Near Field Communication (NFC): From Theory to Practice (Anglais) Relié – 9 février 2012
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Description du produit
Revue de presse
While NFC is a very specific and limited protocol, thefact that this book covers all aspects of NFC and how it relates tomany other communication methods makes the book very useful to awide audience and an interesting read. (IEEEMicrowave Magazine, 1 September 2013)
Présentation de l'éditeur
In this book, the authors present the contemporary research onall aspects of NFC, addressing related security aspects as well asinformation on various business models. In addition, the bookprovides comprehensive information a designer needs to design anNFC project, an analyzer needs to analyze requirements of a new NFCbased system, and a programmer needs to implement an application.Furthermore, the authors introduce the technical and administrativeissues related to NFC technology, standards, and globalstakeholders. It also offers comprehensive information as well asuse case studies for each NFC operating mode to give the usage ideabehind each operating mode thoroughly. Examples of NFC applicationdevelopment are provided using Java technology, and securityconsiderations are discussed in detail.
- Offers a complete understanding of the NFC technology,including standards, technical essentials, operating modes,application development with Java, security and privacy, businessecosystem analysis
- Provides analysis, design as well as development guidance forprofessionals from administrative and technical perspectives
- Discusses methods, techniques and modelling support includingUML are demonstrated with real cases
- Contains case studies such as payment, ticketing, socialnetworking and remote shopping
This book will be an invaluable guide for business and ecosystemanalysts, project managers, mobile commerce consultants, system andapplication developers, mobile developers and practitioners. Itwill also be of interest to researchers, software engineers,computer scientists, information technology specialists includingstudents and graduates.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Well written and organized, this book presents a useful review of NFC technology from business and technical perspectives. In addition, the three operating modes of NFC (i.e. reader/writer mode, peer-to-peer mode and card emulation mode) are illustrated with interesting case studies and programming examples.
I reckon that readers will benefit from becoming more knowledgeable about the recent NFC implementation in their cities!
Note: I am not an app developer so this review did not consider chapter 5.
Wish I could have more positive things to say.
- libnfc . It would have been good to see this covered [ Though libnfc has a few limitations; it is definitely a very useful library/project for developers]
- open-nfc .
- Thanks to Arduino (and the NFC Shield project from SeeedStudio - [...]), it has been very easy for students and hobbyists alike to get their hands dirty with non-Java NFC programming
- Nothing is mentioned about IBM's pioneering work on JCOP (now transitioned to NXP) and it's relevance to the Payment Industry. The Nexus/Sprint MNO based Google Wallet program actually relies on the NXP Chip (PN532 variant) on the Nexus Phone. A lot many NFC kits are based on variants of NXP's PN532 microcontroller.
- From a references perspective, while the book does cite a lot of useful references, I was a little surprised to see no mention of Rankl's pioneering and extremely readable Smart Card Handbook nor Zhiquin Chen's still relevant book on JavaCard
- The Java programming examples too seem to cover only Midlet based paradigms and none on the javacard.* based options
Despite the lack of the aforementioned areas, this book still covers a lot of stuff and is definitely a good read. All-in-all - a very nice effort by the authors and the NFC Lab (Istanbul) folks. I hope their next edition covers more great stuff.