Applying Next Generation Web Technologies in the Configuration of Customer Designed Products
Web applications that provide rich features and graphics are becoming more widespread on the Internet nowadays. Mass customization and configure-to-order features appear more often in web applications and are very demanding on bandwidth and standards support from browsers.
This thesis investigates on the issues related to optimization of rich content rendered for browsers on mobile devices. It proposes a lightweight framework that solves issues of rendering on the server and client for the mobile browsers. The solution addresses optimization features such as minification, customized content rendering for mobile and other solutions by using the Wireless Universal Resource File (WURFL) – a device capabilities database. A demonstrator application with configure-to-order features is discussed at the end, along with how the optimization features were applied in the demonstrator
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