Support for Multiple Device Types in .NET framework

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Support for Multiple Device Types
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Web browsing devices are becoming increasingly available and varied for example, there are Internet-enabled cell phones, handheld devices, voice-enabled browsers, and television- and game console-based browsers. In addition, these devices have different capabilities and may or may not support a given markup language or browser version. A commercial Internet site can provide support for multiple device types by providing an interpretative layer that determines the device type, and then formats the content for display on that specific device. Mechanisms that facilitate this functionality include the Extensible Markup Language (XML), Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL), and related filtering technologies, such as the XSL ISAPI filter.
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Although application designers are not responsible for business decisions such as pricing and advertising campaigns, the design of an e-commerce solution can have a tremendous impact on the way a business responds to trends in the marketplace and competitor activity. Business managers can work only within the constraints of the management features of an e-commerce site. To be successful, an e-commerce solution must be easy to use and yet have an all-pervasive management infrastructure. You have two basic choices when you design the management interface for an e-commerce site. You can create your own custom interface or you can use an out of the box solution such as the Microsoft Commerce Server 2000 Business Desk. Building your own management interface means that you can design the manageability of your site to be exactly the way you want it. However, it adds a significant development effort to an already large software project, and it is often looked upon as a project nearly as large as or larger than the application itself. The Commerce Server Business Desk can be used to manage most aspects of an e-commerce site by default, and additional functionality can be added by creating custom modules if required. The remainder of this chapter describes the actual business requirements identified during the planning phase of this project, and the application model and design process used in the design of the ConsolidatedRetail.com application.
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Before the application design process can begin, it is important to gain an understanding of what the application must do. Analyzing business requirements is one of the most important steps in developing an application. The aim of business requirement identification is to create a solution that meets both retailer and consumer needs. The requirements are then transformed into a business requirements document, which will serve as the guide to develop the overall project vision. This section outlines the actual requirements identified for the Reference Architecture application, ConsolidatedRetail.com. Note that the business requirements used here are purposefully limited to the capabilities of an easily installable reference example.
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ConsolidatedRetail.com was designed to meet the following functional requirements. G Ease of navigation The site should be easy to navigate. Links should be clear, easy to understand, and functional. Users should be able to move easily between pages and screens.
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3: Business Requirements and Design Model
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Ease of use The application should be easy to use. It should be easy to locate and buy products and reach the checkout page. The site should be easy to understand for non-computer experts. The site should use easy-to-understand metaphors, such as storing products in a shopping basket or cart until the shopper is ready to check out or shopping from a shopping list. Customers should be able to move products in and out of the list or basket simply and easily. Each page on the site should display a consistent interface. Important and commonly used pages should be available through a single click. Site access Users must be able to access the site by: G Entering the URL into a browser. G Linking from another site or from e-mail. User registration/profiling From any page on the site, a user must be able to register so that he or she will not have to reenter the same information for each order. A user should not be required to register to browse; however, registration is required for checkout. Also, registration is required to sign up for e-mail newsletters, notification of specials, public and private shopping lists, and so on. Registration consists of: G Profile information User name, billing address, primary shipping address, phone numbers, e-mail address should be associated with each unique, authenticated user. G Authentication information User identification (user ID) and password should be persisted in the application. G Billing information Users should have an option to enter credit card information and have it saved. The application should be able to save multiple credit card numbers. G Preferences Users should be able to specify whether or not they want e-mail notification of shipment status (default Yes), and whether or not they want notification of sales and specials (default No). G Address book Users should be able to store multiple shipping addresses. User registration management After a user logs on and is authenticated, the user should be able to modify, add, or delete registration information. All fields except for User ID should be editable. In addition, the user should be able to review order status and order history. Logon/authentication After a user registers, if that user returns to the site, he or she should be able to log on from any page on the site. Browsing Users should be able to browse the catalogs. From the home page, users should be presented with a list of catalogs. After a user selects a catalog, he or she should be presented with sub-categories or actual products. Users should be able to browse a series of product detail pages in succession by clicking a single button, such as a Next button or an arrow icon.
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