Development of Mobile Fatwa Application for the Selangor State of Mufti Department
Fatwa is an important reference of Muslims to seek of contemporary explanations regarding the Islamic law on new matters in their life affairs. It is the opinion of the scholars authoritative as mufti or related posts given mandate by the government to proclaim it as a guide to Muslims according to their waqi'. However, it is not widely accessed by the community to be guided in their lives. This e-fatwa application development initiative is intended to help facilitate information on fatwa disseminated to the public. It will be developed based on android mobile operating system since it is very popular and widely used in the current technology. The method of development of this apps is through comparison with other existing applications before provide a new and improve our own apps. Then it will assess the effectiveness of functionality of the apps from the perspective of the end user. The target user of this apps is for Muslims and specifically to Selangor state in Malaysia.
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