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Title: Proyecto de desarrollo de la aplicación web GesTen
Author: Campos Aldecoa, Asier
Director: Planas Hortal, Elena  
Tutor: Robles Martínez, Gregorio
Keywords: tennis
federation
management
competitions
results
.NET
Angular
Azure
Issue Date: Jun-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The advancement of new technologies has led to a considerable improvement in the management of any organization, although it is true that these improvements have not been replicated in the same way in all organizations. Proof of this are the sports federations, and more specifically the different tennis federations, which make use of basic office automation tools or even paper for the daily management of it. This generates a more costly and less efficient administration, since it is necessary to file, record and manage all this documentation that is generated as a result of the activity. Gesten has been created in order to respond to this problem, allowing teams, clubs, federations and / or sports organizations associated with tennis to manage competitions in real time and from anywhere, through this intuitive digital platform. In addition to facilitating management, this portal allows any user to consult the data regarding his team, his club or the league in which he participates, in real time. The project is based on the development of a web application. It has been developed using technologies such as Angular, .Net Core and SqlServer. The pattern used is called blue-green Deployment. Through this and starting from the code located in a Git repository and using the CI / CD (Continuous integration / Continuous delivery) process, the application has been deployed in an Azure App Service.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/132547
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