DESIGN OF E-COMMERCE APP ZORA CART FOR EASY ONLINE SHOPPING

Ridhima Jain, AyushiTripathi, Vijendra K. Maurya

Abstract


In this paper, develop software for E-market place to manage the details of Products, Customer, Shipping, and Category. It manages all the information about Products, Sales, and Category. The project is totally built at administrative end and thus only the administrator is guaranteed the access. The purpose of the project is to build an application program to reduce the manual work for managing the Products, Customer, Sales and Shipping. It tracks all the details about the Shipping, Payment and Category. The report proposed the results and solutions on the limited implementation of the various techniques that are introduced in the project.


Keywords


E-commerce, Application, Internet.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v13i0.6873

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