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Primerjava razvojnih modelov .NET MVC in .NET Web Forms
ROŽMAN, ANŽE (Author), Ciglarič, Mojca (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Telekomunikacijska industrija se hitro razvija, zato pogosto pride do problema, ko obstoječa spletna aplikacija OMS ne nudi več zadostne podpore samim poslovnim zahtevam. OMS je spletna aplikacija, ki upravlja z naročili. Omogoča zajem, obdelavo in izvedbo naročil za uporabnike operaterskih storitev. Pri izgradnji nove spletne aplikacije OMS smo imeli v podjetju, ki za enega od slovenskih operaterjev deluje kot podizvajalec, dva možna razvojna modela ASP .NET Spletni obrazci in ASP .NET MVC, z obzirom na trenutno infrastrukturo, obstoječo programsko kodo in podporo, ki jo ima v lasti naročnik operater. Diplomsko delo v prvem delu predstavi oba razvojna modela, opis ključnih značilnosti in delovanje. Delo predstavi predvsem ključne mehanizme razvojnih modelov, ki jih omogočata in po čemer se v veliki večini tudi razlikujeta. V istem delu sledi tudi pregled tehnologij na strani odjemalca, ki jih mora bralec poznati za nadaljnje razumevanje. Poudarek je na programskem jeziku TypeScript, saj med vsemi znanimi programskimi jeziki, ki tečejo na strani odjemalca, odpravlja ključne pomanjkljivosti programskega jezika JavaScript na način, ki zahteva najmanj prilagajanja. Sledi poglavje o primerjavi med obstoječo in novo spletno aplikacijo OMS. V poglavju so predstavljeni kriteriji, ki so bili pri izbiri primernega razvojnega modela najbolj pomembni. Na koncu poglavja sledijo primeri in opisi iz obstoječe in nove spletne aplikacije OMS po ključnih kriterijih. Sledi zaključno poglavje, ki poda končne ugotovitve glede izbire kriterijev in dejanske implementacije spletne aplikacije OMS z vidika pravilne izbire razvojnega modela.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:.NET, Spletni, obrazci, MVC, kriteriji, TypeScript
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FRI - Faculty of computer and information science
Year:2016
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Language:English
Title:Comparison of .NET MVC and .NET Web Forms Models
Abstract:
Telecommunications industry is developing at a fast pace, so companies face numerous problems as a consequence of OMS web applications redundancy. OMS (Order Management Systems) are applications that manage orders. They enable the capture, processing and execution of orders for customers of operator services. When building a new OMS web application for a client (a company that is contracted by one of the largest telecommunications services providers in Slovenia), we had the option of choosing ASP .NET Web Forms or ASP .NET MVC as our development framework, with regard to existing code legacy and support.The work will focus mainly on the supported development models of the frameworks. In the first part of the thesis, both their characteristics and in functionalities will be presented along with a review of required client-side technologies that the reader must be familiar with, in order to fully understand the following chapters. The emphasis is on TypeScript programming language. This language (more efficiently than any other client side programming languages) eliminates the shortcomings of JavaScript with the least amount of required adjustments. Next, a comparison is made between the existing and the new OMS application, along with the key criteria that was used to select the development framework. Towards the end of the thesis use-cases and comparison between the old and the new application are described. In the final chapter I present the key findings about the criteria selection and OMS Web App development and how they correlate to the choice of the development framework.

Keywords:.NET, Web, Forms, MVC, criteria TypeScript

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