Uniform Resource Identifier ( Uri )

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Uniform resource identifier


Table of Contents

Abstract 3
Introduction 4
Needs Analysis 4
Operations Analysis 4
Current System 4
Operational Objectives 5
Functional Analysis 5
Feasibility Definition 6
Needs Validation 6
System Operational Requirements 8
Operational Scenarios 8
Operational Requirements Statements 9
References 10

In the connection of the World Wide Web, a bookmark is a provincially put away Uniform Resource Identifier (URI). All present day web programs incorporate bookmark highlights. Bookmarks are called top choices or Internet alternate ways in Internet Explorer and by ideals of that program 's vast piece of the overall industry, these terms have been synonymous with
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All of them get lost or erased if the system gets crashed. Here there is no protection or security for the user data. As in Facebook or any other social networking sites, we can share the data and also allow others to read or use the data.

The current system lacks the following:
1. Lack of Accessibility: For the users to access, they need the internet. As the internet which we use for the houses, and other public internet centers. But every one need the computer and the net to access it
2. High Cost: To get a good website, we need a good web host, to obtain the good host; we need to spend a lot of money on that.

3. Time:

It requires a lot of time for the system to design without any human or machine made errors.
4. Loss of Data:
We need really a good network to access the data. We even need the backup for the data to be secure. There will be risk in the data lost.
In the proposed system, I will design a system which will overcome all the drawbacks of the existing system.
1. To improve the user experience:
We can browse all here on a single screen, Instead of browsing all in different tabs.
2. Interactivity: Here it provides the interactivity with the options drag and drop on the applications of the desktop.
3. Good response and good data flow:
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