Name Instructor Course Date A Chrome web based App for an Online store. Online businesses have shown cut-throat competition where companies are now seeking presence on almost every available online platform. One area that has not been fully exploited is the chrome based web apps. The chrome browser engine completely provides a platform in which one can always be used to design and deploy applications securely over the internet. Internet marketing can be very affordable through applications that reaches masses easily. The Google based browser of the products and the store is done in MySQL and the UI and other frameworks are common web technologies – CSS3 and HTML 5. Works Cited Emrich Oliver and Peter C. Verhoef. "Store-Based and Web-Based Orientation Scales." PsycTESTS Dataset 2015. Kuh Nick. "Before You Launch: Increasing Your Chances of App Store Success." Foundation iPhone App Development 2012 pp. 395-416. Ren Zhuoyi et al. "How online reviews affect consumers in mobile APP store: A conceptual framework based on elaboration likelihood model." 2017 3rd International Conference on Information Management (ICIM) 2017. [...]
Step 1 Think of a to-be-designed information system that has not yet been discussed in class, together with the systems’ specification. You can come up with the system specification based on your research or your own experience, but it cannot be related to your database project. Post an initial message with the following information: A description of the information system, its stakeholders, intended use, and major features Accessibility features, including the following: Will it be Web-based, a mobile app, a desktop app, or something else? What platforms will it run on or be accessible from? iOS? Android? Windows? Browser-only? Multiple? Others? Any nonfunctional requirements that would impact high-level design decisions. Recall from your module 2 readings that nonfunctional requirements describe the quality or character of a system, which contrast with functional requirements that describe what the system will do. For example, you might be designing your app to run on a Mac. This means you will probably be using Java or native C++ since .NET is not widely supported on macOS systems. A description of an input screen that would be required for the system along with nonfunctional requirements related to the envisioned user interface.