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Aquanic: An Online Shopping for Aquatic Scaping

A Capstone Project presented to the Faculty of the


College of Computer Studies, University of Cebu Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue
Mandaue City, Cebu

In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements


for the degree Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

By

Aying, Axel M.
Clemente, Jeus Joshua A.
Murillo, Angelyn S.

Mr. Japeth D. LahayLahay


Adviser
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March 2019
ABSTRACT OF THE STUDY

This study entitled Aquanic is a web-based project which is made for remote-shopping or
shopping through Internet. As the technology is being advanced the way of life is changing ac-
cordance. Now a day’s we can place the order for anything from our home. There is no need to go
the shop of the things we want. The order can be placed online through Internet. The payment, the
confirmation of purchasing; we can do everything we want. Now we can think that how the days
have been changed with time. People had to stand in rows to wait there terms to buy a particular
thing from a popular shop .But what is happening now a day’s; we can extremely surprise that
those things can be available on the door-step in few hours.

People had to suffer the rush of the market when they went for shopping. They used to
think hundred times to buy anything having the sufficient money for shopping. The problem was
the rush; the quarrel at the time of buying the things. But the advancement of technology brought
the new way for shopping. The way of shopping was completely changed with the coming of In-
ternet Technology. People have to fill a simple form on the internet to place their order on any
popular shop or shopping-mall for the thing they want to buy. Now they can place their order
from the home.

Owners of physical stores stated that due to the high demand of technology having a
brick and mortar store results to a loss of profits especially with a local business where it can only
attract customers who come to the store. Due to the high demand for technology support are more
likely to be associated with the online shopping mode. With the increasing and en-hence means of
accessing the web, its use and popularity also grew. Due to the problems encountered the fact
allows the researchers to create a third party online shopping website which will help physical
stores to broadcast and advertise their products all over the world. Online shopping has grown in
fame over the years because people find it appropriate and easy to deal shop from the comfort of
their home or office. The researchers will make a way using creating an online shopping website
called Aquanic which will act as a third party for both the vendors and the customers where it will
improve the development and profits of the owners.

As researchers, who seek to help and learn, it is an achievement to be able to make a so-
lution to develop the way on how owners will gain back the cost they spend in selling products
and services by using today's high demand of technology and be able to prevent business bank-
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ruptcy and losing of profitable value. As well as to provide an essential long-run perspective on
the issues that are faced on a day-to-day basis.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The Researchers would like to express their gratitude of thanks and appreciation to those
who helped make this thesis possible.

To Mr. Japeth D. LahayLahay, for your patience, motivation, enthusiasm, and immense
knowledge. Your guidance helped us in all the time of research and writing of this thesis.

To Mr. Jennel Barzo, Research grammarian, for his efforts and overflowing patience in
checking the documents for guiding us with the words to be used and constructions of proper sen-
tences for the thesis documents, and for the entire patient of checking their papers for the whole
semester.
To our Parents, family and friends for supporting us throughout the year, financially,
practically and with moral support, especially to our parents. Giving guidance and advice to never
stop and that always pursue them to go, continue and stand tall against all challenges. Thank You.

And to God the Almighty Father, for letting us through all the difficulties. We have expe-
rienced your guidance day by day. For making things possible when everything turns out really
impossible. We will keep on trusting you for our future. Thank you, Lord.

-Researchers
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DEDICATION

The researchers wants to give thanks to all the persons who have become a big part of
this study.
They dedicate this project to God Almighty the creator, source of inspiration, wisdom,
knowledge and understanding. He has been the source of their strength throughout this program.

To the family of the proponents who greatly support them both financially, morally and
spiritually. In any instance they guide them to be more willing to continue.

The university that teaches us and mold us how to be more responsible not being just a
human but a better citizen in the future that can be someone they can be proud off.

And also to their classmates and friends who give them encouragement to develop more
about their study.

-Researchers
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABSTRACT OF THE STUDY ii
ACKNOWLEDGMENT iii
DEDICATION iv
TABLES OF CONTENTS v
LIST OF TABLES vi
LIST OF FIGURES vii

CHAPTER I 1
INTRODUCTION 1
Rationale of the Study 1
Objectives of the Study 4
Scope and Limitations of the Study 4
Significance of the Study 6
Flow of the Study 7
Definition of Terms 8
CHAPTER II 10
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES 10
Theoretical Background 10
Related Literature 12
Related Studies 14
Comparative Matrix 21
CHAPTER III 22
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 22
Research Environment 22
Software Engineering Methodology 23
Business Model Canvas 25
Program Workflow 26
Gant Chart 29
Functional Decomposition Diagram 30
Use Case Diagrams 31
Storyboard 48
Database Design 69
Entity Relationship Diagram 70
Data Dictionary 71
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Network Design 76
Network Model 76
Network Topology 77
Development/Construction/Build Phase 78
Technology Stack 78
Program Specifications 79
Functional Requirements 79
Non-Functional Requirements 80
List of Modules 81
Testing/Quality Assurance Phrase 84
Unit Testing 84
Integration Testing 84
Alpha Testing 87
Overall Result of Acceptance 89
Implementation/Development Phrase 90
Implementation Budget/Cost Specification 90
Software/Hardware Specification 91
Risk Management Plan/ Framework 92
User-Guide 93
Installation Guide 106
Project Roadmap 107
CONCLUSION 108
RECOMMENDATION 108
REFFERENCES 109
CURRICULUM VITAE 111
APPENDICES 114
A Transmittal Letter 114
B Map of Research Environment 115
C Survey Questionnaire 116
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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure No. Figure Name Page No.

1 Flow of Study of Aquanic 6


2 Caminade Petshop 11
3 Purrfect Treats 12
4 Pet Warehouse 13
5 Live Aquaria 13
6 That Fish Place that Pet place 14
7 Research Environment 16
8 Agile Software Development 17
9 Aquanic Business Model Canvass 18
10 Program Workflow 19
11 Activity Diagram of Register Customer Account 20
12 Activity Diagram of Update Customer Account 21
13 Activity Diagram of Order and Professional Maintenance 22
14 Activity Diagram of Partner Account 23
15 Activity Diagram of Super Admin Account 24
16 Validation Board of Aquanic 25
17 Gantt Chart of Aquanic 28
18 Business Analytics of Aquanic 29
19 Functional Decomposition Diagram of Aquanic 30
20 Aquanic Business Use Case 31
21 Create Account Use Case 32
22 Process Login Use Case 34
23 Manage Account Use Case 36
24 Search Orders Use Case 37
25 Aquanic Agreement Use Case 38
26 My Shopping Cart Use Case 39
27 Sales Report Use Case 40
28 Tax Charges Use Case 41
29 Upload Items and Livestock Use Case 42
30 Items and Livestock Use Case 43
31 Promo’s Use Case 44
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32 Aquanic Commission Use Case 45


33 Manage Customers Account Use Case 46
34 Manage Shops Account Use Case 47
35 Manage Partnership Request Use Case 48
36 Manage Items and Livestock Use Case 49
37 Upload Tutorial Videos Use Case 50
38 Manage Tutorial Videos Use Case 51
39 Manage Orders Use Case 52
40 Generate Receipt Use Case 53
41 Storyboard – Login Page 54
42 Storyboard – Customer Registration Page 55
43 Storyboard – Shop Registration Page 56
44 Storyboard – My Account Page 57
45 Storyboard – Home Page 58
46 Storyboard – Shop Page 59
47 Storyboard – Shop Products Page 60
48 Storyboard – Product Details Page 61
49 Storyboard – My Cart Page 62
50 Storyboard–Order Confirmation Page 63
51 Storyboard – Tutorial Page 64
52 Database Design of Aquanic 65
53 Entity Relationship Diagram 66
54 Client-Server Model 78
55 Star Network Topology 79
56 Aquanic Technology Stack Diagram 80
57 Project Roadmap of Aquanic 89
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LIST OF TABLES

Table No. Table Name Page No.

1 Comparative matrix 15
2 Data Dictionary of the Customer 67
3 Data Dictionary of the Aquatic Shop 68
4 Data Dictionary of the Aquatic Users 69
5 Data Dictionary of the Items and Livestock 70
6 Data Dictionary of the Orders Details 71
7 Data Dictionary of the Order Master 72
8 Data Dictionary of the Sales Report 73
9 Data Dictionary of the Tutorials 74
10 Data Dictionary of the Municipality 74
11 Data Dictionary of the Applicants 75
12 Data Dictionary of the Charges 76
13 Data Dictionary of the Baranggay 76
14 Data Dictionary of the Billing 77
15 List of Modules 84
16 Unit Testing 86
17 Integration Testing 88
18 Alpha Testing 89
19 Acceptance Testing 91
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION

Rationale of the Study


Retail has become an essential part of modern humanity’s evolution. From trading camels
to ringing up customers. According to the Encyclopedia of Ancient History, “shopping” likely
made up of purchasing needs; for the rich, cowrie shells or gold coins would have also been used
on luxuries to affect visiting dignitaries. Even then, the biggest “retail” system of which people
might have specific knowledge of containing the agora–the Roman trading center where individ-
ual tradesmen would set up shop to offer their benefits. These benefits were carrying everything
from the day’s catch of fish or recently harvested vegetables to extraordinarily valuable purple
dye.
In the timely 1900s, shoppers used to visit their local corner stores. Mom and pop stores –
still around today and containing a tiny business, usually family-owned with one single physical
location – were especially favorite at the time. The most significant breakthrough in technology
came with Frank Woolworth’s innovation of taking products from behind the counter and show-
ing them on the shelves, so people could both hold and feel them, much like they do nowadays.
At the origination of the last century, Great Britain had one of the most groundbreaking depart-
ment stores in the world and even present elevators. In the 1930s, Selfridges attached public bath-
rooms to their stores, allowing shoppers to spend additional time shopping. These retailers were
especially groundbreaking as they moved towards the experience individuals know today, where,
walking to a store is a pleasurable all-day activity.
Brick and Mortar businesses such as pet shops, aquascaping services, and Animal shops
existed in the earliest vendor stalls in the first towns, where merchants brought their agricultural
manufacture, clay pots, and handmade clothing to vend in a village market. Bricks and mortar
businesses stay essential in the 2010s. All vast retailers in the 19th and the timing to mid-20th
century began with a tinier brick and mortar existence, which increased as the businesses grew. A
prime example of this is McDonald’s, a company that started with one small restaurant and now
has timely 35,000 restaurants in over 110 countries and plans to grow further; this shows the im-
portance of having a physical existence. This physical existence, either of a retail shop, a custom-
er assistance location with staff, where clients can go in person to ask questions about a product
or service, or an assistance center or repair facility where customers can bring their products, has
played a critical role in providing goods and services to consumers throughout history.
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Tom Shay, the head of the Profits plus Solutions once said "Selling Value is Winning
Back Customers." He believes that existing brick and mortar aftermarket stores already have
enormous potential to take advantage of the changing times and reclaims customer in the increas-
ingly competitive retail market. More importantly, said Shay, World Gallup Surveys indicate that
Philippines place confidence in building businesses like Pet Shops and Aquascaping services, and
recent research by the National Federation of Independent Business and American Express found
that 94% of vendors said that building a brick and mortar store makes them feel good because of
the advantages it has shown. Entrepreneurs love the idea of putting a physical store because it
allows the vendor to open new lines of products and diversify the revenue streams without mak-
ing a big hassle. Consumers also tend to environmental related services or products into homoge-
neous shopping baskets based on their perception. Pet Shops and Aquascaping services believe
that having the brick and mortar stores are uniquely positioned to make a better selling relation-
ship.
Studies show that 65% of shoppers prefer purchasing in a physical store. By their very
nature, brick and mortar businesses invite trust and ongoing customer relationship. As per a con-
sumer survey, 78 percent of buyers chose to shop in store, spending unlimited time buying in
brick and mortar stores because these stores let customers hold, feel and see the products.
Owners risk in building a brick and mortar store because they believe that it enables the
customers to hold, see and feel the products they want. The bottom line, according to research is
that when brick and mortar stores were attached by, consumers made additional frequent even
accounting for an increase in merchandise returns and exchange due to the convenience of having
a physical store. According to Tom Shay, having a brick and mortar retail store remains useful,
especially for consumers immediate and timely needs that cannot be satisfied with long-term base
services. It allows customers to pick up items in a physical store and gain information given by a
knowledgeable sales associate who explains how a product works and what accessories are need-
ed to enhance the product. Physical stores can also engage a face to face assistance and work out
difficulties or return products that don't meet the expectation of the customer. These personal in-
teractions lead to customer retention, and in turn, good reviews come out.
However, owners of physical stores stated that due to the high demand of technology
having a brick and mortar store results to a loss of profits especially with a local business where it
can only attract customers who come to the store. Due to the high demand for technology support
are more likely to be associated with the online shopping mode. With the increasing and enhance
means of accessing the web, its use and popularity also grew. Due to the problems encountered
the fact allows the researchers to create a third party online shopping website which will help
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physical stores to broadcast and advertise their products all over the world. Online shopping has
grown in fame over the years because people find it appropriate and easy to deal shop from the
comfort of their home or office. The researchers will make a way using creating an online shop-
ping website called Aquanic which will act as a third party for both the vendors and the custom-
ers where it will improve the development and profits of the owners.
As researchers, who seek to help and learn, it is an achievement to be able to make a so-
lution to develop the way on how owners will gain back the cost they spend in selling products
and services by using today's high demand of technology and be able to prevent business bank-
ruptcy and losing of profitable value. As well as to provide an essential long-run perspective on
the issues that are faced on a day-to-day basis. People are hoping that the proposed system can
make a difference in the world. Great leaders don't set out to be superior, but they set out to make
a difference. It's never about the role instead it is always about the GOAL.
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Objectives of the Study


The core objective of the study is to develop a system Aquanic: An online shopping web-
site that focuses on selling that helps the customer in finding a right and a secure online shopping
website for buying healthy and high-quality products that will use on Aquanic.

Specific Objectives
Specifically, the System will be able to:
● Allow the customers to save time and to experience a hassle-free shopping for their
particular needs.
● Shows the available shops in Cebu.
● Shows the present items available.
● Shows tutorial videos as customer’s guide.
● Generates order receipt and tax receipt for customer’s record.
● Secure cash on delivery transaction.
Scopes and Limitations of the Study
In general, the proposed system aims to provide and deliver its objectives. The following
would be part of the system’s scope and limits.

Scopes of the Study


Customer
● Register the required details to be filled
● Browse the presently available shops and their product
● Search specific categories
● Watch on how to perform professional maintenance
Shop
● Upload Items and Livestock
● Create a Promo of their Items and Livestock
Super Admin
● Manage Customers Account
● Manage Shops Account
● Manage Partnership Account
● Manage Orders
● Upload Tutorial Videos
● Manage Tutorial Videos
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● Generates Order and Tax Receipt

Limitations of the Study


● System can only be used by the people who are living in Cebu;
● The System will be limited to customers who don’t have Internet access;
● A customer is not allowed to return a livestock once it was delivered alive; and,
● Damaged materials are not refundable once it was received.
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Significance of the Study


In recent time, online shopping has become very popular. The growth of technology has
made these part and parcel of everyday lifestyle. The appearance of plastic money or the debit
/credit card and the smooth access to the World Wide Web has brought the shops from around the
world to the desktop. This system is created to encourage and motivate customers to interact and
be part of improving the Aquanic activity in the Philippines. The system is beneficial to the fol-
lowing individuals:
Hobbyists. The proposed system will help the hobbyist to improve their way of shop-
ping. There is seven useful way of shopping. The convenience, better prices, more variety, fewer
expenses, no crowds, less compulsive shopping, and the hobbyist can compare the prices.
Partners. The proposed system will help the clients to increased visibility for their busi-
ness, improve customer profiling, reduced overheads, lower marketing costs, expanded geograph-
ical reach, being open for business 24/7, greater flexibility, broader potential customer base, and
to have the ability to tell people about their business.
Researchers. The proponents have developed their writing, analysis, and interpretation
skills needed to do a successful thesis. It will be beneficial to the proponents by gaining pro-
gramming knowledge and logical stimulation and knowing how to eliminate specific problems of
a computer system. Due to the stated issues regarding their policy, the proponents will not only
gain programming knowledge but will also propose a career-changing system that could benefit
the organization.
Future Researchers. The system will benefit the future researchers as guide or reference
in their efforts at any proposal or project. The researchers will enhance their analysis, knowledge
and logical stimulation, knowing how to eliminate the particular problems of a system. Recom-
mendation for future researchers who have a customer feedback and ratings. Also, an application
for receiving item upon delivering.
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Flow of the Study


Aquanic is a system that helps the customer in finding a right and a secure online shop-
ping website for buying healthy and high-quality Items that will use on Aquanic.

INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT

 Problems en-
countered in  Data Gathering AQUANIC: An
the existing  Agile Method- Online Shopping for
Aquatic Scaping
system ology
 Personal In-  Aquanic
formation Monitoring
 Features and  Maintenance
functions of
the proposed
System

Figure 1: Flow of the Study of Aquanic


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Definition of Terms

Aquanic - is the third party online shopping website

Aquascaping - is the craft of arranging aquatic plants, as well as rocks,


stones, cave work, or driftwood, in an aesthetically pleasing
manner within an aquarium.

Business-to-business - refers to a situation where one business makes a commercial


transaction with another. It typically occurs when: A business
is sourcing materials for their production process. A business
needs the services of another for operational reasons.

Business to Consumer - Sometimes referred to as Business to Consumer, describes the


(B2C) activities of businesses in selling Items and services.

Client - is a person who buys a product or uses a service from a busi-


ness.

Consumer - is the one who pays something to consume the goods and ser-
vices produced. As such, consumers play a vital role in the
economic system of a nation.

Convenience - is the state of being able to proceed with something with little
effort or difficulty.

Credit - is a method of buying goods or services that allow individuals


to pay for them in the future.

Database - is the proposed system is secured and can save data and in-
formation on the database.

E-commerce - is also known as electronic commerce or internet commerce,


refers to the buying and selling of goods or services using the
internet, and the transfer of money and data to execute these
transactions.
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Hobbyist - is a person who regularly or occasionally engages in an activi-


ty as a pastime rather than as a profession.

Invoice - a statement listing goods or services provided and their prices,


used in business as a record of sale.

Livestock - are fishes

Partners - a person who takes part in an undertaking with another or


others, especially in a business or company with shared risks
and profits.

Pending Items - An item uploaded by the shop that is waiting for the approval
of the admin

Programming - is the action or process of writing computer programs.

Technology - is the application of scientific knowledge for practical pur-


poses, especially in industry.

Third Party Software - is a reusable software component developed to be either


freely distributed or sold by an entity other than the original
vendor of the development platform.

Webshop - is a sales outlet which supplies goods and services over the
Internet.
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CHAPTER II
REVIEW ON RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES
This chapter shows the related literature and studies after the thorough search done by the
researchers. It is to understand the study further with the help of some useful materials like books,
magazines, newspapers, manuscript and other web articles to help the researcher get ideas and
other related studies that could help the researcher achieve their target objectives. Those included
in this chapter helps in familiarizing information that is relevant and similar to the presented re-
search.
Related Literature
Expandly combines all the essential features online retailers need in a single package. It
allows users to list on multiple sales platforms, manage inventory in real-time, manage shipping,
manage orders, handle accounting responsibilities, and create insightful reports. All of these func-
tionalities are accessible on a single interface, providing online retailers a clear view of all their
operations in-real time so they can effectively market and sell their products.
With Expandly, shop owners can effortlessly manage their sales listings on multiple
online marketplaces. Users can synchronize their inventory levels across all platforms to prevent
overselling. It features multilingual capabilities as well for retailers that are looking to cater to
international customers.

Listed as one of the most popular compact e-commerce solutions today, Volusion offers
businesses with a fully cloud-hosted shopping cart. The platform is loaded with tons of tools and
functionalities such as website building, web hosting, adding products, inventory management,
checkout, payment processing, order management, customer management, newsletters, and much
more.

Among the company’s famous clients are Intel, 3M, and Slickwraps. Today, Volusion
powers over 40,000 online retailers. One of the reasons why Volusion has achieved its success
and popularity among store owners is the fact the dashboard is integrated with so many features
and tools. That means users don’t need to buy expensive add-ons from a separate app store. Find
more information about this software in our detailed review of Volusion.

Jimdo
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Jimdo is a website builder that is built on one simple principle – make it easy for all types
of users. With this straightforward approach, Jimdo is developed in a way that allows users
to quickly and easily create professional and functional websites no matter if they are hardened
website developers or freelancers who are just starting from the bottom.

With its Jimdo Online Store functionality, many business owners and freelancing profes-
sionals have found it easy to create and maintain an online store. Although not as loaded as some
of its more popular e-commerce and online store builder alternatives, Jimdo is packed with all the
basic features you need. Over 150,000 online stores have been created using Jimdo, a clear indi-
cation that it is indeed an effective platform. Learn more about this app in our Jimdo review.

PrestaShop
PrestaShop is built as an open-source software and is totally free. That said, it is not a
hosted e-commerce solution. That means users need to download the whole thing. But in contrast
to other popular e-commerce systems, PrestaShop provides users with a user-friendly and very
intuitive administration panel, which is a good thing especially for individuals who are still start-
ing their e-commerce adventure and are unfamiliar with the ins and outs of online business man-
agement.
The platform is also loaded with many features that are designed to help beginners and
intermediate online shop owners get the hang of it all. Many tools and functionalities that are not
included in the PrestaShop pack can be easily installed, often for free. For applications that are
hard to find, users can simply get a programmer to add the options they need. If you need more
information about this solution you can read our detailed review of PrestaShop.

ShopSite
Initially called iCentral, ShopSite comes loaded with shopping cart tools and features that
are primarily intended for small and medium-sized businesses. The award-winning e-commerce
platform makes it simple for users with little technical knowledge and expertise to build a small
yet very functional online store. Other features that make this platform a good option for small
business include Store Setup Wizard, Digital Coupons, Associates and Inventory Track-
ing. ShopSite’s efficiently manages tracking items and monitoring inventories as well as keeping
tabs on all the smallest details. Get more details about pricing and features of this app from
our ShopSite review.
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Related Studies
For further understanding of the study, the researchers made use of different reading mate
rials related to the online system. These materials such as books, magazines, newspapers, and
other web articles are essential in broadening the knowledge of the researchers. These will also
guide the researchers to achieve their target objectives by getting ideas on other related studies
and make improvements as possible.

Figure 2: BigCommerce

BigCommerce is first on the list due to its ability to offer all the necessary tools to set up
and manage an online store. It provides a range of customizable templates that shop owners can
use to integrate their store’s designs and aesthetics. Shop owners can sell physical and digital
products and also market effectively to attract new customers. Plus, the shop owners has tied up
with shipping and delivery services for timely product shipments.
What benefits does BigCommerce bring to the table? Shop owners can build an online
store that showcases your brand and use the app’s features to turn visitors into buyers. The solu-
tion offers templates designed for mobile selling. Shop owners can add new services and products
easily and customize the items with high-resolution images. Make shopping easy with convenient
checkout practices. Get access to real-time info on inventory. Finally, get actionable insights from
detailed and reliable eCommerce analytics to improve your business.
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Figure 3: Wix

Wix is one of the most popular e-commerce platforms for small and medium-sized retail-
ers with its out-of-the-box tools that are packed in affordable plan packages. It lets shop owners
build their own online store easily and customize it according to their branding without coding
and technical skills required. Shop owners can showcase their products in beautiful galleries,
manage and track the orders, and offer multiple payment options to their customers. Some of its
main features also include gallery customization, seamless checkout processes, and sales promo-
tions.

What factors made Wix a top e-commerce software? It combines usability with function-
ality. For instance, making shop owners online storefront look professional can easily and quickly
be accomplished with designer-made templates and drag-and-drop interface for customization. It
keeps track of shops inventory, tax, and shipping rules. The e-commerce functionality is available
at a low cost starting from $16.50 per month. This already includes shops online store, unlimited
bandwidth, free domain (shop owners can also connect their own domain and apps for site boost-
er) and form builder.
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Figure 4: Shopify

What makes Shopify one of the leading choices in the comparison of eCommerce soft-
ware companies? To start, it offers a range of tools to help businesses develop and operate online
stores and also sell products in person. This solution also provides features designed for offline
retail. For these reasons, it is used by greater than 120,000 online stores.
What benefits does Shopify bring to the table? The setup is fast and easy and shop own-
ers can select from more than 100 professionally designed themes to give a corporate look to their
online store. Second, the shop owner hosts their online store so their data is secure and they don’t
need to worry about maintenance and upgrades. Plus, shop owner are assured of reliable 24/7 cus-
tomer support. Finally, shop owner get easy-to-use reports and robust marketing features.
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Figure 5: 3dcart

3dcart is a robust eCommerce platform that offers a wide range of features for online
stores. It has tied up with more than 200 business service providers including payment solutions,
tax calculators, shipping carriers and more. Plus, it offers useful tools for store building and man-
agement. Key features include marketing and order management tools, zero transaction fees, bulk
importing/exporting, plenty of SEO tools, and support for digital products.
What are the main benefits shop owners can expect from 3dcart? Sellers get a robust and
effective solution to market their products online, while customers can seamlessly order online.
The app offers a secure administration interface that shop owner can use to access the system,
invoices, shop inventory, and customer data from any internet-connected device. Shop owners
can select from a wide range of professional templates or customize their own theme to fit their
brand, image, and store. Finally, shop owners can rely on expert help from the support team to get
their issues resolved quickly.
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Figure 6: Volusion

Volusion is an eCommerce solution that can scale with shop owners business. The app
has a user-friendly interface and offers a simple and helpful design wizard. Using this tool shop
owners can easily create an eCommerce website and manage its different aspects. Plus, shop
owners can use the customization features to make their online store fit their brand or company’s
aesthetics. There are also excellent marketing and shopping tools shop owners can make use of.
Why should shop owners choose for Volusion to operate their online store? To start, shop
owners can build their store and start selling in minutes. Shop owners can do this by installing
attractive templates without needing any coding skills. The app offers easy-to-use features to help
shop owners seamlessly manage processes such as order tracking, shipping, and inventory man-
agement. Finally, shop owners can count on the help of a dedicated account manager as well as
expert support agents all based in Austin, TX to resolve any issues and make the best use of the
software.
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Comparative Matrix
Comparative Matrix is a tool to compare the features and functionality of competitive Items or services in a side-by-side table.
Table 1
COMPARATIVE MATRIX
Features

Aquanic BigCommerce Shopify Volusion Wix 3dcart

Notify Customers      
Notify Partners      
All users can view the video tuto-
rial
     
Offers a package deal, an aquari-
um and a turbidity sensor
     
Showcases the Most Popular
Products
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CHAPTER III
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Research Environment
The research took part in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu where the city has a population of
300,000+. Lapu-Lapu City is a city in the province of Cebu in the Philippines. The city occupies
most of Mactan Island, and it also covers the area of Olango Island further to the southeast re-
gion, plus a few other islands. It is part of the Cebu Metropolitan Area which is in Cebu City.
According to the 2007 census.
The city is linked to Mandaue City by the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge and Marcelo Fernan
Bridge. Mactan-Cebu International Airport is the second busiest airport in the Philippines, and its
location is in Lapu-Lapu City. The only aquarium attraction in the Visayas is in Lapu-Lapu City.
Lapu-Lapu City is one of the busiest city, which takes a perfect place to do research and study,
especially in Mactan.

Figure 7: Research Environment


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Software Engineering Methodology


The system is developed by following the Agile Methodology approach, see Figure 8.
An Agile methodology is an iterative approach to product development that is performed in a
collaborative environment by self-organizing teams. The method produces high-quality software
in a cost-effective and timely manner to meet stakeholders’ changing needs.
Agile Model
The agile model as shown in figure 8 is a more recent practice of software development
and is incorporated as the modern incremental method with a few tweaks in its phases but retain
basic principles of the traditional predecessor. The agile model would best suit the development
stage whenever the project demands a crunch time for release thus giving developers better
guidelines in completing projects and assigned to the delivery rate of the project to client specifi-
cations; changes could be done quickly without having to start from scratch making this tech-
nique dynamic to updates and changes.

Figure 8: Agile Methodology


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Planning/Conception-Initiation Phase
Business Model Canvas
The picture below shows the Business Model Canvas of the proposed system. It will in-
form the customers about the view of the proposed method, who will be the key partners that will
fund the proposed system. The activities made by the system, value propositions which answers
why is the system created, how this is involved with customer relationship, key resources which
states that the funds required will be applied in developing the system and who are the proponent
affect in the study. The customer segments present the target market where the proposed opera-
tion will be performed. The channels present the ways on how to market the business happens
while the cost structure presents where the cost of the company.

Figure 9: Aquanic Business Model Canvas


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Program Workflow
//provide SHORT DESCRIPTION here… about the Program Workflow
PARTNER SUPERADMIN
CUSTOMER

Register Validate? Login Validate?


Register Validate?
No Yes
No No
Yes Yes
Admin
Page

IF IF
Login Login
CORRECT? CORRECT?
Manage Partnership Request Approve?
No Yes
No Yes No Yes
SHOP PAGE

Upload Items and


Homepage Validate? Manage Items and Livestock Approve?
Livestock
Yes
No No

Edit Personal
Validate?
Information Approved Items And
Livestock
No
Yes Promos Validate?
No
Upload Tutorial Videos Validate?
Yes
Change Password Validate?
No

No
Yes Approved Items and Pending Items and
Livestock Livestock Manage Tutorial Videos Validate?
No

Yes
Approved Orders Received? Sales Report

No Change Password Validate?


Pending Orders
Charges
No Yes
Yes

Cancelled Orders

Change Password Validate?


Received Orders Aquanic Commission Generate Tax Receipt
No
Yes
Items and
SHOPS
Livestock
No Pending Orders Approve?

Add to cart Validate?

Yes
My Shopping
Generate Order Receipt
Cart

Checkout If
Complete Yes

No

Figure 10: Program Workflow of Aquanics


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Process Name: Register Customer Account


The diagram below is a comprehensive illustration of the customer registration to under-
stand the process on register customer account.

Figure 11: Register Customer Account


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Process Name: Update Customer Account


The diagram below is a comprehensive illustration of the update customer account.

Figure 12: Update Customer Account


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Process Name: Order and Professional Maintenance


The diagram below is a comprehensive illustration of the process of finding order and
watching videos for professional maintenance.

Customer Web

Order
Verify
Order

Confirm Order

Submit

Process Order

Watch Professional Display Professional


Maintenance Maintenance

end

Figure 13: Order and Professional Maintenance


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Process Name: Partner Account


The diagram below is a comprehensive illustration of the process of posting item details.

Customer Web

Create Account Verify


Account

Post Items

Verify
Posted items

Display Items

Figure 14: Partner Account


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Process Name: Super Admin Account


The diagram below is a comprehensive illustration of the process of managing all regis-
tered accounts.

Figure 15: Super Admin Account


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Validation Board

Figure 16: Validation Board of Aquanic


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Gantt chart
The figure below is the visual representation of the project’s schedule, a type of bar chart. Gantt chart is a chart in which a series of hori-
zontal lines show the amount of work done or production completed in certain periods of time about the amount planned for those periods.

Legend:

Completion of Activities
Figure 17: Gantt chart of Aquanic
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Business Analytics
Business analytics refers to the skills, technologies, practices for continuous iterative ex-
ploration and investigation of past business performance to gain insight and drive business plan-
ning.

Figure 18: Business Analytics of Aquanic


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Functional Decomposition Diagram


Functional decomposition diagram as shown in Figure 20 below represents the break-
down of business processes that the system does. The processes mainly cover about activities
that the end user can perform within the system.

Aquanic

Customer Shops Super Admin

Personal Information
Sales Report Aquanic Commision

Change Password Charges Customers Account

My Cart Upload Items


Shops Account

Pending Items and


Pending Orders Livestock Partnership Request

Approved Items and


Livestock Pending Items and
Cancelled Oreders
Livestock

Promos
Approved Orders Tutorial Videos

Privacy Policy
Received Orders Upload Tutorial Videos

Terms and Conditions


Privacy Policy Pending Orders

Change Password
Terms and Conditions
Received Orders

Return and Refund


Order Receipt

Tax receipt

Change Password

Figure 19: Functional Decomposition Diagram of Aquanic


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Business Use Case Diagram

Create Account

Process Login

Manage Account

My Shopping Cart

Search Orders

Sales Report

Customer
Aquanic Agreements

Charges

Upload Items and Livestock

Items and Livestock

Create Promos

Shop Aquanic Commission

Manage Customer Account

Manage Shop Account

Manage Partnership Request

Manage Items and Livestock

Upload Tutorial Videos

Manage Tutorial Videos


Super Admin
Manage Orders

Generate Receipt

Figure 20: Aquanic Business Use Case


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Create Account

Customer
<<includes>>

Verify account
details

Shop

Figure 21: Create Account Use Case

Name : Create Account

Purpose : To create an account for customers and shop

Triggering : Customer, Shop

Benefitting : System

Pre-condition : Customer wants to create an account.

Post-condition : Registered successfully

Steps :
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USER SYSTEM

1. Click “Create Account” button. 2. Loads “Registration Form”.

3. Fill all required fields

4. Click “Register” button. 5. Verify user inputs.

5.1 if inputs are for partner’s account


5.1.1 if inputs are invalid or incomplete
5.1.1.1 Show error message “Please fill-
up the required fields.”
5.1.2 if inputs are valid and complete
5.1.2.1 Sends notification to the admin
5.1.2.2 Show message alert box
“Registration sent. Wait for admin’s ap-
proval”

5.2 if inputs are for customer ac-


count 5.2.1 if inputs are invalid or
incomplete
5.2.1.1 Show error message “Please fill-
up the required fields”.

5.1.2 if inputs are valid and complete

5.2.2.1 inputs saved in the


database
5.2.2.2 Show message alert
box “Success”.
6. Loads “Login Form”.
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Process Login

<<includes>>
Customer

Verify
Account

Shop

Super Admin

Figure 22: Process Login Use Case


Name : Login Account

Purpose : To allow a user to log in their account

Triggering : Customer, Shop, SuperAdmin

Benefitting : System

Pre-condition : An account is logging in.

Post-condition : An account has been logged in.

Steps :
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USER SYSTEM

1. Click “Login” button 2. Shows “Login” form.

3. Input username

4. Input password

5. Click the “Login” button. 6. Verify user inputs.

6.1 If inputs are not validated, Show error


message “Login failed!” .
6.2 Else show a message “Successfully Log-
in”.
7. Loads “Homepage”.
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Personal Information

Customer

Change Password Super Admin

Shop

Figure 23: Manage Account Use Case


Name : Manage Account

Purpose : To Change Personal Information and Change


Password

Triggering : Customer, Shop and Super Admin

Benefitting : System

The Customer can change Personal Information


Pre-condition :
and change Password

Post-condition : Successfully managed the customer’s account

Steps :

CUSTOMER SYSTEM

1. Click on “Personal Information” 2. Display the customer Personal Infor-


mation form

3. Click “Change Password” 4. Display Change Password form


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Pending Orders

Cancelled orders

Approved Orders

Customer
Received Orders

Figure 24: Search Orders Use Case


Name : Search Orders

Purpose : To search for Pending Orders, Cancelled Orders, Approved


Orders and Receive Orders

Triggering : Customer

Benefitting : Customer

Pre-condition : Customer can search for orders

Post-condition : Order has been displayed

Steps :

CUSTOMER SYSTEM

1. Click on “Pending Orders” 2. Displays the customer Pending Orders

3. Click on “Cancelled Orders” 4. Display the customer Cancelled Orders

5. Click on “Approved Orders” 6. Display the customer Approved Orders

7. Click on “Received Orders” 8.Display the customers Received Orders


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Create Account
<<include>>

Partnership
Partner Request

Manage
Partnership <<include>>
Request

Super Admin Approved or


Decline Request

Figure 25: Aquanic Agreement Use Case

Name : Aquanic Agreement

Purpose : For the customers to know the rules on using Aquanic

Triggering : Customer and Shop

Benefitting : Customer and Shop

Pre-condition : Customer and Shop can read the Private Policy, Terms and
Conditions and Return the Refund and Shop

Post-condition : Customer and Shop can understand the Aquanic Agreements

Steps :

CUSTOMER AND SHOP SYSTEM

1. Click on “Privacy Policy”. 2. Display Privacy Policy Form

3. Click on “Terms and Conditions” 4. Display Terms and Conditions Form

5.Click on “Return and Refund” 6. Display the Return and Refund Form
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My Shopping Cart

Shop

Figure 26: My Shopping Cart Use Case


Name : My Shopping Cart

Purpose : To display Items inside of his/her Cart

Triggering : Customer

Benefitting : Customer

Pre-Condition : Displaying Items

Post-Condition : Items successfully displayed

Steps :

CUSTOMER SYSTEM

1. Click on “My Cart” 2. Display Items


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Sales Report

Shop

Figure 27: Sales Report Use Case


Name : Sales Report

Shop will know their sales for certain month for the
Purpose :
whole year

Triggering : Shop

Benefitting : Shop

Pre-Condition : Shop can view their Sales

Post-Condition : Shop viewed their Sales

Steps :

SHOP SYSTEM

1. Click on “Sales Report” 2. Display the Saled on every month and for
the whole year
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Charges

Shop

Figure 28: Tax Charges Use Case


Name : Tax Chargges

Purpose : Far Aquanic Commission

Triggering : Shop

Benefitting : Shop

Pre-Condition : To Notice the shop of their Charges

Post-Condition : Shop will pay the Charges.

Steps :

SHOP SYSTEM

1. Click on “Charges” 2. Display the charges for a certain Day,


Month and for the whole Year.
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Upload Items and


Livestock

Shop

Figure 29: Upload Items and Livestock Use Case


Name : Upload Items and Livestock

Purpose : To Upload Items

Triggering : Shop

Benefitting : Shop

Pre-Condition : An Item is uploading

Post-Condition : Item Uploaded Successfully

Steps :

SHOP SYSTEM

1. Click on “Upload Items” 2. Display Upload Items form


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Pending Items and


Livestock

Approved Items
and Livestock
Shop

Figure 30: Items and Livestock Use Case


Name : Items and Livestock

To search for Pending and Approved Items and


Purpose :
Livestock

Triggering : Shop

Benefitting : Shop

Pre-Condition : Shop can search for Items and Livestock

Post-Condition : Items and Livestock has been displayed

Steps :

SHOP SYSTEM

1. Click on “Pending Items and 2. Display the shop Pending Items and Live-
Livestock” stock

3. Click on “Approved Items and 4. Display the shop Approved Items and
Livestock” Livestock
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Promos

Shop

Figure 31: Create Promo’s Use Case


Name : Create Promos

Purpose : To create an Promo Items and Livestock

Triggering : Shop

Benefitting : Shop

Pre-Condition : Creating a promo Items and Livestock

Post-Condition : Promo has been created

Steps :

SHOP SYSTEM

1. Click on “Promos” 2. Display Shop promo Items and Livestock


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Aquanic
Commission

Super Admin

Figure 32: Aquanic Commission Use Case


Name : Aquanic Commission

Purpose : Aquanic Revenue streams

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : To know the total Revenue streams of Aquanic

Post-Condition : Aqunaic Commision Successfully displayed.

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Aquanic Commission” 2. Display the tax earned,Fee earned and the
total commission of the Aquanic.
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Manage Customers
Account

Super Admin

Figure 33: Manage Customers Account Use Case


Name : Customers Account

Purpose : To manage or search customer Account

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : Managing customer Account

Post-Condition : Customer Account Successfully Updated

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Customers Account” 2. Display Customers Account

2.1 Manage Customers Account


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Manage Shops
Account

Super Admin

Figure 34: Manage Shops Account Use Case


Name : Shops Account

Purpose : To manage or search shops account

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : Managing Shop Account

Post-Condition : Shop Account successfully Updated.

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Shops Account” 2. Display Shop Account

2.1 Manage Shops Account


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Manage Partnership
Request

Super Admin

Figure 35: Manage Partnership Request Use Case


Name : Partnership Request

Purpose : To manage Partnership Request

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : Managing Partnership Request

Post-Condition : Successfully Manage Partnership Request

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Partnership request” 2. Display Pending Partnership Request

2.1 Manage Partnership Request


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Manage Items and


Livestock

Super Admin

Figure 36: Manage Items and Livestock Use Case


Name : Manage Items and Livestock

Purpose : To manage pending Items and Livestock

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : Managing Pending Items and Livestock

Post-Condition : Successfully Manage Items and Livestock

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Pending Items and 2.1 Display Pending Items and Livestock
Livestock”
2.2 Manage Pending Items and Livestock
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Upload Tutorial
Videos

Super Admin

Figure 37: Upload Tutorial Videos Use Case


Name : Upload Tutorial Videos

Purpose : To Upload Tutorial Videos

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : Upload Tutorial Videos

Post-Condition : Upload Successfully

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Upload Tutorial Vide- 21. Display Upload Tutorial Videos form
os”
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Manage Tutorial
Videos

Super Admin

Figure 38: Manage Tutorial Videos Use Case


Name : Upload Tutorial Videos

Purpose : To Manage Tutorial Videos

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : Managing Tutorial Videos

Post-Condition : Successfully Manage Tutorial Videos

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Tutorial Videos” 21. Display Tutorial Videos

2.2 Manage Tutorial Videos


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Pending Orders

Received Orders
Super Admin

Figure 39: Manage Orders Use Case


Name : Manage Orders

Purpose : To manage pending orders

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : Managing Pending Orders

Post-Condition : Successfully Manage Pending Orders

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Pending Orders” 2. 1 Display Pending Orders

2.2 Manage Pending Orders

3. Click on “Received Orders” 4. Display Received Orders


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Order Receipt

Tax Receipt
Super Admin

Figure 40: Generate Receipt Use Case


Name : Generate Receipt

Purpose : To generate report of order and tax

Triggering : Super Admin

Benefitting : Super Admin

Pre-Condition : Generating Receipts

Post-Condition : Receipt Generate Successfully

Steps :

SUPER ADMIN SYSTEM

1. Click on “Order Receipt” 2. Display Approved Orders

3. Click on “Download to PDF" 4. Display Order Receipt

5.Click on “Tax Receipt” 6. Display tax charges

7.Click on “ Download to PDF” 8. Display Tax Receipt


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Storyboard
A storyboard is a graphic organizer in the form of illustrations or images displayed in se-
quence to illustrate the crucial steps of the user experience.

Figure 41: Login Page

ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE


Email Textbox Yes varchar 50
Password Textbox Yes varchar 50

Logic:
1. Fill up the login credentials.
2. When the “Login” button has clicked, the user will directed to the home page.
A. If the username and password do not match, it will not lead the user to the
homepage. An error will display, and it will remain in the Login Page.
3. If the Register now? The link will be clicked; it will lead the user to the sign-up
page.
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Figure 42: Storyboard – Customer Registration Page

ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE


Choose File File Upload Yes varchar MAX
Email Textbox Yes varchar 50
Password Textbox Yes varchar 50
First Name Textbox Yes varchar 50
Last Name Textbox Yes varchar 50
Address Textbox Yes varchar MAX
Contact No. Textbox Yes int 11

Logic:
1. Fill up the sign-up fields (all fields are required to fill up).
2. Can pick profile picture by clicking “Choose File” button.
3. When the “Register” button has clicked, the user will directed to the home page.
A. If some fields is empty or incorrect format it will not lead the user to the homep-
age. An error will display, and it will remain in the Customer Registration Page.
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Figure 43: Storyboard – Shop Registration Page

ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE


Choose File File Upload Yes varchar MAX
Shop Name Textbox Yes varchar 50
Shop Address Textbox Yes varchar MAX
Shop Contact No. Textbox Yes int 11
Email Textbox Yes varchar 50
Password Textbox Yes varchar 50

Logic:
1. Fill up the sign-up fields (all fields are required to fill up).
2. Can pick logo by clicking “Choose File” button.
3. After Clicking “REGISTER” button shop will wait for the approval of the admin
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Figure 44: Storyboard – My Account Page

ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE


Choose File File Upload Yes varchar MAX
First Name Textbox Yes varchar 50
Last Name Textbox Yes varchar 50
Mobile Number Textbox Yes int 11
Email Address Label Yes varchar 50
Address Textbox Yes varchar MAX

Logic:
1. Click on “My Account” will lead the user to the user information page.
2. The user information page will be presented
3. Fill up the sign-up fields (all fields are required to fill up).
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Figure 45: Storyboard – Home Page

ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE


Home Link
Shop Now Link
My Account Link
Tutorials Link
Account Pop-up modal
My Cart Link
Apply Now Link
Log out Link

Logic:
1. If user clicks “Home”, he or she will be redirected to the Home Page.
2. Click the “Shop Now” will lead the user to the Shop Page.
3. Click the “My Account” will lead the user to the My Account Page.
4. Click the “Tutorials” will lead the user to the Tutorials Page.
5. Click the “Account” modal login will appear.
6. Click the “My Cart” will lead the user to the Cart Page.
7. Click the “Apply Now” will lead the user to the Shop Registration Page.
8. Click the “Logout” will lead the user to the Home Page.
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Figure 46: Storyboard – Shop Page

ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE

Search Textbox
Star Rating Radio Button

Logic:
1. The shop page where customer can sort star rating and search aquatic shops in Cebu.
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Figure 47: Storyboard – Shop Products Page

ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE


Search Textbox

Logic:
1. By choosing a shop it will display the product of it.
A. You can also search a product.
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Figure 48: Storyboard – Product Details Page


ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE
Quantity Textbox Yes Int

Logic:
1. The product detail page where the customer can input how many products he wants to
buy. When the “Add to Cart” button has clicked, the customer will directed to the prod-
uct details page.
1.1 If the customer wants to buy more than the product quantity,
An error will display, and it will remain in the product details page.
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Figure 49: Storyboard – My Cart Page

ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE


Delete Button Yes Int
Buy Now Button

Logic:
1. My orders page and here users can view their orders including their order number, order
date, total price and the status of the item ordered.
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Figure 50: Storyboard–Order Confirmation Page


ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE
Name Textbox Yes varchar 50
Mobile Number Textbox Yes int 11
Municipality Dropdown list Yes varchar 50
Barangay Dropdown list Yes varchar 50
Address Textbox Yes varchar MAX
Confirm Order Button

Logic:
1. The Order confirmation page where customers can see what kind of transaction they
can pay with their orders and on when they can get their purchased items.
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Figure 51: Storyboard – Tutorial Page


ITEMS TYPE REQUIRED DATA TYPE SIZE
Search Textbox

Logic:
1. In this Tutorial Page, the system will provide provides users to view the basic and ad-
vance on how they create products and also how they do services.
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Database Design
Database design it is the process of producing a detailed data model of the database. This
data model contains all the needed logical and physical design choices and physical storage pa-
rameters required to generate a design in a data definition language, which can then be used to
create a database. An entirely attributed data model contains detailed attributes for each entity.

Figure 52: Database Design of Aquanic


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Entity Relationship Diagram


An entity-relationship diagram (ERD) is a data modeling technique that graphically il-
lustrates an information system’s entities and the relationships between those entities. An ERD it
is a conceptual and representational model of data used to represent the entity framework infra-
structure.
AquanicUsers

has has

Customers AquaticShops contains SalesReport

visit
has

places has
contains
Charges

OrderDetails ItemsAndLivestock
has

OrderMaster has Municipality has Barangay Billing

Figure 53: Entity Relationship Diagram


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Data Dictionary
A set of information describing what type of data is collected within a database, its for-
mat, structure, and how the data is used.
Table 2
DATA DICTIONARY OF THE CUSTOMER
Column Data Length Description Allows Null Business Con-
Type straints
Name

UserID int Unique identi- No GENERATED


fication value ALWAYS AS
of the customer IDENTITY
(START
WITH 100001,
INCREMENT
BY 1)

CustomerProfile varchar MAX Profile of the Yes


customer

CustomerFirstname varchar 50 First name of Yes


the customer

CustomerLastname varchar 50 Last name of Yes


the customer

CustomerAddress varchar 50 Address of the Yes


customer

CustomerContactNo varchar 50 Mobile number Yes


of the customer
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Table 3
DATA DICTIONARY OF THE AQUATIC SHOPS
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Business Con-
Null straints
Name

ShopID Int Unique identi- No GENERATED


fication value ALWAYS AS
of the shop IDENTITY
(START WITH
140119, IN-
CREMENT BY
1)

UserID Int Unique identi- No


fication value
of the user

ShopLogo varchar MAX The Logo of Yes


the shop

ShopName varchar 50 The name of Yes


the shop

ShopAddress varchar MAX The address of Yes


the shop

ShopContactNo varchar 50 The contact Yes


number of the
shop

ShopRating varchar 50 The rating of Yes


the shop
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Table 4
DATA DICTIONARY OF THE AQUANIC USERS
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Business Con-
Name Null straints

UserID Int Unique identifica- No GENERATED


tion value of the ALWAYS AS
user IDENTITY
(START WITH
100001, IN-
CREMENT BY
1)

Email Varchar 50 The email of the No


user
Password Varchar 50 The password of Yes
the user
DateRegistered Varchar 50 The date regis- Yes
tered of user
AccountType Varchar 50 The type of Ac- Yes
count

Table 5
DATA DICTIONARY OF THE ITEMS AND LIVESTOCK
Column Name Data Type Length Description Allows Business Con-
Null straints

ItemID Int Unique identification No GENERATED


value of the item ALWAYS AS
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IDENTITY
(START
WITH 400007,
INCREMENT
BY 1)

ShopID Int The ID of the shop Yes

UserID Int The ID of the user Yes

ItemPic varchar MAX Picture of the item Yes

ItemName varchar 50 The name of the item Yes

ItemCategory varchar 50 The Category of Item Yes

ItemDescription varchar MAX The description of an Yes


item

ItemPrice decimal 18,2 The price of the item Yes

ItemQuantity Int The quantity of the item Yes

DateUpload varchar 50 The upload date of item Yes

ItemStatus varchar 50 The status of the item Yes

PromoDiscount Int The Discount of the Yes


item

Table 6
DATA DICTIONARY OF THE ORDER DETAILS
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Business Con-
Name Null straints
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OrderID int Unique identifica- No GENERATED


tion value of the or- ALWAYS AS
der IDENTITY
(START WITH
500007, IN-
CREMENT BY
1)

ShopID int The ID of the shop Yes

ShopName varchar 50 The name of the Yes


shop
UserID Int The ID of the User Yes

ItemID int The ID of the item Yes

ItemPic varchar MAX Picture of the item Yes

ItemName varchar 50 The name of the Yes


item
Price int The price of the item Yes

Quantity int The quantity of the Yes


item
Discount decimal 18,2 The discount of the Yes
items
OrderStatus varchar 50 The status of the or- Yes
der

Table 7
DATA DICTIONARY OF THE ORDER MASTER
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Business Con-
Null straints
Name

OrderID int Unique identification No GENERATED


value of the order ALWAYS AS
IDENTITY
(START WITH
500007, INCRE-
MENT BY 1)
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UserID int The ID of the user Yes

Name varchar 50 The full name of the Yes


customer

Address varchar MAX The address of the Yes


customer

City varchar 50 The city of the cus- Yes


tomer

Municipality varchar 50 The municipality of Yes


the customer

Brgy varchar 50 The barangay of the Yes


customer

MobileNumber varchar 50 Mobile number of the Yes


customer

PostalCode int The municipality Yes


postal code of the
customer

OrderDate varchar 50 The date of the order Yes

DeliveryDate varchar 50 The delivery date of Yes


the order

FullPrice varchar 50 The full price of the Yes


order

OrderStatus varchar 50 The status of the or- Yes


der

Table 8
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DATA DICTIONARY OF SALES REPORT


Column Data Type Length Description Allows Null Business Con-
straints
Name

ShopID int Unique identi- No GENERATED


fication value ALWAYS AS
of the bogus IDENTITY
buyer (START WITH
140119, IN-
CREMENT BY
1)

Month varchar 50 The sales of Yes


the month

Year varchar 50 The sales of Yes


the year

Sales decimal 18,2 The total sales Yes

Table 9
DATA DICTIONARY OF TUTORIALS
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Business Constraints
Null
Name

TutorialID int Unique identifi- No GENERATED AL-


cation value of WAYS AS IDEN-
the tutorial video TITY (START
WITH 800000, IN-
CREMENT BY 1)

TutorialName varchar 150 The title of the Yes


tutorial video
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TutorialDescrip- varchar MAX The description Yes


tion of the tutorial

TutorialVideo varchar MAX The video file Yes

Table 10
DATA DICTIONARY OF MUNICIPALITY
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Null Business Con-
straints
Name

PostalCode int Unique identi- No GENERATED


fication value ALWAYS AS
of the munic- IDENTITY
ipality (START WITH
6000, INCRE-
MENT BY 1)

Munici varchar 50 The name of Yes


the municipal-
ity

Table 11
DATA DICTIONARY OF APPLICANTS
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Business Con-
Null straints
Name

ApplicantID int Unique identifi- No GENERATED


cation value of ALWAYS AS
the applicant IDENTITY
(START WITH
900000 INCRE-
MENT BY 1)
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ApplicantFirst- varchar 50 The applicant Yes


name firstname

ApplicantLast- varchar 50 The applicant Yes


name lastname

ApplicantEmail varchar 50 The applicant Yes


email

ApplicantCon- varchar 50 The applicant No


tactNo Contact number

ApplicantRe- varchar MAX The applicant re- Yes


sume sume

Table 12
DATA DICTIONARY OF CHARGES
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Null Business Con-
straints
Name

OrderID int Unique identifi- No GENERATED


cation value of ALWAYS AS
the charges IDENTITY
(START WITH
500007, INCRE-
MENT BY 1)
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TaxCharge int The tax of the Yes


order

DeliveryFee int The delivery fee Yes


of the order

Table 13
DATA DICTIONARY OF BARANGAY
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Business Con-
Null straints
Name

PostalCode int Unique identification Yes


value of the munici-
pality

Brgy int The name of the ba- Yes


rangay

Table 14
DATA DICTIONARY OF BILLING
Column Data Type Length Description Allows Business Con-
Null straints
Name

BillingID int Unique identifica- No GENERATED


tion value of the ALWAYS AS
BillingID IDENTITY
(START WITH 1
INCREMENT BY
1)
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ItemID int 50 Yes

ShopID int 50 Unique identifica- Yes


tion value of the
applicant

OrderID int 50 The applicant Yes


email

Name varchar 50 The applicant Con- No


tact number

Month varchar 50 The applicant re- Yes


sume

Day varchar 50 The day of billing Yes

Year varchar 50 The year of billing Yes

Price int Yes

Quantity int The quantity of the Yes


Billing

Discount decimal 18,2 The discount of the Yes


Bill

TaxCharge decimal 18,2 The charge of the Yes


tax

Status varchar 50 The status of the Yes


billing

Network Design
Network planning and design is an iterative process, encompassing topological design,
network-synthesis, and network-realization, and ensuring that a new telecommunications net-
work or service meets the needs of the subscriber and operator.

Network Model
USER ADMIN USER
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SERVER

Figure 54: Client-Server Model

The client-server model of technology is a distributed application structure that segmen-


tation tasks or workloads between the providers of a service, called servers, and the service re-
quester called clients. Client and servers communicate over a computer network on different
hardware, but both belong to the same system. Server host executes one or more server pro-
grams, which share their resources with the clients. Clients, on the other hand, do not share any
of its resources but request a server content or function. Therefore, clients initiate communica-
tion with the server which waits for an incoming request.

Network Topology
88

Figure 55: Star Network Topology


Star topology is a network topology where each piece of a network is attached to a cen-
tral node (often called a hub or switch). It is the most common setup wherein the attachment of
these network pieces to the fundamental component represented in the form of a star. The reason
using the star topology is to reduce the impact of a failure to a line in the way of connecting all
existing systems to one central node or hub.

Development/Construction/Build Phase
This phase consists of the components that will be used and are necessary to develop the
system. This phase is inclusive of the technology stack diagram, software specification, hardware
specification and the list of modules.
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Technology Stack Diagram

Figure 56: Aquanic Technology Stack Diagram


MySQL is an open source relational database management system (RDBMS) based on Struc-
tured Query Language (SQL).

CSS it is a modern CSS framework with built-in responsiveness. Code Igniter is a robust PHP
framework with a minimal footprint, built for developers who need a simple and elegant toolkit
to create full-featured web applications.

CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) is a Web page derived from multiple sources with a defined order
of precedence where any style element conflict.

JavaScript (JS) it is a scripting language, primarily used on the Web. It is used to enhance
HTML pages.

JQuery is a concise and fast JavaScript library that can be used to simplify event handling,
HTML document traversing, Ajax interactions and animation for rapid website development.

ASP.NET it is an open-source server-side web application framework designed for web devel-
opment to give dynamic web pages. ASP.NET was developed by Microsoft to let the program-
mers build dynamicc websites, web applications, and web services.
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Program Specification
A program specification is a statement of requirements of a program, an expression of a
design for a plan. Its purpose is to be executed on a computer and perform that computation.
Programs are written in a precise and describes the results that program is expected to produce
and its primary purpose is to be understood not to be executed.
Functional Requirements:
Inputs:
The proposed system is capable of accepting the following inputs:
- Email and password for login
- User details
- Partner details
- Item details
-
Process:
The system is capable of processing the following:
- Edit and update User details
- Edit and update Partner details
- Add and update Item details
Outputs:
The following are the outputs of the system:
- Match the User’s desired items
Non-Functional Requirement
Usability - the system itself provides specific keys and figures which help the user iden-
tify and evaluate essential functions.
Reliability –The system may encounter software bugs and glitches at the time, but most
of its process should proceed normally.
Performance – performance expectation on this system is at maximum to provide out-
standing service.
Supportability – The administrator should be able to access and update the system.
Availability – The system shall be available for 24 hours per day and 364 days a year.
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List of Modules
This table consists of Modules which comprises the whole system and will be divided
among the members for the assurance of completing the development of the system
Table 15
LIST OF MODULES
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Table 16
UNIT TESTING
Module Unit Name Test Test Case Expected Actual Result Remarks
Name Case Description Results
ID

Registration Register TC- Invalid Inputs An Error Signup Error Passed


001 must be dis-
played
Registration Register TC- Valid Inputs Check your Check your Passed
002 email for email for veri-
verification fication
Email Veri- Email veri- TC- Not Verified Verification Email Not Ver- Passed
fication fication 003 Success ified
Email Veri- Email Veri- TC- Email Verified Verification Verification Passed
fication fication 004 Success Success
Shop Regis- Shop Regis- TC- Invalid Inputs An Error Missing Inputs Passed
tration tration 005 must be dis-
played
Shop Regis- Shop Regis- TC- Valid Inputs 1st Step Suc- 1st Step Success Passed
tration tration 006 cess
Login Login TC- Invalid inputs Sign in error sign in error Passed
007
Login Login TC- Valid Inputs Redirect to Redirect to Passed
008 home home
Customer Customer TC- Invalid Inputs An Error Missing Inputs Passed
Registration Registration 009 must be dis-
played
Customer Customer TC- Valid Inputs 1st Step Suc- 1st Step Success Passed
Registration Registration 010 cess
Upload Upload TC- Invalid Inputs An error Upload unsuc- Passed
Items Items 011 must be dis- cessfully
played
Upload Upload TC- Valid Inputs Successfully Successfully Passed
Items Items 012 uploaded uploaded
Add to cart Add to cart TC- Invalid Inputs An error Add to cart Passed
013 must be dis- unsuccessfully
played
Add to cart Add to cart TC- Valid inputs Successfully Successfully Passed
014 added to added to cart
cart
Manage Manage TC- Decline Re- Decline Re- Declined Re- Passed
Partnership Partnership 015 quest quest quest
Request Request
Manage Manage TC- Accept Request Accept Re- Request ac- Passed
Partnership Partnership 016 quest cepted
Request Request
Purchased Purchased TC- History pur- Display his- Display history Passed
History History 017 chased details tory details details
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Manage cus- Admin TC- Display ac- Display Ac- Successfully Passed
tomer Ac- manage cus- 018 count details count updated
count tomer ac-
count
Manage Admin TC- Display shop Register Success fully Passed
shop Regis- manage 019 details shop Registered
tration shop regis-
tration
Manage tu- Admin TC- Display tutorial Pay tutorial Successfully Passed
torial videos Manage tu- 020 page videos uploaded
torial videos
System Re- System over TC- Display total Display total Display total Passed
port all report 021 customers his- customers customers and
tory and system history and system com-
commission system mission
commission

Table 17
INTEGRATION TESTING

Test Module 1 Integration Module 2 Precondition Result Re-


Case ID Process marks
1 Customer Create a new Customer Customer must Performed Passed
Manage- account for Management register first as ex-
ment customer pected
2 Shop Man- Create a new Shop Man- Shop must reg- Performed Passed
agement account for agement ister first as ex-
Shop pected
3 Admin Admin must Admin Displays regis- Performed Passed
Manage- be available Management tered custom- as ex-
ment ers pected
4 Purchase Customer, Report Man- Display trans- Performed Passed
History shop and agement action detail as ex-
Manage- Admin re- pected
ment ceives a his-
tory report
5 System Admin re- System Re- Displays total Performed Passed
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Report ceives a sys- port Man- shop, sales as ex-


Manage- tem report agement transaction per pected
ment month and
over all paid
system com-
mission

Table 18
ALPHA TESTING

Test Criteria Poor Fair Good Very Good


Graphical User Interface()GUI
Clarity (Displayed error, help, and
warning messages are clear, concise,

and as elementary as possible to assist
user in operating the software.)
Consistency (The user interface is of
the same formatting style and icons ✓
throughout the system.
Flexibility (The system includes user
preferences setting to allow changes, ✓
for example, increasing the font size.)
Forgiveness and Tolerance (The inter-
face displays message or confirmation
prompts that would allow the users to ✓
undo or redo critical actions.)
Readability (The interface has appro-
priate colors, font sizes, and styles that ✓
is convenient to the target users.)
Reusability(The system contains reus-
able GUI components such as familiar

buttons, text and check boxes, and oth-
er tools)
Simplicity (The GUI design include
simple GUI buttons, such as simple ✓
screens with clear, uncrowded messag-
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es.)
User-friendliness (The GUI design
must be user-friendly, by providing

helpful, courteous, and non-offending
messages.)
System Performance
Conformance to the Objectives (All
specific objectives of the system are ✓
met by the program.)
Conformance to the Requirements
(The system effectively met all the

identified features and/or require-
ments.)

Test Criteria Poor Fair Good Very Good


Efficiency (The entire system func-
tions efficiently. It doesn't have de- ✓
lay in any transaction.)
Integrity (The software allows the
registered user to have control over ✓
its own private information.)
Overall Impression (In general, the
program or system is functional and ✓
useful.)
Security (The system is secured.
Login details are authenticated. In-
put parameters are ensured prior to ✓
the execution of the next transac-
tion.)
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Table 19
ACCEPTANCE TESTING
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Aquanic

Team AJA Aying, Axel M.

Mr. Japeth D. Lahaylahay

Implementation/Deployment Phase
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Deployment Diagram

Deployment diagram show the hardware for the system, the software that is installed on
that hardware, and the middleware used to connect disparate machines to one another.

Implementation Budget/Cost Specification

Hardware
Computer Set ₱ 30,000.00

Total Php 30,000.00

Software
ASP.Net Php 5,000.00
MySQL Php 2,000.00
Operating System (Windows Php 2,000.00
10)
Total Php 9,000.00

Administrator’s Expense
Hardware Maintenance Php 2,000.00
Internet Connection Php 1,900.00
Electricity Php 2,000.00
Transport Php 2,000.00
Food Php 100.00
Total Php 8,000.00
Total Cost of the System Php 47,000.00

Software Specification
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The system can be implemented with the following Software specifications:

Hardware Specification
The system can be implemented with the following hardware specifications:

Human Resource Specification


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This research study, Aquanic: An online shopping website that focuses on selling that
helps the customer in finding a right and a secure online shopping website for buying healthy and
high-quality products that will use on aquascaping is formed to meet the needs of the following
users:

1. Aquatic plants and animals hobbyist


2. Aquatic plants and animals farms
3. Shop owners
4. System Administrators
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User Guide
Setting up your Aquanic web application (for shop owner and customer)
1. Access website in any browser.
a. Register your Account
b. Login Account/ You can Login using your Gmail account
2. After the user successfully logged in the application you can access to the appli-
cation and experience the following:
a. Home (which is customer can search the shops and view their items)
b. My Profile (user can edit the profile)
c. My Cart (which is customer can view items added to their cart)
d. Directory (customer can search shops and their products)
e. Logout

Installation Guide
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For Admin:

1. Install the Visual Studio 2013.

Visit the visualstudio.microsoft.com and download visual studio 2013. Choose


either 32 or 64 bit depending on your operating system.

2. Navigate the Visual Studio 2013

The directory is automatically created during installation and can be found in lo-
cal disk C (C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio)

3. Access the webpage visualstudio.microsoft.com

For Customers:
1. Open any web browser

2. Access www.aquanic.com

Project Roadmap
103

This figure shows the overview of the projects goals that are presented in an annual time-
line.

Figure 57: Project Roadmap of Aquanic

CONCLUSIONS
104

The main idea of the survey was to find out the current online shopping system. The
number of respondents who answered the survey is enough for analysis to be more comprehen-
sive.
The result of the survey shows that both customers and shop owners find it very conven-
ient to have an online shopping system. Also, the result shows that dissemination of announce-
ment could be even more effective if it is done online where customers of the shop can access the
website given if there is internet connection, anytime and anywhere.
All of the customers and the shop owners have said that convenience and fast transaction
speed are two main factors why respondents would prefer and choose online shopping. Technical
problems and vulnerability to cyber criminals are main pros of online shopping.

RECOMMENDATION

The proponents of this system would gladly recommend this study to be utilized in every
Brick and Mortar stores. And to the future researchers who came up with a similar idea as this the
proponents would like to recommend improvisation of the system to satisfy demands.

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CURRICULUM VITAE

AXEL M. AYING
Address: Casanta Mactan, Lapu-lapu City
Contact No.: 09974488967
Email Address: axelaying2017@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE:
To work with a professional company where my skills and
knowledge can add to its achievements.
PERSONAL DATA
Age : 20
Date of Birth : April 16, 1998
Gender : Male
Civil Status: Single
Height: 5’7”
Weight: 60kg
Nationality: Filipino
Religion: Roman Catholic
SKILLS & ABILITIES
● MS Office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access
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● Programming Language - Visual Basic .Net, ASP.Net, C, C# and


Java
● Scripting Language - HTML, CSS and Basic of JavaScript
● Adobe Creative Suite(Photoshop)

EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF CEBU - LM, A.C CORTES AVE., LOOC,
MANDAUE CITY
COLLEGE, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
2015 – PRESENT

MACTAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL,


Mactan Lapu-Lapu City
HIGHSCHOOL
March 26, 2015

SOONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL,


Mactan Lapu-Lapu City
ELEMENTARY
April 04, 2011

SEMINARS ANDTRAININGS
5TH ICT CONGRESS
FEBRUARY 24, 2017
IEC PAVILION

INTERNET OF THINGS
FEBRUARY 11, 2017
UC – LM

4TH UC-ICT CONGRESS


FEBRUARY 21, 2016
J CENTER MALL
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REFERENCES
MR. JENNEL BARZO, INSTRUCTOR
CCS FACULTY, UCLM
+639485511706

ANGELYN S. MURILLO
Address: Suba Masulog Basak, Lapu-lapu City
Contact No.: 09096524882
Email Address: murilloangelyn17@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE:
To obtain a position where I could effectively apply my skills
and knowledge I’ve learned and given an opportunity to work
productively and accurately in your company.
PERSONAL DATA
Age: 19
Date of Birth: October 02, 1998
Gender: Female
Civil Status: Single
Height: 4’9”
Weight: 55 kg
Nationality: Filipino
Religion: Roman Catholic
SKILLS & ABILITIES

● Microsoft Office(MS Word, Powerpoint, Excel)


● Adobe Creative Suite(Photoshop)
● Scripting Language - HTML, CSS and Basic of JavaScript
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EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

College Bachelor of Science in Information Technology


University of Cebu Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue
AC Cortes Ave., Looc, Mandaue City
2015 to Present

High School St.Augustine International School


Kagudoy Rd, Basak, Lapu-Lapu City
March 26, 2015

Elementary Northwestern Visayan Colleges


Boracay, Malay Aklan
April 04, 2011

SEMINARS AND TRAININGS


5TH ICT CONGRESS
FEBRUARY 24, 2017
IEC PAVILLION

INTERNET OF THINGS
FEBRUARY 11, 2017
UC – LM

4TH UC-ICT CONGRESS


FEBRUARY 21, 2016
J CENTER MALL

3RD UC-ICT CONGRESS FEB-


RUARY 21, 2015
J CENTER MALL
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REFERENCES
MR. JENNEL BARZO,
INSTRUCTOR
CCS FACULTY, UCLM
+639485511706

JEUS JOSHUA A. CLEMENTE


BGBNEAB, Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City. Cebu, Philippines
Mobile No.: 09163624916
Email Address: clementsyokai@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE:
To be in position wherein I could contribute my knowledge
and skills and be able to develop it more.

PERSONAL DATA
Birthday: August 25, 1998
Civil Status: Single
Nationality: Filipino
Father: Renante C. Clemente
Mother: Lucita A. Clemente
Religion: Christian

SKILLS & ABILITIES


● Programming (C++, ASPX.net, C#)
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● Hardware troubleshooting
● Network troubleshooting
● Microsoft Office(MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
● Adobe Creative Suite(Photoshop)

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

College Bachelor of Science in Information Technology


University of Cebu Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue
AC Cortes Ave., Looc, Mandaue City
2015 to Present

High School Pasay City North High School


BGBNEAB, Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City
2014-2015

Elementary Mactan Air Base Elementary School


BGBNEAB, Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City
2010-2011

SEMINARS AND TRAININGS


5TH ICT CONGRESS
FEBRUARY 24, 2017
IEC PAVILLION

INTERNET OF THINGS
FEBRUARY 11, 2017
UC – LM

4TH UC-ICT CONGRESS


FEBRUARY 21, 2016
J CENTER MALL
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3RD UC-ICT CONGRESS


FEBRUARY 21, 2015
J CENTER MALL

REFERENCES

Gladys Rosane A. Calumpag


ESL Teacher
09771438360
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Appendix A
TRANSMITTAL LETTER
October 15, 2018

Dr. Aurora C. Miro


CCS Dean

Dr. Miro:

Greetings!

We, the 4th year Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) students in
University of Cebu Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue campus will be developing a system entitled
“Aquanic: An online shopping site for the nature lovers.” This System builds a strong foundation
between people and nature relationship and connects to one of the primary sources of life.

Aquanic is not just for enjoyment, but it also connects to the most profound value of protecting
and loving our nature.

Rest assured that this study will only be to comply the requirements of our thesis.
We are hoping for your positive response regarding this matter.

Thank you and Godspeed!

Respectfully Yours,

The Researchers
Aying, Axel M. Clemente, Jeus Joshua A . Murillo,Angelyn S.

Noted by:
Ms. Analou Cag-ong Dr. Aurora C. Miro
Thesis Adviser CCS Dean
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Appendix B
RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT
The research conducted in the University of Cebu Lapu – Lapu and Mandaue, located at
A.C Cortes Avenue, Looc, Mandaue City sits the foot of the old bridge, connecting the cities of
Cebu and Lapu – Lapu. In 1964, they established the University of Cebu. In May 1995, a satellite
of campus of UC was opened in the area of Lapu – Lapu, and Mandaue hence, UCLM.
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Appendix C
SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE
Name: _______________________ Age: ____________ Gender: _______________
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