Mobile Application Framework for IobT Hydrogen Skin Moisturizing
In this paper, we developed mobile application framework which manages the hydrogen skin moisturizing device. We use react native framework for developing the mobile application. It allows us to manage and control the hydrogen skin device. Our hydrogen skin moisturizing device is based on PCB boards. We were connecting to PCB boards by Bluetooth communication methods. React native is a framework that provides the same results as a native application developed by a mobile application. It’s just enough to save time and money for converting the one written code into other platforms.
KeywordsMobile application Bluetooth communication method PCB board React native
This work (Grants No. C0541451) was supported by Business for Cooperative R&D between Industry, Academy, and Research Institute funded Korea Small and Medium Business Administration in 2017, by the KIAT (Korea Institute for Advanced of Technology) grant funded by the Korea Government (MOTIE: Ministry of Trade Industry and Energy) (No. N0002429), by supported by the Private Intelligence Information Service Expansion (No. C0511-18-1001) funded by the NIPA (National IT Industry Promotion Agency), by Basic Science Research Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) funded by the Ministry of Education (No. 2017R1D1A1A02018718).
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