Design and implementation of a shopping mall – a case study of Everyday supermarket, Ikenegbu

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Abstract The business-to-consumer aspect of online shopping (e-commerce) is the most visible business use of the World Wide Web. The primary goal of an e-commerce site is to sell goods and services online. This project deals with developing an e-commerce website for sales of goods and services. It provides the user with a catalog of different goods available for purchase in the store. In order to facilitate an online purchase, a shopping cart is provided to the user. The system is implemented using a 3-tier approach, with a backend database, a middle tier of Microsoft localhost and PHP, and a web browser as the front end client. In order to develop an online shopping system, a number of Technologies must be studied and understood. These include multi-tiered architecture, server, and client-side scripting techniques, implementation technologies such as PHP programming language, relational databases (such as MySQL). This is a project with the objective to develop a basic website where a consumer is provided with a shopping cart application and also to know about the technologies used to develop such an application. This document will discuss each of the underlying technologies to create and implement an online shopping system.

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