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WEB 407 Week 5 LT Kudler Fine Foods Web Store Proposal

Kudler Fine Foods Web Store Proposal

Abstract

Kudler Fine Foods (KFF), a specialty foods store located in the San Diego area, is requesting a Web store to provide an online ordering system for their clients. Team B, taking the request and analyzing and researching possible options for KFF, has come up with some recommendations. This paper outlines those findings. [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 5 LT Kudler Fine Foods PresentationKudler Fine Foods Design for an Online Ordering system

Kudler Fine Foods Mission
-Selections, coupled with experienced, helpful and knowledgeable staff, offer each customer a delightful and pleasing shopping outing
-Three locations in the San Diego area
-La Jolla
-Del Mar
-Encinitas [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 5 DQ 3Week 5 DQ 3- optional

What are web applications and how are they used? Provide two examples of web applications.
A web application is a program that is designed to run over a network, usually the Internet. It is normally written in a browser supported language like JavaScript or in a browser controlled environment like Java. It is a program that runs within a web browser. Usually it requires nothing to be installed on the client PC. They can normally be accessed from any computer that has an Internet connection. [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 5 DQ 2Week 5 DQ 2

Search the Internet for reliable information regarding web standards, and explain the use of web standards. Why they are important when designing and developing websites? List three examples of standards and how they are used.

Web standards is a general term for the formal standards and other technical specifications that define and describe aspects of the World Wide Web. B y developing a single set of standards for the web, it makes it easier for search engines to access and index pages, to convert them to other formats or to access them with code such as Javascript or through the DOM. A common standard helps to assure that all browsers will render the page the same way, reduce the need for rewriting code for dozens of different browsers. [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 4 Indivdual Web Server Paper

Web Servers

The following paper will explain what is the role of a web server is and what web services are, along with functions of layered web architecture. Examples will also be explained of how they are used. The role of WSDL, SOAP and UDDI will also be explained and what exactly each of them has to play in the significance of Web services.

Web Services [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 4 DQ 2Week 4 DQ 2

Web server configuration depends on the web server software that is used. Describe two popular web server software products and the advantages of each.

While researching this question I came across a number of different web server software products…but two that were always at the top of the lists seemed to be Internet Information Services (IIS) and Apache. They both offer a number of great advantages (and actually seem to offer a lot of the same advantages)…here is a brief rundown of the two applications. [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 4 DQ 1

Week 4 DQ 1

What are the seven layers of the Open Source Interconnection (OSI) model? What is the function of each layer?

The Open Source, or Systems as described on most Web sites, Interconnection (OSI) model consists of seven layers. The seven layers and their corresponding Protocol Data Unit (PDU) are: 1. Physical – Bits, 2. Data Link – Frame, 3. Network – Packet, 4. Transport – Segment, 5. Session – Data, 6. Presentation – Data, and 7. Application – Data (Rowton, 2011). [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 3 Indivdual Database Paper

Open Source and Proprietary Database

When Software began it was considered Proprietary Software. One may ask what is Proprietary Software and what does it do? IT is instructions and data which are stored inside a source code.
Proprietary software is software developed by a supplier and made available for you to use under a license. The license sets out how the software can be used and usually prohibits you from doing certain things. (Business Link, 2011) [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 3 Indivdual Assignment Database Paper

Open Source and Proprietary Database

When Software began it was considered Proprietary Software. One may ask what is Proprietary Software and what does it do? IT is instructions and data which are stored inside a source code.

Proprietary software is software developed by a supplier and made available for you to use under a license. The license sets out how the software can be used and usually prohibits you from doing certain things. (Business Link, 2011)

Most proprietary software comes without the source code. This is the code originally written by the programmer. Without this code neither you or any other software supplier can make changes to the software package. (Business Link, 2011) [click to continue…]

WEB 407 Week 3 DQ 1Week 3 DQ 1

Based on the Nicolaisen (2010) article, what role does SOAP play when using web services? Why is it so popular?

Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is a communication protocol that allows remote communication between different applications. Based on XML, it allows for the passing of information as messages between different systems including the ability to pass procedures within an application. It is platform independent (will work on Windows, MAC, Linux, etc) and language independent (will work with Java, PHP, AJAX, DCOM, etc.). [click to continue…]