Creating a usable e-commerce application is a daunting challenge. There is so much to do, from the initial concept, through to designing and coding the application. This leaves a lot of scope for things to go wrong. In this book we take all the hassle out of online shopping applications, by showing you how to plan your application, design the user interface and datastore, and code the entire thing. But it doesn't stop there. We provide the complete code for two complete shopping cart applications, customizable for your own needs. In this book we cover: Planning an e-commerce application - Designing the application, from customer surveys and wireframe models, to UI design and prototyping - Designing and implementing the databases that will hold your product and order information - Implementing the Product Catalog, Shopping Cart, and Checkout system Book Info Focuses on the two crucial issues of cart design and security. Examples included. Focused entirely on a single Web development task and designing solutions for it. Softcover. From the Publisher This book is for any web professional who wants to implement a shopping site, or add e-commerce functionality to an existing site.HTML knowledge, as well as knowledge of one of the backend combinations (ASP/SQL Server or PHP/MySQL) is essential to get the most use out of this book.You might also recall that, unlike Visual Basic or VBScript, PHP requires no line continuation character; it assumes that a ... This might be a good time to mention that if youa#39;re writing your code on Windows, therea#39;s a version of the PHP Manual in Microsofta#39;s Help format (CHM) available from http://weblabor.hu/php-doc-chmA which has most of the features youa#39;d expect from a Windows Help file such as aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Usable Shopping Carts|
|Author||:||Jon Stephens, Jody Kerr, Clifton Evans|
|Publisher||:||Glasshouse - 2002-06-01|