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Title: Aplicació per a la gestió d'encàrrecs per a establiments de restauració i menjar per a emportar
Author: Febrer Jordà, Jordi
Director: Schvarstein Liuboschetz, Sergio
Tutor: García Solórzano, David  
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: web applications
multimedia
HTML5
JavaScript
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2016
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: The project's concept proposes the design of an application to manage catering establishments and take away orders. The application's functional objective is to cover the entire order process, from the establishment receives an order by a user to the order's delivery. The proposal's second aim is to optimise the process, trying to reduce the time of order's collection and the process' optimisation from the entrance to the next delivery. The application's format is a mobile web-app multi-platform and it can be read from the overall mobile devices, tablets and personal computers. Different open source technologies with an extensive community of users and developers, have been used to be able to build the proposal. Regarding the servers, it has used the public cloud offered by Amazon Web Services. The project' result has been an application ready to be used in different scenarios. Firstly, it can be used by take away establishment. Secondly, the application can be understood as a base for a future application that can include more functionalities such as an inventory management. Finally, the application can be managed as a collective future platform that establishments could use it adding possible options, for example personalise its image and configuration.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/45383
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