Actually there is no customer registrations happening, its just a resturant
and there wouldnt be any registrations and stuff, its a valid point of
hosting it on a webserver and building it like any web app, but then
internet connection might also be a problem in that area, and if the
internet doesnt work well, the entire app doesnt work, So for the long term
like you said it would be made available as a hosted application, but still
the system needs to be able to perform all the functions even as a stand
On Sat, Aug 7, 2010 at 1:11 AM, Mike Stowe <mikegst...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Just a stupid question... But if you build it as a web app hosted on a
> server, wouldn't that provide for easy development of an online, customer
> end registration portal-- assuming they have a website?
> I know that's not what the original ? was, just trying to think long term.
> - Mike
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Aug 6, 2010, at 1:13 PM, Vinay Kannan <viny...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks for your reply Maarten, Its a hotel management application for a
> > hotel..
> > Thanks,
> > Vinay
> > On Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 1:03 PM, maarten <maarten.fo...@edchq.com> wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> without further information, it is not really possible to give any kind
> >> of indication that a web app can replace the original app. We do not
> >> know what the original app is supposed to do, how it works, ...
> >> Having said that, I think most apps would be possible to transform to
> >> some web app. That does not mean it is generally a good or bad idea,
> >> that depends on the situation.
> >> Since you already suggested you are avoiding the process of an
> >> installable software, I think that may actually be what you are trying.
> >> regards,
> >> Maarten
> >> On Fri, 2010-08-06 at 07:45 +0530, Vinay Kannan wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I need some help and its actually got nothing to do with any coding
> >>> My friend owns a business and has been using a software developed on
> >> VB6.0
> >>> installed on a Windows XP it is a bit outdated though and I personally
> >> feel
> >>> the company which sold the software has overdone the sales, coz I
> >> personally
> >>> feel its way too crappy.
> >>> Now that my buddy has asked me to get a software developed for him if I
> >>> would like to. I am thinking that since I am more of a web app guy than
> >> the
> >>> traditional software developer, would it make any sense to develop an
> >>> application which would run on localhost on a Ubuntu Desktop ? I am not
> >> sure
> >>> if it does sound like an appropriate alternative or does it sound like
> >>> someone trying to avoid the process of an installable software ?
> >>> Also if it can be done, then Ideally what are the things that I should
> >>> taking care off ? and was really keen to know how many of you have come
> >>> across situations like these and offered solutions like this if atall
> >>> Thanks,
> >>> Vinay Kannan.
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