CIT-221-050-2014 PROJECT PROPOSAL.docx - MULTIMEDIA UNIVERSITY OF KENYA P.O BOX 1565300503 Mbagathi Nairobi Tel 254(020 2071391 254(0735 900008 254(0724

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MULTIMEDIA UNIVERSITY OF KENYA P.O. BOX 15653–00503, Mbagathi, Nairobi, Tel. +254 (020) 2071391, 254 (0735) 900008, 254(0724) 257083, FAX: 254 (020) 2071247 Website email [email protected] DEPARTMENT: INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENT NAME: KIPKORIR GIDEON STUDENT REG NO: CIT-221-050/2014 SUPERVISOR: E. MULI DATE: JULY 2017 The project is a requirement by The Multimedia University of Kenya for all students taking a course in computing and information technology. The project is meant to guide students to realize the implementation of class work to real life applications and to enhance creativity and innovations PERIOD: MARCH 2017 - JULY 2017 PROJECT TITLE: USE OF SOFTWARE DESIGN PARTTERNS IN THE CREATION OF A WEB BASED DATABASE USING MOVIE SALES SYSTEM AS AN EXAMPLE FOR MOVIE SHOP
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Table of Contents 1 CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND STUDY ...................................... 4 1.0 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. 4 1.1 PROBLEM STATEMENT .................................................................................................... 4 1.2 OVERVIEW OF THE PROPOSED SYSTEM ..................................................................... 5 1.3 AIM OF THE STUDY ........................................................................................................... 5 1.4 OBJECTIVES ........................................................................................................................ 5 1.5 JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROPOSED SYSTEM .............................................................. 6 1.6 SCOPE ................................................................................................................................... 6 1.7 ASSUMPTION OF THE STUDY ......................................................................................... 6 1.8 LIMITATIONS OF THE PROPOSED SYSTEM ............................................................. 6 2 CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW ................................................................................ 8 2.0 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. 8 2.0.1 Review of Literature ........................................................................................................... 9 2.1 REVIEWED SIMILAR SYSTEMS ................................................................................. 9 2.1.2 COMPUTED SYSTEMS USING MICROSOFT EXCEL .......................................... 10 2.1.3 Tools and methodologies used in Reviewed Systems .................................................. 10 2.2 THE GAP WITH THE REVIEWED SYSTEM AND HOW PROPOSED SYSTEM WILL BRIDGE THE GAP ................................................................................................................... 10 3 CHAPTER THREE: METHODOLOGY .................................................................................... 11 3.0 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................... 11 WATERFALL MODEL ......................................................................................................... 11 3.1 THE METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................. 12 3.1.1 REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS ...................................................................................... 12 3.1.2 SYSTEM DESIGN ....................................................................................................... 12 3.1.3 IMPLEMENTATION ................................................................................................... 12 3.1.4 TESTING ...................................................................................................................... 12 3.1.5 DEPLOYMENT ........................................................................................................... 12 3.1.6 MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................... 13 3.2 DATA COLLECTION METHODS ................................................................................ 13 4 CHAPTER FOUR ...................................................................................................................... 14 4.0 REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS ............................................................................................. 14 4.0.1 Feasibility Study ........................................................................................................... 14 4.0.2 Requirement gathering .................................................................................................. 14
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4.0.3 Functional/user requirements ........................................................................................ 14 4.0.4 Non-Functional requirements ....................................................................................... 15 5.0 SYSTEM DESIGN .............................................................................................................. 16 5.0.1 Software requirements .................................................................................................. 16 5.0.2 Hardware requirements ................................................................................................. 16 5.0.3 User Interface and forms .............................................................................................. 16 5.0.4 Use case diagram .......................................................................................................... 17 5.0.5 Database ........................................................................................................................ 18 5.0.6 Data Flow Diagrams ......................................................................................................... 19 6 CHAPTER SIX ........................................................................................................................... 21 6.0 SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION .......................................................................................... 21 6.0.1 Home page .................................................................................................................... 21 6.0.2 Customer Signup page .................................................................................................. 22 6.0.3 Login Page ........................................................................................................................ 23 6.0.4 Customer account page ................................................................................................. 24 6.0.5 My order’s Page ............................................................................................................ 26 6.0.6 Profile’s Page .................................................................................................................... 27 6.0.7 Contact Page ................................................................................................................ 27 6.0.8 Logout Menu ............................................................................................................... 28 6.0.8 System Administrator’s home page .............................................................................. 28 7 CHAPTER SEVEN .................................................................................................................... 29 7.0 SYSTEM TESTING ............................................................................................................ 29 7.0.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................... 30 7.0.2 Unit Testing ................................................................................................................... 30 7.0.3 Integration Testing ........................................................................................................ 30 7.0.4 Test for faults and failures ............................................................................................ 30 7.0.5 Test for functional requirements ................................................................................... 30 8 CHAPTER EIGHT ..................................................................................................................... 30 8.0 SYSTEM DEPLOYMENT ................................................................................................. 31 9 SYSTEM MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................... 31 9.0 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................... 31 10 CRITICAL APPRAISALS ....................................................................................................... 32 10.0 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 32 10.0.1 Strength of the proposed system (Movie shop) .............................................................. 32
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10.0.2 Weaknesses of the proposed system (Movie shop) ......................................................... 33 10.0.3 Future Improvements on the system ............................................................................... 33 11 REFERENCES ......................................................................................................................... 33 1 CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND STUDY 1.0 INTRODUCTION Entertainment is a form of activity that holds the attention and interest of an audience, or gives pleasure and delight. It can be an idea or a task, but is more likely to be one of the activities or events that have developed over thousands of years specifically for the purpose of keeping an audience's attention. Majority of the younger population mostly the youth are growing with a
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