Name Instructor Course Date Responses to API requirements Student 1. Contact Management system The contact management system requirements of which the specification below has been made below can be easily implemented on a web technology based on the support available and the widespread use. PHP is a common technology that has been in use for web server scripting development for quiet so long. To be able to provide the required information services successfully the application will be made with the following considerations: The CSS3 and HTML5 will provide the user interface. This will be coupled by the support for other display technologies – say AJAX since the application will require an intuitive and very appealing presentation. Presentation is very necessary in user to perform various security and support process before being allowed into the system Database will be provided by the MySQL which means all the Java based API support for MySQL database system will be made available and necessary. The Java technology covers a wide area of web based assistance. MySQL is chosen due to its versatility and its fast access plus the widely enjoyed support through various technologies. Works Cited Bramer Max. "Using a PHP Script to Manage a MySQL Database." Web Programming with PHP and MySQL 2015 pp. 255-282. Cook Craig and Jason Garber. "Foundation HTML5 with CSS3." 2012. "InstaMail: An Ajax-Based Webmail Client." Practical Ajax Projects with Java™ Technology pp. 143-201. Olsson Mikael. "User Input." PHP Quick Scripting Reference 2013 pp. 87-91. [...]
Step 2 Select the initial Replies of at least two classmates whose requirements sound interesting. In a follow-up reply to your classmate, address the following: What DBMS, data provider, high-level language, and data API would you use to provide the required features and functionality? Why? Be specific. Using Visio or Dia (one of which you installed previously) and following the sample in this week’s reading, create a mockup for the requested user interface. Write a paragraph explaining your design choices.