This analysis aims to design and build a prototype of an airline-oriented web application for managing aircraft flights. At the same time, it aims to be a powerful, easy-to-use, fast and effective management tool for airline agents, on the one hand, and a simple and safe information tool for customers of the same airline on the other. To achieve this, this application will be able to facilitate many tasks such as easy and personalized check-in of customer information, flight scheduling and booking confirmation, sending a notification to passengers in case of postponement or cancellation of a flight, establishing a passenger manifest, having an electronic record of previous flights, and a change of flight schedule in real time; the company will have the possibility to confirm or cancel a flight depending on the circumstances, the company will rather have fixed schedules, the customer will be able to consult the availability of flights and make reservations online, the customer will be able to either cancel or confirm their reservation, customers will no longer be disappointed by long waits at the airport in case of delay or postponement.
[...] Thus, the web offers an opportunity to any organization to automate its information exchange and communication system with its various partners. What's more, the ability to remotely access business applications via the Internet has enabled organizations to make their core business more profitable and the processing of large amounts of information faster. To do this, these organizations are called upon to observe, analyze, understand their system to design web applications that meet their needs. Objective of the study It is in our reflection and seeks to pay attention to the implementation of a system that will allow passengers to access the different flight programs of an airline wherever they are without making too much effort. [...]
[...] Information: The act of informing someone, a group, keeping them informed of events. Information (Informatics): An element of knowledge that can be represented using conventions for retention, processing or communication. The information system can be defined as an organized set of resources (hardware, software, personnel, data, procedures, etc.) to acquire, store, process, communicate information of all forms in an organization. So, there are, first of all, individuals: they are all the people who use the system, whether they are simple employees or managers. [...]
[...] To implement the application, it follows well-defined procedures from the design of the database from the MVC architecture (Controller View Model) to the creation of the PHP and HTML pages. Each step is a necessary link for the optimization of the site, its proper functioning and especially its security. This theme allows us to see the functioning as well as the design of websites. In addition, this project will provide future programmers with an idea and the procedures to follow for the realization of a flight management and display system, which is very useful in airports. [...]
[...] It describes a scenario of a use case. In short, it represents the interactions between objects, emphasizing the chronology of message sending. SequenceDiagram_1 Client Telephone/PC Passrelle Serveur Apache Base de donnees Recuperer des infos ExecuterQuery() Contenu WML Activer Apache Info de reponse Authentifier Envoyer par canal Se connecter via WAP Afficher vol Demande de vol Figure Sequence diagram for the airline The number of possible combinations of diagram modeling can be found by building different prototypes see diagrams above. Each diagram corresponds to a solution. [...]
[...] Indeed, in recent years, the manufacture of equipment is carried out by only a few manufacturers. This equipment is relatively reliable, and the market is standardized. Computer problems are essentially software problems. The modeling of an information system implies that it is necessary to choose the software development model; hence, this modeling is based on the method or language to follow. To manage to strut this flight management system, some of the UML diagrams supported us in the materialization of the graphical representation, which is interested in a specific aspect of the model; these are perspective prototypes of the model. [...]
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