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E-commerce: Understanding the platforms needed for creating e- commerce application (RIA) By                        PRATIEK SINGH                          SHIVA SHANKAR                    KUNAL SHAH                            ANKITH  TULSHAN                            VIDUSHI 
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CONTENTS Internet & Web Applications before RIA Introduction to RIA Current Web Platforms Need for RIA RIA Platforms Benefits of RIA Prospects
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Introduction to RIA
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Definition of RIA a type of Web application that can run  independently of browsers, can run on any  operating system and, in many ways,  works like a traditional desktop application Web 2.0 – treating the Web as a real  platform for developing interactive and  transactional applications (not just  rendering static Web pages). 
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5/22 The RIA-concept: more easily described than defined RIA is a multimedia  web  application, combining : Richness of  information without overload Richness of  views flexibility Richness of  interactivity UI of desktop applications Rich user  experience: Easy to use, a pleasure for both newbie's and experienced users Direct response (preloading, client-side processing) Emphasis on  visualization  and direct  manipulation precedence of visuals over text Shallow page  hierarchy preferably single page design
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Internet and web applications  before RIA Traditional Web-based Development      Many companies have been left behind by the Web revolution  and are still relying on legacy client-server applications to run  critical parts of their businesses. They are unable to extend  critical functionality across geographic and technological  boundaries because:  Current web-development tools are unable to support the  complex functionality found in client-server applications Web-based applications are limited to "dumb terminal" user  interfaces with limited interactivity Until now there has been no simple way to solve these  limitations and to deliver highly interactive applications via the  web
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Why Use an RIA?
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