The session “Near Field Communication (NFC) For Next Generation Smart Phone Apps” was presented at 2nd Annual IndicThreads.com Conference On Mobile Application Development, August 2011, Pune, India. This session will cover details of technology, its current state and its impact on mobile application development, followed by a demonstration of how to build a NFC based TAG reading Android Application.
Near field communication, or NFC, allows for simplified transactions, data exchange, and connections with a touch. A smartphone or tablet with an NFC chip could make a credit card payment or serve as keycard or ID card. The ease of use and secure in nature for data transfer makes NFC technology applicable in wide range of use-case scenarios.
With Google launching its Nexus S phone with NFC capabilities and reports about Apple planning to incorporate this technology in its iPhone 5, it becomes important to explore what this technology has to offer and if we can do any thing to make sure that the apps we develop can make the best use of it. Session will cover details of technology, its current state and its impact on mobile application development, followed by a demonstration of how to build a NFC based TAG reading Android Application
Ashutosh Tripathi is currently working as an Android Developer at Talentica Software. He has worked on mobile Platforms for over 4 years on Android, NXP and BADA. He was earlier with Samsung Mobiles as a Senior Software Engineer for Android Development, wherein he worked on a number of projects including Galaxy S.
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