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Search Application for Performers of Common Household Services. Backend

Student: Tigran Martirosyan

Supervisor: Alexander Breyman

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Services that help us in our daily routine are becoming more and more popular nowadays. There are taxi services, cleaning services, delivery services and so on. Each of them serves a specific purpose, but in common they save our times and make our lives easier. Unfortunately, not all of them fulfil people’s needs. In this paper we are going to talk about what is a good online service of this type, highlighting the significance of this kind of service in modern cities with a high rhythm of life. We will review the Delivery club and Youdo to find core features that make them popular and will try to understand what can be improved. As a result, we can create an application, allowing people to find performers for their daily routine tasks, such as cleaning rooms, grocery shopping.

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