Seminaire : Geoffrey Hecht

Qui? Geoffrey Hecht, étudiant sous la direction de Naouel Moha <br> Quand? Mercredi 4 novembre 2015 à 12:15 Où? PK-5115 Titre: Tracking the Software Quality of Android Applications along their Evolution Résumé Mobile apps are becoming complex software systems that must be developed quickly and evolve continuously to fit new user requirements and execution contexts. However, addressing these requirements may result in poor design choices, also known as antipatterns, which may incidentally degrade software quality and performance. Thus, the automatic detection and tracking of antipatterns in this apps are important activities in order to ease both maintenance and evolution. Moreover, they guide developers to refactor their applications and thus, to improve their quality. While antipatterns are well-known in object-oriented applications, their study in mobile applications is still in its infancy. In this article, we analyze the evolution of mobile apps quality on 3, 568 versions of 106 popular Android applications downloaded from the Google Play Store. For this purpose, we use a tooled approach, called PAPRIKA, to identify 3 object-oriented and 4 Android-specific antipatterns from binaries of mobile apps, and to analyze their quality along evolutions. This article will be presented during ASE 2015 (Lincoln, Nebraska) on November 11. Présentation

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