Android mobile application for web-based digital asset management system
Lee, Kai Quan
Date of Issue2017
School of Computer Science and Engineering
AMPS (Asset Management and Production System) is a powerful web-based system that provides asset tracking and file hosting with synchronization services. This projects targets to have a mobile application as its extension to improve user enormously. This project aims to build a stable and user-friendly Android mobile application for AMPS, which is a second iteration of previous FYP work by Nanyang Technological University Student Li Yishan. To meet the requirements and improve functional stability, this project builds a new Android application with reference to the existing project. This document states the development process including requirement analysis, design, implementation, challenge and future recommendations. As the result of this project, a newly developed AMPS Android application has been built with better interfaces, with better scalability and future maintenance.
DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University