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Mobile payment will probably be the means of payment method in the coming years

Mobile payment will probably be the means of payment method in the coming years | E-Commerce Development in the future! | Scoop.it

M-commerce: online shopping for mobile (smartphone and tablet) is booming. According to forecasts, the number of mobile users is expected to rapid and dramatic this year. Smartphones and digital tablets are now part of our personal lives but also professional. More mobile applications have emerged: the application “location based trade” real-time alert on tips from shops near a place. The mobile allows the company to have a close relationship with the user, since it is in constant contact with his mobile.

The use of these new technologies has given rise to new specialization as “responsive web design” to adapt the ergonomics, screen resolution and the content of the website to a mobile. We do not sail on a computer as a smartphone, it is necessary to rethink the very way of designing a website. We are currently experiencing the transition from internet to mobile internet.

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xiaoranshi's comment, March 21, 2013 9:44 PM
Looking ahead in the future maybe the computer and mobile phone can replace the ATM machine. We can just simply insert the bank card into the computer to get payment done in a second!
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What are the new trends in e-commerce? | Magazine SEO

What are the new trends in e-commerce? | Magazine SEO | E-Commerce Development in the future! | Scoop.it

According Fevad, online sales grew by 80% in just 3 years. E-commerce is more than just a business opportunity, it has become indispensable. However, today"  the e-commerce is facing new channels of communication. E-commerce platforms are overwhelmed by new media increasingly intelligent. E-tailers need to prepare for these new technological challenges by adapting and improving their systems upstream and downstream, in order to exploit these new structures …

The acceleration of digital deserves that we take the time to analyze these trends for the year 2013.

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xiaoranshi's comment, March 21, 2013 9:38 PM
The Global E-commerce it means more personal, more mobile, more channels, and also more connected. Nowadays the new complex technology made easily to spread messages to consumers! As we can see the major industries like finance company, travel agency, and media leading the fast-growing market. So people can get more general information and oppotunity to learn through ecommerce.
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E-Commerce Development in the future!

E-Commerce Development in the future! | E-Commerce Development in the future! | Scoop.it
"the future trend" E-shopping become more popular ...
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Alibaba with figures about e-commerce in China. Some key points of this infographic are:

242 Million Chinese consumers are expected to shop online and spend $265 Billion in 2013. 54% is spent on TMall, 17% on 360Buy. 68% of the purchaes are clothing.12% of online purchases are mad by mobile phone. 44% of Chinese internet shoppers check social media prior to buying 22% makes more that 40 purchases a year9 out of 10 uses e-payment services.Price is still the main reason to shop online for the ChineseProduct quality and credibility of Chinese e-commerce companies are major reasons not to buy online

China still has plenty of room to grow for e-commerce with yet 40% of the population buying online.

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xiaoranshi's comment, March 21, 2013 9:11 PM
The potential of the online-shopping in the future it will dramatically increased, even now the chinese consumers are expected to shop online and spend $265 Billion by 2013 according to the figures above. But i believe in the next 5 to 10 years online-shopping it will take over a large portion of the retail market.
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Websites and shops are synergies.......

Websites and shops are synergies....... | E-Commerce Development in the future! | Scoop.it
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The Multichannel websites merchants have long been regarded as competitors to traditional sales in the shop.Especially since the benefits of e-commerce are numerous wide range of products, ability to compare prices, and there is more pressure salesman. But today shopping and e-commerce sites are complementary. There is especially a digitizing outlets , which allows buyers to better orient themselves, to quickly find the desired product: it happens in a playful atmosphere through activities offered by digital displays.

 

On the other hand, the phenomenon “website to store” is often overlooked. In fact, the web can be a trigger and an accelerator of purchase even if the payment is made directly to the physical point of sale: the influence of the Internet is often underestimated because its turnover is measured only from Payments online by credit card. The CA does not take into account the impact of the Internet as motivation to purchase in store.

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What Skills Requires For Becoming Good iPhone Application Developer?

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Do you want to become iphone app developer? Yes, if you are tech-freak and love the gadgets to the most then, you definitely have a dream of becoming iPhone developer. But, an individual should know that there is a lot difference between thinking to be an iPhone programmer and becoming the one.

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5 Essential Steps to Become an iPhone DeveloperBy Simon Ng on November 14, 2009 in Posted In: Development

 

Step 1 - Get a Mac

Yes, you need a Mac. It’s the very basic requirement for iPhone development. To develop an iPhone app, you need to first get a Mac with Intel-based processor running on Mac OS X Leopard version (i.e. 10.5) or up. You probably grow up with MS Windows PC. If you do not have a Mac, the cheapest way is to purchase the Mac Mini, which costs US$599, and pair with the monitor of your PC. The basic model of Mac mini comes with Intel Core2 Duo 2.26GHz CPU and 2GB memory should be well enough to run the iPhone development tool smoothly. Of course, if you have more budget, go and get the new iMac with faster processing power.

Step 2 – Download the iPhone SDK

Apple has developed a suite of iPhone development tools (i.e. SDK) and released it to iPhone application developers with no cost. The SDK includes everything you need to build your iPhone app including the integrated development environment known as Xcode, interface builder, iPhone simulator, performance analyzer, code library/sample and useful documentation.

You can download the free iPhone SDK at Apple’s developer website. Before the download, you need to register an Apple account (if you don’t have one).

Step 3 – Learn Objective C and iPhone Development Environment

The first two steps are pretty straightforward. This step may take you huge amount of time to succeed especially you do not have any programming background. But if you really have passion about creating your own app, there is nothing can stop you.

Objective C is the primary programming language of iPhone app development. So, the first thing you’ll need is to grasp the language. If you do not know about Objective C or come from other programming backgrounds (e.g. C/C++ or Java), go and grab a beginner book to start studying. Here are a few books or resources you can further look into:

- Learning Objective-C on the Mac
- Programming in Objective C 2.0
- Learning Objective-C: A Primer

Other than learning the programming language, you also need to familiarize with the development environment. Beginning iPhone Development is a great book that you can begin with. You can also check out the official iPhone SDK documentation which bundles a wealth of information and samples to walk you through the development environment, as well as, how you can design & test your app with interface builder and iPhone simulator.

Step 4 – Get Your Hand Dirty! Develop an iPhone app!

Like studying any kind of language, the best way to learn is to get your hand dirty. Don’t just read the programming book. Simply think of a very simple project to start with and begin to develop the iPhone app. Your first app does have to be fun or useful. Just code it, make it work and run it through the iPhone simulator. Remember that’s just the beginning, you can then further tweak your app and make it even better. Most importantly, that’s a great learning process. You can gradually pickup the language and the development environment.

Even you can’t think of any project, you can just follow the sample project in the development kit or the iPhone book you’re reading. With reference to the sample projects, make some modifications. Just remember to get your hand dirty! That’s the best way to learn programming.

And, hopefully, you’ll come up with your own iPhone app in this step.

Step 5 – Join the iPhone Developer Program and Submit your App

Up to this point, you can only test your iPhone app on the Mac with the iPhone simulator, bundled in SDK. You do not have the right to load the app onto your iPhone and run it. If you plan to put your app up to the App Store, you’ll need to join the iPhone developer program.

The annual basic fee of the program is US$99. For corporate developer who works for a large organization with 500 or more employees and plan for developing in-house app, you can also select the iPhone develop program for enterprise, which costs US$299 annually. The signup process includes agreeing to the Apple terms and condition and signing the contract.

By joining as an official iPhone developer, Apple will send you a digital certificate that allows you to test your iPhone app on a real iPhone instead of the simulator. Okay, even you’ve tried it out on the simulator, remember to test your app thoroughly on a real iPhone. Never put up a buggy app to your user!

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