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The Art and Science of NFC Programming

ISBN: 978-1-78630-057-7
154 pages
March 2017, Wiley-ISTE
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NFC is a world standard since 2004 which is now within every smartphone on the market. Such a standard enables us to do mobile transactions (mobile payment) in a secure way along with many other information- based tap’n play operations. This book has a double role for computer scientists (from bachelor students in CS to IT professionals).

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Table of Contents

Foreword vii

Preface xi

Introduction xv

Chapter 1. State-of-the-Art of NFC1

1.1. Future mobiquitous digital services 2

1.1.1. The era of mobiquity 3

1.1.2. Toward a world of contactless communicating objects 6

1.2. NFC equipment 7

1.2.1. NFC tag 7

1.2.2. NFC smart card 8

1.2.3. NFC smartphone 13

1.2.4. Reader/encoder: NFC transaction terminals 14

1.2.5. “Smart cities” and sustainable development 14

1.2.6. Cashless payment with NFC 15

1.3. NFC standards 16

1.3.1. Analog signal and NFC digital transposition 18

1.3.2. The three standardized modes of NFC 21

1.3.3. NFC forum standards 25

1.3.4. GlobalPlatform (GP) 36

1.3.5. SIMAlliance and open mobile API 42

Chapter 2. Developing NFC Applications with Android  45

2.1. Introduction to Android programming using Eclipse 46

2.1.1. Android in a nutshell 46

2.1.2. Android in Eclipse IDE 49

2.1.3. Intents and Android context 60

2.1.4. The Activity class of Android 61

2.1.5. Android graphical interface: “layout” files 64

2.1.6. Compiling and testing an Android application 67

2.2. Implementing NFC with Android 70

2.2.1. Android manifest declarations 71

2.2.2. Implementing the NFC reader/writer mode 71

2.2.3. Implementing the NFC P2P mode with Android 83

2.2.4. Implementing the NFC card emulation mode with Android 87

2.2.5. Developing NFC services with Android HCE 97

Chapter 3. NFC Use Cases 107

3.1. Usage of the NFC reader/writer mode 107

3.1.1. Use case: management of equipment loans 108

3.2. Usage of the NFC P2P mode 112

3.2.1. Use case: NFC pairing 112

3.3. Usage of NFC card emulation mode 114

3.3.1. Use case: digital wallet in the SE 115

3.4. Usage of the HCE mode 118

3.4.1. Use case: SE in the Cloud with HCE 119

Conclusion 121

Bibliography 125

Index 129

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