Constructing Usable Shopping Carts: Designing and Building Great E-Commerce Applications

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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 data store, and code the entire thing. But it doesnt stop there &emdash; we ...

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Overview

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 data store, and code the entire thing. But it doesnt stop there &emdash; we provide the full code for two complete shopping cart applications, customizable for your own needs.

What you'll learn:

  • Planning and designing an entire e-commerce application
  • Implementing the product catalog, shopping cart, and checkout system
  • Making your web application secure

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.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781590591765
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 7/7/2003
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 7.26 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Meet the Author

Jody Kerr�is a web architect and developer focusing on e-learning web systems and e-business web applications. He works with a slew of technologies as a generalist programmer, idea geek and coffee boy.

Jon Stephens is an itinerant American technical writer, reviewer and site developer. He has co-written more than five books on web development, including Usable Forms for the Web and Constructing Usable Web Menus.

Clifton Evans practices user interface design and information architecture. He has been active in this industry for more than nine years. Clifton's experience covers writing and public speaking through to�user interface�and�interface architecture�on investment tools, legal publishing and real estate systems. His clients have also covered the spectrum, from music and fashion, to FTSE and Blue Chip. He is a regular contributor to boxesandarrows.com, the premier resource for information architects.

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