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Hello everyone. i hope you all having a good day. i'm asking this because there's lots of people willing to help. im going to mention some points here : FUNCTIONALITIES OF ONLINE MALL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: Customers can register with their email addresses and make their own profiles. Customers can roam around the whole website and do all the purchasing without having to visit the mall physically. Customers can also order their favourite food from the various food outlets in the mall. Customers can do all the shopping easily by sitting at home. Customers will get Email notifications whenever there is some special event in the mall. Customers will get regular updates about the new arrivals at every brand. There will be a shopping cart with the help of which customers can shop ‘n’ number of items and later checkout with the shopping carts.
Shop employees are responsible for internal affairs, processing orders, assuring home delivery, getting customer's delivery-time feedback, updating order's status and answering client's queries online. There will be feedback page where customers can give their comments about our website or any product that they have purchased.
so my little brother is in university and its his last C++ project, i know html css and js i learnt here on treehouse. there are 8 days till his university deadline. the front end is ready just need to integrate this system using c++ only. is there any course here that i can take and make this as basic as possible so that it just meets the requirements nothing that op.. appreciate all suggestions. i only see C# here..isnt there any C++ course?
Balazs Peak46,121 Points
So far there are no C++ courses on Treehouse, even though you can find plenty of them at other places on the internet.
What you need to know about C++: it is a "lower level" programming language, meaning that it is closer to the hardware level. You can achieve more with C++ as you would with other programming languages, but you will have a longer learning curve. Generally speaking I would say that it is suitable for advanced programmers. Good luck!