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Title: Gestor y visualizador web de datos hidráulicos
Author: Gonzaga Andrés, Héctor
Tutor: Font Sagristà, Vicenç
Others: Caballé Llobet, Santi
Keywords: JPA
web applications
Issue Date: 8-Jan-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The aim of thise project is to design a web tool to manage and make accessible the information of an old compound database by collecting thise information obtained through sensors located in an infrastructure of potable water supply pipes for hydraulic equipment. In order to do so, a work plan is put into practice to develop a useful management platform to manage data in a web environment providing the application with different user roles and well-defined functionalities for each of them. As it is a web environment the strategy followed to implement the solution is based on the client-server architecture, and it is developed using the Model-View-Controller (MVC). In this context, the most up-to-date technology is used, as is the case with the Spring framework, which will allow future modifications to the application. The implementation with Spring, which is a very versatile and modular technology, being designed with interfaces, allows the developer to reuse code and insert new functions in a relatively simple way. In addition, the information that is extracted from the database in many cases is in JSON format as it is a standard which will facilitate integration with other types of development technologies and components. During the elaboration of the project, other development technologies have been weighed, and finally discarded because they were less reusable and versatile than the one finally implemented. The final product can be easily extrapolated to other areas that also require the visualization and management of data stored in a database.
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