Management Info Systems Computer Application for Hospitality
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  • Management information systems computer application for hospitality Engr. Arthur N. Villanueva Jr. Instructor
  • Web Development  the process and practice of developing or creating web pages
  • Technologies Used  HTML  Ajax (Asynchronous Javascript and XML)  ASP (Active Server Pages) / ASP.NET  CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)  ColdFusion  Java EE  Javascript  Perl  PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor)  Ruby/Ruby on Rails  CGI (Common Gateway Interface)
  • The Life Cycle Model
  • Conception  Scrapbook design through meetings and examples  current branding and marketing material are used to formulate a group of ideas that articulate the company's objectives.  Anchor points discussed and created  These areas form critical points of reference for the whole design process and are considered the premier traffic pages.
  • Preparation  Tools needed as well as information should be in place  Involves the process of design
  • Creation  Actual development of the website according to design specifications
  • Testing  make sure that the website we create for you works in any Internet browser available  Areas of testing includes:  Security  Performance, Load, and stress  HTML/CSS validation  Accessibility  Usability
  • Performance, Load & Stress Testing  Load testing is the practice of modeling the expected usage of a software program by simulating multiple users accessing the program's services concurrently.  Performance testing is performed, from one perspective, to determine how fast some aspect of a system performs under a particular workload.  Stress testing is a test that put a greater emphasis on robustness, availability, and error handling under a heavy load, than on what would be considered correct behavior under normal circumstances.
  • Web Accessibility  refers to the practice of making websites usable by people of all abilities and disabilities.
  • Web Accessibility  Visual: Visual impairments including blindness, various common types of low vision and poor eyesight, various types of colour blindness;  Motor/Mobility: e.g. difficulty or inability to use the hands, including tremors, muscle slowness, loss of fine muscle control, etc., due to conditions such as Parkinson's Disease, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, stroke;  Auditory: Deafness or hearing impairments, including individuals who are hard of hearing;  Seizures: Photoepileptic seizures caused by visual strobe or flashing effects.  Cognitive/Intellectual: Developmental disabilities, learning disabilities (dyslexia, dyscalculia, etc.), and cognitive disabilities of various origins, affecting memory, attention, developmental "maturity," problem-solving and logic skills, etc.
  • Disabled Friendly Website of the Philippines    
  • Implementation  website is uploaded to the agreed location
  • Monitoring  what happens after the delivery of a website is equally as important to all that takes place beforehand.  website designs incorporate a query logging facility that can be used by clients to log queries direct to designers and developers. (feedback)