, peer-to-peer, and card emulation.

The book starts with the basics of NFC technology, an overview of the Android OS, and what you need to know about the SDK tools. It then walks you through all aspects of NFC app development, including SE programming. You'll find all you need to create an app, including functioning, downloadable code and a companion website with additional content. Valuable case studies help you understand each operating mode in clear, practical detail.
  • Shows programmers and developers how to develop Near Field Communication (NFC) applications for Android, including Secure Element (SE) programming
  • Expert authors are NFC researchers who have a deep knowledge of the subject
  • Covers app development in all NFC operating modes: reader/writer, peer-to-peer, and card emulation
  • Includes valuable case studies that showcase several system design and analysis methods, such as activity diagram, class diagram, UML, and others
Professional NFC Application Development for Android offers the clear, concise advice you need to create great applications for this emerging and exciting technology.

CHAPTER 1: Overview of Near Field Communication
CHAPTER 2: NFC Essentials for Application Developers
CHAPTER 3: Getting Started with Android
CHAPTER 4: Android Software Development Primer
CHAPTER 5: NFC Programming: Reader/Writer Mode
CHAPTER 6: Reader/Writer Mode Applications
CHAPTER 7: NFC Programming: Peer-to-Peer Mode
CHAPTER 8: Peer-to-Peer Mode Applications
CHAPTER 9: NFC Programming: Card Emulation Mode
APPENDIX A. URI Prefi xes for NDEF
APPENDIX B. Android NFC Packages

Author Details
"VEDAT COSKUN" is a computer scientist, academician, and author. He established NFC Lab –Istanbul (, the leading research lab on Near Field Communication (NFC) technology worldwide, which aims to take initiative on sustainable evolution of the technology for creating a win-win ecosystem for all the actors in the game such as users and fi nancial and technical organizations.

"KEREM OK" is a PhD candidate in the Informatics department at Istanbul University. His research areas are NFC, mobile technologies, web technologies, and mobile usability. He has authored several journal and conference publications on NFC technology. He is also one of the authors of Near Field Communication (NFC): From Theory to Practice.

"BUSRA OZDENIZCI" received her MS degree in Information Technologies from ISIK University, Turkey, and is pursuing her PhD degree in the Informatics department at Istanbul University. Her research areas include NFC, mobile communication technologies, and mobile persuasion. She has authored several conference and journal publications on NFC technology.

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