The Impact of CBSE’s Activities on E-Commerce Applications

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Component based technology is widely used for both academicians and business. There are numbers of benefits for using this type of technology. First, it helps to increase the efficiency and maintainability of software. Second, it improves quality and helps to enhance productivity. Third, the reuse approach that supports component based technology decreases the time to market. Component based e-commerce can be used to solve e-commerce difficulties at application level as well as at system level. This paper introduces how component based activities have effect mainly on building the framework of the e-commerce. It also discusses how the architectural design of the application can be synthesized.

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L. Khaled, "The Impact of CBSE’s Activities on E-Commerce Applications," iBusiness, Vol. 5 No. 1A, 2013, pp. 43-48. doi: 10.4236/ib.2013.51A005.

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