Pet Care Management System—Front-end Design

Lu Wang


With the rapid development of Internet technology, we have entered the “Internet +” era, and all walks of life began to move closer to the Internet. Many industries began to develop their own web pages to show everyone their products and corporate philosophy so that new and old customers can know their latest products in the first place. Considering that more and more people in the family are starting to keep pets and they are treating pets as part of the family, they are increasingly concerned about the life and health of pets, so our group has developed a set of pet care appointments and pet products to purchase. A pet care management system. This system can help pet owners to take care of their pet baby more conveniently.This project is a back-end management project based on the B/S model. The project adopts the MVC design pattern. The front end uses the Bootstrap framework, the database uses the MySQL database, and SVN is used as the project management tool. After the project is completed, an environment is set up on the cloud server, and a war package is installed on the server. At the same time, the initial application of the project on the Android terminal is completed. This article introduces the MySQL database, ajax, json, and MVC patterns used in the front-end development process.


MySQL; Ajax; Json; MVC

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/le.v10i2.2631


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