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Client Part of the Web-application for the Center of Practice and Project Work

Student: Anastasiia Kazantseva

Supervisor: Rimma Akhmetsafina

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2020

At some point in their development, many organizations are faced with the fact that the existing software solutions no longer meet all the needs of the company. This slows down their development, as well as worsens the working conditions of employees. To solve this problem, one can develop a specialized application that takes the specifics of the organization's workflows into account. This document is dedicated to the design and development of the client part of such application for the HSE center of practice and project work. The first Chapter will present a comparative analysis of the software used by the Center, its possible analogues, and the application being developed. The second Chapter will be devoted to designing the application in general and its client side in particular. It describes major anticipated functions of the application, provides the domain analysis, and also contains a comparative analysis of possible architectural solutions for the main parts of the application (form designer, search) and for the client part of the system as a whole. In the third Chapter, the choice of technologies for implementing the frontend is considered and the final functions of the developed application are described in detail. The work contains 74 pages, 3 chapters, 38 figures, 3 tables, 37 sources, 6 appendices. Keywords: Enterprise Application, FLUX, Form Designer, ReactJS, TypeScript, Single Page Application.

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