Tuan A. Nguyen, Sarker T.A. Rumee, Christoph Csallner, and Nikolai Tillmann
TouchDevelop represents a radically new mobile application development model, as TouchDevelop enables mobile application development on a mobile device. I.e., with TouchDevelop, the task of programming say a Windows Phone is shifted from the desktop computer to the mobile phone itself. We describe a first experiment on independent, non-expert subjects to compare programmer productivity using TouchDevelop vs. using a more traditional approach to mobile application development.
|Published in||Proc. 1st International Workshop on User Evaluation for Software Engineering Researchers (USER)|