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International Journal Of Electrical, Electronics And Computers(IJEEC)

Development of a Web based Shopping Cart using the Mongo DB Database for Human Sustainability

U.C. Onyemauche , C.L. Okpalla , M. Benson- Emenike , B, U. Osundu , C.E. Mbanusi , C.U. Onyemauche

International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Computers (IJECC), Vol-7,Issue-4, July - August 2022, Pages 1-5, 10.22161/eec.74.1

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Article Info: Received: 07 Jun 2022; Accepted: 05 Jul 2022; Date of Publication: 10 Jul 2022


The databases in use today are of SQL-type. This has its drawbacks such as unnecessary complex queries, rigid schema, non-asynchronous persistence and they are definitely not object oriented. Moreover, SQL-shopping cart is expensive by requiring more programs to function. Therefore, the development of a modern shopping cart using MongoDB will eradicate these set backs. The main aim of this study is to design and execute a modern e-commerce shopping cart using MongoDB database. The method used here is the agile development methodology. Stages involved here include: Brainstorm, Design, development stage, Quality Assurance, deployment and Cycle. The User interface is written with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The HTML (Hyper Text markup language) is used to create the web pages involved, including the forms through which the user supplies input to the system. Each item in the web page is well labeled to optimize user friendliness. The CSS (cascading Style Sheet) is used to create a mobile-friendly, responsive interface to enable mobile devices to seamlessly use the system.The developed shopping cart will save time and effort for programmers rather than using SQL tools with all the labors with it.

Document Oriented, Hyper Text Mark up Language, NoSQL database, Open Source, Shopping Cart

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