Development of Arduino applications for IoT applications in software engineering education: a systematic literature review

Noorrezam Yusop, Nor Aiza Moketar, Siti Fairuz Nurr Sadikan


The continuous development of software applications is a necessary step in producing high-quality products that will consistently meet end-user expectations and stakeholder needs. Development of Arduino applications, embedded in a product’s hardware, can and should be considered at the software engineering phase itself, even though current practice dictates it be handled by product engineers. The method used in this investigation was based on a systematic literature review (SLR). Therefore, this paper depicts a gap that currently exists within the body of literature surrounding the development of Arduino applications for ‘internet of things’ (IoT) applications in software engineering education in commercial and research fields. The result of this study are two findings investigates: i) relevant Arduino application development used in software engineering and ii) method for applying software engineering for Arduino applications. The limitations and constraints of each technique in respect to Arduino apps were also examined in order to provide a better understanding of each body of study's weaknesses and strengths. We realise that these studies are still insufficient and need to be evaluated and improved further.


Arduino application; Internet of things; Software engineering; Software engineering education; Systematic literature review

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