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Tools and Techniques for Energy-Efficient Mobile Application Development

@inproceedings{Cruz2019ToolsAT,
  title={Tools and Techniques for Energy-Efficient Mobile Application Development},
  author={Luis Cruz},
  year={2019}
}
Driven by their convenience and ubiquitousness, smartphones have been widely adopted over the past ten years. As a consequence, mobile apps have rapidly become indispensable to perform everyday tasks. Users rely on mobile apps to accomplish tasks such as calling a taxi, renting a car, paying at grocery stores, ordering food, and so on. Nowadays, being unable to operate with a smartphone device, may imply being unable to carry out important tasks. This is the case when our smartphone runs out of… Expand
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