Shopping Cart, Programming Languages

Shopping Cart
Purpose – Allows user to browse while keeping track of the items in which they will purchase at the end on the order page link and this will give a final price for all items.
The shopping cart function – By using cookies this allows the shopping cart to work properly and the design is to store the information somewhere so that when the user goes from page to page it stores the items until user is ready to checkout.
The Program Concepts – By clicking on an item the products page should give user an option to go to a single page where a description of the item is, and also you can order from that page.

Definition – The project requires the development of Javascript software that supports the activities of an imaginary online item service that simulates the selection and email payment option of various items over the computer network. This service is provided to process basic actions through email safely.
• Add item (by name and qty) to a customer shopping cart
• Remove item (by name and qty) from a customer shopping cart
• Report items in customer shopping cart (i.e., checkout)
• Payment of item qty to the order page
• Summary of final price of all purchases
Data needed:
General-
Customer email info (name, email and mailing) may be pre-loaded into customer data files
Customers has an identification ID name
Customer leaves service once finished with purchase

Payment –
Customers are given a final price in which they will have an option of a imaginable credit card using the last 6 digits of card# when they confirm purchase or an option that says to pay later
Program will keep track of credit card balance and reject payments
Total cost of cart will go to email this will determine pay later or credit card # used (remember all 6 digits of card # is already given)

Items-
Minimum of 20 items only
Each item will have an initial price set at time of delivery
Customer must specify qty of each item wanted
Price changes may occur during re-stock but will not affect price in carts
Items removed from cart will be returned back to inventory

Shopping cart –
Each customer may only use one cart at a time
The service can handle a maximum of 20 active carts at a time
Cart contents are saved for customers who leave the system and return another day
Customers request cart report showing all items with prices, quantities, and totals
Customers may only remove cart item one at a time
Entire qty specified for addition to a cart must be available
Re-stocking –
Item re-stocking may occur at predetermined interval
Item re-stocking list specify items names, prices, and qty
Prices of items in current inventory must be replaced with re-stocking prices
Re-stocking list must be read pre-defined data files


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