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Title: ONLINE SHOPPING SYSTEM FOR ECART.LK (PVT) LTD
Authors: KUMARANATHUNGA, W. A. N. M
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: Abstract Since the last decade, WWW has become a major factor in most of the fields. E-commerce or E-shopping has changed up to certain level due to popularity of internet, which delivers several advantages for the businesses as well as the customers’ day today activities. Online shopping has made it easy for the customers’ collaboration, communication as well as the valuable time. Customers can do their shopping activities in their fingertips by digitalizing the shopping environment. The primary goal of an online shopping website and system is to sell goods and services using internet. This project provides facility to maintain the business which is system while facilitate the customers to go on shopping virtually in the internet which is website. Customers can fetch their desired items and purchase from the website. From the system perspective, business owners or employees in the company can control the business as well as the website. This project was designed with Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD) concept. Because of client had clear and stable idea about what they want from the system, project was undertaken with the iterative waterfall model. Resources that were used in this project were open source and JavaEE was selected as the main programming language in terms of development. Online shopping system which is a web based software solution was developed using JAVA backend and front end development use HTML, JavaScript and other several libraries. In order to build it using object oriented concept and MVC architecture, Java frameworks such as Struts, Spring and Hibernate were used. Tomcat Apache was used as application server and MySQL was the database. The system was tested in multi-stage testing process by categorizing into two such as functional and non-functional testing which includes unit testing, integration testing and system testing, load testing, security testing and acceptance testing.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/4104
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