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Title: Millora en el desenvolupament i gestió de l'aplicació web d'una casa rural
Author: Morera Oliva, Laia
Director: Capseta Nieto, Kenneth
Tutor: Casado Martínez, Carlos  
Keywords: web applications
tourist accommodation
Issue Date: 7-Jan-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: This final year dissertation deals with the improvement in the development and the management of Casa Tapioles' web application, a country cottage situated in the south of Alt Urgell's region with an own website This project expects to adapt the website to the functionalities that the currently technology offers, as well as to correct some errors and to show the efficiency of combining technologies in order to create a 100% productive application. The application is characterized by its attractiveness, its interactivity and being designed to be displayed in any device. It is noteworthy that the clients can make reservations and write their opinions as well as it has a private reservation zone. This project's methodology consists in the feedback cascade approach because there's a low degree of variability and the project outreach, the goals and the functions are clear. This means there will be the possibility of going back in case of breakdowns while the project keeps progressing through the different stages. The dissertation's result shows the possibility of designing and developing a web application from zero, using the acquired knowledge during the degree, in order to elaborate a complete multimedia project.
Language: Catalan
Appears in Collections:Bachelor thesis, research projects, etc.

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