Library seat reservation system based on android-based QR code

With the development and advent of the Internet era, the Internet has brought great convenience to people's lives and also changed people's lifestyles. If it is the Internet that shifts people's concept of viewing news information from newspapers and magazines to PC terminals, then the mobile Internet has turned people's concept of viewing news information to mobile terminals, that is, mobile apps. Traditional Internet products are gradually shifting. Mobile Internet products have quietly become more and more abundant, bringing people a better experience. Is gradually changing people's lives.

The development of the seat reservation system APP enables game lovers to turn on their mobile phones to obtain relevant information about the games they like. This system uses Java as the development language, uses the mysql database to store the seat reservation system, and uses the MVC model to develop the idea. The development environment is Eclipse ADT. The system has functions such as seat reservation system viewing, seat reservation system collection, seat reservation system comment, seat reservation system push, and online communication.

The main users of the system are students and classroom administrators.

The user, that is, the student, must first perform the login operation. After logging in, the user can perform operations such as viewing the current seat situation in the study room, selecting a free seat, releasing the seat, temporarily leaving, and viewing the current user's status.

After the user logs in successfully, the system will jump to the main interface. You can have three operations on the main interface to view the current seat situation in the study room, select a seat and view the status of the current user. Viewing the current seat situation of the study room can intuitively show the user the seat vacancy and occupancy status of the study room on each floor of the current study room, so that the user can judge whether it is appropriate to choose the study room as a self-study location, so that students do not need to go to the study room. It is possible to know the usage of the seats, which is convenient for students to check the usage of the seat resources in the study room in time. The operation of selecting seats is the core and important module of the system. The user knows which seats are occupied and which are free through the list of seats on each floor. The user's personal management interface only provides a record of the current user's bad state in the study room. After the seat is selected by the user, the system will jump to the display interface where the user uses the seat. In this interface, the user can release the seat, temporarily leave, and continue the operation

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table of Contents

Summary 1

abstract 2

Catalog 3

1 Introduction-1-

1.1 Development background-1-

1.2 Development significance-1-

1.3 Standards that the project should prepare-1-

2 Introduction to development technology and tools-1-

2.1 Android-1-

2.2 Mysql database server-2-

2.3 JAVA technology-2-

2.4 Myeclipse development tools-2-

2.5 Eclipse ADT Development Tools-3-

3 Demand analysis-3-

3.1 Functional requirements-3-

3.2 Non-functional requirements-3-

3.3 Operating environment-4-

3.4 Important system flow chart 5

3.4.1 User registration process 5

3.4.2 User login process 5

3.4.3 User management process 6

3.4.4 Process of adding seat information 7

3.4.5 Seat information query process 7

4 System analysis 9

4.1 Technical route 9

4.2 Feasibility analysis 9

4.2.1 Technical feasibility 9

4.2.2 Economic feasibility 9

4.2.3 Operational feasibility 9

4.3 Analysis of functional modules 10

4.4 Database Design 10

4.4.1 Data item description 10

4.4.2 Introduction to Data Sheet 11

5 System coding implementation 12

5.1 App design 12

5.1.1 User registration 12

5.1.2 User login 12

5.1.3 App main interface 13

5.1.4 Seat reservation 14

5.1.5 Release seat 15

5.2 Server design 15

5.2.1 Administrator login 15

5.2.2 Seat Management 16

5.2.3 User Management 16

6 System test 17

6.1 Significance of the test 17

6.2 Test Case 17

Concluding remarks 18

Reference 18

Thanks 20