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An IDE for Developing Mobile Applications for Smart Phones

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Mobile Devices have been gaining increasing acceptance for developing Multimedia-rich applications. Everyday new Technologies in Mobile Devices have been developed by developers and are competing with the Previous in Market. Nowadays developing applications for Smart phones is common today and nearly thousands of new applications are coming to the Market every day. Software firms have also developed many programming platforms and tools for the developers to write programs for Mobile Devices. But so far there is no Specific IDE developed to create mobile application easily by just Drag and Drop method to make even the non-programmers to develop application for the smart phones. This paper presents an IDE for developing Mobile Application without Programming for Smart phones. The IDE allows non-programmer to develop a mobile application for smart phones efficiently. The IDE has navigation control tools in iconic format that can be used to incorporate within the application by drag and drop method and directly installed to the smart phones as applications. With the help of the GUI Builders and ADT plug-in the IDE is created and tested against the Android Mobile Phones.

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