Chapter 12Web Application: Vacation Tracking System

For many businesses today, the independence of workers has been ever increasing. It is not uncommon for workers to divide their time across multiple projects and to report to multiple project managers. As a result, managers have fewer informal interactions with their workers and find it increasingly difficult to be aware of and manage their workers' vacation time. Thus, in the example explored in this chapter, our fictitious company has decided to develop and deploy a flexible vacation time management application for managers and employees alike to use to manage their vacation time.

The decision by a large enterprise organization to implement this and similar functionality is never made in isolation. ...

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