Essays about: "Jonas Torstensson"

Found 3 essays containing the words Jonas Torstensson.

  1. 1. Android Security : An evaluation of applications in Google Play

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Institutionen för datavetenskap

    Author : Jonas Torstensson; [2017]
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    Abstract : This thesis examines security issues that might occur in the applications from Google Play. It examines vulnerabilities by an evaluation of how well the policies and guidelines of the store transfers to the applications. After a short literature study about android and security. The polices and guidelines of Google Play is examined. READ MORE

  2. 2. Conceptual Design of an UnloadingSystem for Continuous Tracks : How to increase the load capacity of tracks with the use ofhydraulic cylinders

    University essay from KTH/Maskinkonstruktion (Inst.)

    Author : Jonas Torstensson; [2017]
    Keywords : Hydraulic unloading system; continuous track; load capacity tracks; Hydraulisk avlastare; bandenhet; lastkapacitet;

    Abstract : This report presents the result of a Master thesis course done at the Machine Design department at KTH. The thesis was written at the company Svea Teknik in collaboration with the tunnel boring machine manufacturer Atlas Copco. READ MORE

  3. 3. Applying MVP Principles when Developing Mobile Health Applications: An Exploratory Study on Selected mobile Applications and their Version History

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

    Author : Felix Sebastian Fortoul; Jonas Torstensson; [2016-06-28]
    Keywords : minimum-viable-product; mvp; build-measure-learn; bml; lean software development; mhealth; ehealth; mobile application development; medical software; release frequency; continuous evolution;

    Abstract : In an ever evolving and highly competitive mobilehealth application market, software developers and companiesface the daunting challenge to streamline their developmentmethods to be able to obtain and correctly interpret customerdemands, in order to reduce wasted resources and reevaluate andimprove their products to stay competitive within this volatileindustry. This exploratory case study aims at identifying howmHealth developers deploy their products by applying buildmeasure-learn principles and how frequently a new minimumviable-product is released; along with analyzing which factors thattriggers the continuous development of their products, if anysignificant amount of changes are driven by user-experienceissues, stability enhancements, legislative requirements,compatibility demands or emerging technological possibilitiesproviding opportunities for extended functionality; as well asinvestigating which basic functionality that should be consideredvital to implement in an initial version of a minimum-viableproductin this field. READ MORE