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Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />Prepared for:<br />March 15, 2011<br />John Sprunger<br />jsprunger.com<br />jspru...
Mobile Architecture - Key Considerations<br />Why design a mobile application any differently?<br />Key problems:<br />Per...
Performance<br />Mobile devices have significantly less resources<br />Performance optimization best practices generally t...
Security<br />No longer safe and secure within the datacenter<br />Security of communication between device and server<br ...
Usability<br />Make or break user acceptance<br />Follow platform-specific guidelines<br />Limited screen real estate<br /...
Data Access<br />No more direct database access<br />API creation<br />Don’t trust API input<br />Perform checks client-si...
Connectivity<br />Different types of connections<br />Commonly no connection at all<br />Offline access doesn’t always mak...
Questions?<br />Q&A<br />Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />
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When developing mobile applications, there are a number of key challenges where architecture and design are fundamentally different from that of a typical enterprise application. We’ll review and discuss the key architectural issues in mobile application development, including performance, usability, data access, security, and connectivity

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Mobile Architecture Best Practices

  1. 1. Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />Prepared for:<br />March 15, 2011<br />John Sprunger<br />jsprunger.com<br />jsprunger@westmonroepartners.com<br />
  2. 2. Mobile Architecture - Key Considerations<br />Why design a mobile application any differently?<br />Key problems:<br />Performance<br />Security<br />Usability<br />Data Access<br />Connectivity<br />Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />
  3. 3. Performance<br />Mobile devices have significantly less resources<br />Performance optimization best practices generally the same<br />Limited bandwidth, slower connection speeds<br />Only retrieve data needed by the application<br />Conserve battery life, push over poll<br />Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />
  4. 4. Security<br />No longer safe and secure within the datacenter<br />Security of communication between device and server<br />Token-based authentication<br />SSL<br />Security of data on the device<br />Store confidential data server-side<br />If necessary, decrypt using key not stored on device<br />No PHI (private health information)<br />Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />
  5. 5. Usability<br />Make or break user acceptance<br />Follow platform-specific guidelines<br />Limited screen real estate<br />Summary / Detail / Edit<br />Environmental considerations<br />Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />
  6. 6. Data Access<br />No more direct database access<br />API creation<br />Don’t trust API input<br />Perform checks client-side for usability<br />Perform checks again on server-side<br />Validation<br />Authorization<br />Business Logic<br />Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />
  7. 7. Connectivity<br />Different types of connections<br />Commonly no connection at all<br />Offline access doesn’t always make sense<br />Need for real-time data<br />Need for immediate processing<br />Offline data access – Cache & Queue<br />Cache<br />Store data locally for offline access<br />Periodically retrieve fresh data<br />Expire old data<br />Queue <br />FIFO queue of updates<br />Periodically attempt to send updates<br />Save the queue to disk<br />Provide synchronization mechanism<br />Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />
  8. 8. Questions?<br />Q&A<br />Mobile Architecture Best Practices<br />

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