An Offline Web App for the Self-Management of Diabetes and Obesity

Patrick McAllister, Raymond Bond

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The amount of people being diagnosed with diabetes is ever increasing and smartphone applications allow such patients to self-manage their condition through documenting their readings for analysis and future reference. These management applications enable users to take charge of their condition and to promote healthy living. Many of these diabetes and obesity monitoring applications are native to a specific operating system, which may restrict other users using them. Web applications provides a solution to this. Many mobile web applications require network access to fully operate. The proposed diabetes and obesity management system utilises a hybrid methodology that will be both native and web based. The system is developed using the latest web technologies with a strong focus on utilising responsive design and offline storage capabilities that can be uploaded to a cloud based database.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
PublisherIrish Human Computer Interaction Conference
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished (in print/issue) - 2 Sept 2014
Event2014 Irish Human Computer Interaction Conference - Dublin
Duration: 2 Sept 2014 → …


Conference2014 Irish Human Computer Interaction Conference
Period2/09/14 → …


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