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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Samat Gayazov
Mobile Online Shopping Applications Generator
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
The work is dedicated to development of a system for creating mobile applications for online stores without knowledge of programming languages.

The work presents a solution that allows the user (the owner of the online store) to receive a ready-to-distribute mobile application for his online store. The developed solution consists of the builder of mobile applications for devices under Android OS, compatible with the Gradle system and developed in the framework of this project mobile application for online stores. The mobile project builder receives parameters from the external system (such as the colors used in the application, the name of the online store, the application language and other customization parameters), and the mobile application adapts the appearance depending on the parameters received. As a result, the owners of online stores have the opportunity to create a mobile application for their business without the knowledge of programming languages.

Based on the analysis of actual methods and approaches to the development of the architecture and the use of libraries and tools, an approach was developed that allows developing an adaptable, tested mobile application.

Within the framework of the project, mobile application for the online store was developed, which, depending on the parameters passed to it, assumes a different appearance and receives data (goods, categories, etc.) from the online store whose identifier was passed to the application.

The paper contains 55 pages, 3 chapters, 16 illustrations, 6 tables, 40 bibliography items, 5 appendices.

Keywords: building mobile applications, Android mobile applications, online shops.

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