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eReading Solutions Architecture [Kindle Edition]

Jean-François Declercq

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Book Description

Why buy this eBook ?

If you are involved in an eReading project, you will be confronted with many ICT challenges...

This eBook aims at providing you tools to structure your approach and avoid making mistakes in your eReading project.

You'll get a methodology specifically designed for eReading Solutions Architecture based on my previous experiences as IT architect at IBM and HP and my current experiences (for example, my work for the Flemish eBook Platform).

What is in the eBook ?

The recent arrival of new devices like the iPad, the Kindle and its competitors opens new ways of consuming information (eBooks, apps, ePub, mobile sites...). Some applications now need to be designed for electronic reading (eReading). The
Flemish eBook Platform (VeP) is an example.

eReading Solutions Architecture proposes a method to successfully design and document solutions that involve electronic reading. The methodology will help you choosing the right eReading technology that fits your ePublishing strategy.

By using 4 main tiers in the eReading Reference architecture (eReader, Desktop, Web and Enterprise), many different eReading solutions can be designed :eBooks, eMagazines, eNewspapers, ePatientFiles.... As a case study, the architecture of a fictive "eBooks Project" is described.

The eBook is also a showcase on how to apply Enterprise Architecture methods like Archimate and KAOS.

I hope this work can help you designing your own killer innovative eReading solutions.

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  • File Size: 679 KB
  • Print Length: 50 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004Y6A0E2
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More About the Author

Jean-François Declercq was born in 1973 in Brussels, Belgium.

He graduated as civil engineer in computer sciences at the Université Catholique de Louvain and as MBA at Vlerick Management School.

Jean-François worked more than 10 years as Software Engineer, Technical Sales Consultant, IT Architect in large IT companies (Software AG, HP and IBM)

In 2010, he decided to leave the big companies to start a new adventure : starting a new company focused on eReading. At the beginning it was about "ePaper", nowadays it's much more about Tablets (iPad, Android), Smart Phones, Website, reading communities, enriched eBooks, DRM...

After more than one year of working and watching the eReading market, her released the eBook "eReading Solutions Architecture" which proposes a framework for the designing eReading platforms.

He is currently working on various eReading projects among which the Flemish eBook Platform.


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