As notifications become part of people's lives, their importance often depends on various factors that can influence the reaction and the disruption of recipients. The generation and the distribution of notifications should be carefully designed every time a new application or smart device is devised. This paper presents XDN (Cross Device Notification), a framework to assist developers in creating cross-device notifications by scripting. XDN provides a set of high-level APIs, based on JavaScript, for designing personalized notifications to be distributed among ad-hoc sets of end-user devices. Developers are also supported in implementing and testing notification strategies thanks to a web-based integrated environment. We present a use case, representative of a realistic application, to demonstrate the functionality and the applicability of the framework.

XDN: Cross-Device Framework for Custom Notifications Management / Corno, Fulvio; DE RUSSIS, Luigi; Montanaro, Teodoro. - STAMPA. - (2017), pp. 57-62. ((Intervento presentato al convegno The 9th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems tenutosi a Lisbon (Portugal) nel June 26-29, 2017 [10.1145/3102113.3102127].

XDN: Cross-Device Framework for Custom Notifications Management

CORNO, Fulvio;DE RUSSIS, LUIGI;MONTANARO, TEODORO
2017

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As notifications become part of people's lives, their importance often depends on various factors that can influence the reaction and the disruption of recipients. The generation and the distribution of notifications should be carefully designed every time a new application or smart device is devised. This paper presents XDN (Cross Device Notification), a framework to assist developers in creating cross-device notifications by scripting. XDN provides a set of high-level APIs, based on JavaScript, for designing personalized notifications to be distributed among ad-hoc sets of end-user devices. Developers are also supported in implementing and testing notification strategies thanks to a web-based integrated environment. We present a use case, representative of a realistic application, to demonstrate the functionality and the applicability of the framework.
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