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1 Software Requirements Specification For Real Estate Web Site Brent Cross 7 February 2011 Page 1

2 Table of Contents 1. Introduction Purpose Scope Definitions, Acronyms, and Abbreviations References Overview Overall Description Product Perspective User Interfaces Software Interfaces Communications Interfaces Product Functions Personas Constraints Assumptions and Dependencies Specific Requirements Functional Requirements Quality Requirements User Interface Requirements Logical Database Requirements Use Cases...17 Page 2

3 1. Introduction 1.1. Purpose The purpose of this Software Requirements Documentation is to provide high-level and detailed descriptions of the Real Estate Web Site. This Software Requirements Documentation will provide quantifiable requirements of the web site for use by the designer and the users of the Real Estate Web Site Scope The Real Estate Web Site shall provide my client (an actual realtor) the ability to showcase and manage their property listings while allowing potential clients a concise and structured way of searching properties. The web site will be set up in a way the realtor will have total administrative rights to their listings. This web site will be developed for one realtor, but will be able to accommodate the needs of any realtor in the real estate career Acronyms, Abbreviations, and Definitions HTML Hypertext Markup Language: It is the predominant markup language for web pages. It is the basic building-blocks of web pages. A markup language is a set of markup tags, and HTML uses markup tags to describe web pages. It provides a means to create structured documents by denoting structural semantics for text such as headings, paragraphs, lists etc., as well as for links, quotes, and other items. The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), maintainer of both HTML and CSS standards, encourages the use of CSS over explicit presentational markup.[3] CSS Cascading Style Sheet: A style sheet, known as CSS, language used to describe the presentation semantics of document written in a markup language. One of its most common applications is to style web pages written in HTML and XHTML, but the language can be applied to any kind of XML document, including SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) and XUL (XML User Interface Language). CSS is designed primarily to enable the separation of document content from document presentation, Page 3

4 including elements such as the layout, colors, and fonts. This separation can improve content accessibility, provide more flexibility and control in the specification of presentation characteristics, enable multiple pages to share formatting, and reduce complexity and repetition in the structural content. The CSS specifications are maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).[2] PHP PHP Hypertext Processor: It was originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in A widely used general-purpose server-side scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It generally runs on a web server, taking PHP code as its input and creating HTML as output.[1] AJAX Asynchronous JavaScript and XML: Like DHTML and LAMP, Ajax is not one technology, but a group of technologies. Ajax uses a combination of HTML and CSS to mark up and style information. The DOM is accessed with JavaScript to dynamically display, and to allow the user to interact with the information presented. JavaScript and the XMLHttpRequest object provide a method for exchanging data asynchronously between browser and server to avoid full page reloads. A group of interrelated web development methods used on the client-side to create interactive web applications. With Ajax, web applications can retrieve data from the server asynchronously in the background without interfering with the display and behavior of the existing page. Data is usually retrieved using the XMLHttpRequest object. Despite the name, the use of XML is not needed, and the requests need not be asynchronous.[6] MySQL My Structured Query Language: A relational database management system (RDBMS) that runs as a server providing multi-user access to number of databases. It is consider the world s most popular open sources database.[4] JavaScript: An object-oriented scripting language used to enable programmatic access to objects within both the client application and other applications. It is primarily used in the form of client-side JavaScript, implemented as an Page 4

5 integrated component of the web browser, allowing the development of enhanced user interfaces and dynamic web sites. JavaScript is a dialect of the ECMAScript standard and is characterized as dynamic, weakly typed, prototypebased language with first-class functions. JavaScript was influenced by many languages and was designed to look like Java, but to be easier for the non-programmers to work with.[5] 1.4. References 1 - PHP a. PHP. Various Contributors. 7 February Wikipedia. 7 February 2011 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/php>. 2 - Cascading Style Sheets a. Cascading Style Sheets. Ed. Bert Bos February. W3.org 17 February 2010 <http://www.w3.org/style/css/>. b. Cascading Style Sheets. Various Contributors. 7 February Wikipedia. 7 February 2011 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/cascading_style_she ets>. 3 - HTML a. HTML. Various Contributors. 7 February Wikipedia. 7 February 2011 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/html>. b. HTML Tutorial. Refsnes Data. 7 February w3schools.com. 7 February 2011 <http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp>. 4 - MySQL a. MySQL. Various Contributors. 7 February Wikipedia. 7 February 2011 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/mysql>. 5 - JavaScript a. JavaScript. Various Contributors. 7 February Wikipedia. 7 February 2011 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/javascript>. b. JavaScript.com The Definitive JavaScript Resources. QuinStreet Inc. 7 February javascript.com. 7 February 2011 <http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp>. Page 5

6 6 AJAX a. AJAX. Various Contributors. 7 February Wikipedia. 7 February 2011 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ajax_(programming)> Overview The main purpose of this site is to serve as a web presence for the realtor s properties. The realtor will serve as the administrator for this site with the ability to create, modify, or delete listings. Once all administrative tasks are in place, potential clients can interact with the site via Twitter or Facebook. Also, detailed and specific search capabilities will be available. 2. Overall Description 2.1. Product Perspective The Real Estate web site will serve two areas: potential clients and realtors. It will utilize the scripting language PHP and the relational database MySQL while being hosted on a Linux web server. Since this system will be a web-based application/site, a proper Internet browser such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc. will be needed for viewing and interacting with its contents User Interfaces The web site will include user interfaces both for the potential client and the owner/administrator for the site. There will be proper validation on each user interface page providing appropriate messages if any information is incorrectly entered. Each page of the web site will include a header and footer page to help keep the look and feel consistent throughout the web site. The header will include the realtor s logo, navigation bar, and agent control panel. The agent control panel will provide the user the opportunity to enter their existing password and username for logging into their profile. The footer will contain copyright information and a sitemap. Homepage: The Homepage will display featured property listings, have quick search, and other various links such as Listing Alerts, Contact Us, Site Map that will provide the user Page 6

7 with more relevant type of real estate information. There will be an Agent Control Panel link allowing the realtor to login to their control panel. Search Listings: The Search Listings page will allow the user to perform a detailed search of any available properties within the web site. Some of the search features will include listing type, bathrooms, bedrooms, price range, and location, among many others. Agent Control Panel Login: The Administration Login page will allow the realtor to login into the administrative area for creating, modifying, and deleting listings. The realtor must provide a valid username and password. If the realtor forgets their password, there will be a password reminder link that will take them to the password reminder page. Once on the password reminder page, the realtor enters the address they registered to use with the Real Estate web site. Password Reminder: The Password Reminder page will be linked out of the login page. It will allow the user to enter the address they registered to use with the Real Estate web site. The user will then receive an containing their username and password they used during registration. Register: On the full featured version of this web site, the Registration page will allow more realtors to create an account on the site. This page will collect information such as First Name, Last Name, Company Name, Description, Location, Address, Username, Password, etc. There are some required fields such as Username, Password and others. Once the realtor completes the registration and their registration is confirmed, the realtor is logged in and their Control Panel page is shown. Contact Us: Page 7

8 The Contact Us page will provide the user the means to send an to the web site s administrator. The user will be required to enter First Name, Last Name, Address, Phone Number, , Message, and a Security Code. In order to contact the Realtor, there is an Agent s Profile section that the user can send a message to the selected realtor. Agent s Profile: The Agent s Profile page will display the realtor s Name, Company Name, Description, Address, Phone Number, Fax, Mobile Phone, and Agent s Listings. The user can send a message to that agent/realtor from this page too. Administrator (Realtor): The Administration page will display the entire tasks associated with actions the realtor can perform such as adding, editing, or deleting listings, changing their contact information (Name, Company, Phone, etc.) Add Listing: The Add Listing page will allow the realtor to add images, listing type, status, MLS, Property Type, Style, Description, and various other features such as lot size, bathrooms, bedrooms, location, address, year built, appliances included, price, etc. There will also be a calendar to set up showings or open houses. After the required fields and optional fields are entered, the realtor will hit the submit button to add that listing. Any required fields not filled will require information before proceeding. Listings Display: The Listings Display page will allow the potential client the option to view all the detail information that listing has available. The user can view the text, Google map location and any photos of the listing. Also, the user can send a message to the agent of that particular listing using the send message button. An availability calendar will also be available so the user can view any open houses. Page 8

9 Software Interfaces Hosting Service: Source: This hosting service will serve as the hosting of the MySQL relational database and the web site PHP and HTML web pages. The hosting service will have the necessary software requirements to run MySQL and PHP code. MySQL Database: Specification Number: 5.0 Source: This relational database will serve as the backbone of the Real Estate web site. It will allow the realtor s information to be captured, stored and then displayed in various forms to each user who visits the web site. The MySQLi module will be utilized through an object-oriented approach in order to successfully access and modify database tables using MySQL. PHP Hypertext Processor: Specification Number: 5.2 Source: PHP will interface and interact with the MySQL database to retrieve and process data to provide dynamic data to the users in the form of a XHTML document on the web page displayed by a compatible browser. An object-oriented approach will be taken to allow for code portability, reusability, and maintainability Communications Interfaces Mozilla Firefox: Specification Number: Source: Mozilla Firefox is a free and open source web browser that will interpret the XHTML markup the PHP parser produces and apply the necessary styles as defined in the various CSS pages to create the overall look and feel of the web site. Internet Explorer: Specification Number: 8.0 Page 9

10 Source: Internet Explorer is a web browser that will interpret the XHTML markup the PHP parser produces and apply the necessary styles as defined in the various CSS pages to create the overall look and feel of the web site Product Functions The agent/realtor and potential client must be able to utilize the Real Estate web site in the most efficient way possible with the given design and in regards with standardized web flow. The users need to be guided with easy to use web pages that are presented in a way that can accommodate even the novice user but all the while have the features that experienced users can take advantage of such as specific detailed searches. Each page will be neatly arranged and displayed in an easy to understand design Personas Potential Client: Customer: Casually browsing properties. Description: User has started to search properties to get a feel for the market on properties. This user is looking for general real estate information. Specific search options are not needed at this time. Most of the information this user will be mentally marked for later. This type of client could be considered a hot lead. The agent/realtor will have to wait at this point in the game since they are just browsing. Customer: Novice browser. Description: This user has stumbled upon the real estate web site not really knowing what to look for in regards to the real estate market. The site needs to be designed in a way that will entice this user to spend more time or return as a repeat customer for the possibility making them a future lead. Customer: Specific browser. Description: This user knows exactly what they are looking for and all the specifics are already known. This is where a detailed specific search feature becomes very useful in helping this user find the properties they are looking at buying. Page 10

11 Administrator: Customer: Realtor Description: This user will need to know all the features the administration control panel is capable of handling. The tasks such as adding or modifying a listing need to be easy and to the point so the user can get their listings live Constraints MLS Number: Official MLS numbers will not be available for search but only the MLS numbers assigned to this site s listing agent. This feature will be an added feature later on. Design: The complete overall design will be the focus after all the program is running efficiently. There will be a design concept but the full design will implemented as time permits. Completion: The Real Estate web site must be complete by the end of April Assumptions and Dependencies User Competency: The user must have a basic knowledge of how to operate a computer and browse the Internet. Software: The Linux web-server the Real Estate web site is installed on will have the software installed that is specified in section of this SRS document. Communication: The web-browser the Real Estate web site is accessed from will be one specified in section of this SRS document. Page 11

12 Privileges: The administrator of the web-server the Real Estate web site is installed on will have sufficient privileges to upload images/files and administrative database access. Internet: The end user must have Internet access. High-speed Internet access is preferred but not required. 3. Specific Requirements 3. Specific Requirements 3.1. Functional Requirements Agent Control Panel: Information provided by the agent is verified by the information in the database and the determination made if the agent has the appropriate credentials to login to the web site. If so, the web site will direct the agent to their control panel. Password Reminder: Information provided by the agent is verified by the information in the database and the determination made if the user should receive an with their log on credentials. Register: Information provided by the user in the registration process is inserted into the database. View Recent Updated Listings: Information about agent s recent actions that have been edited through their control panel in the database are retrieved from the database and displayed to the user on the homepage and throughout the web site. View / Update Agent Contact Information: Page 12

13 Users contact information is retrieved from the database and displayed to the user. The edited contact information the user provides is saved in the database. View Listings Display Photos: Photos are retrieved from the database displayed to the user associated with the listing. User s listing photos are saved in the database along with information about the photo. Administrator Add Listing: Information about a property listing the realtor provided is saved in the database. Administrator Remove Listing: The realtor can remove any selected listing displayed in the agent s control panel. The selected listing is removed from the database. Administrator Edit Listing: A list of property listings is retrieved from the database and displayed to the realtor. Information about the listing is retrieved from the database and displayed to the realtor. Once modified, information about the listing is saved in the database. Administrator Featured Listings: The featured listings the realtor provided is saved and marked accordingly in the database. Administrator Create Calendar Availability: Information about an agent s calendar availability the realtor provided is saved in the database Quality Requirements Reliability: The Linux web-server should always be available no matter what time a user attempts to access the Real Page 13

14 Estate web site. Maintenance of 1 hour per six months is the maximum downtime the system should receive. The information processed by the Real Estate web site must be validated on the server-side before being processed in order to ensure user input is not malicious. There will be code in place to prevent invalid user input. The database should maintain data normalization by implementing a primary and foreign key system so that discrepancies do not occur within the data. Efficiency: Security: Search queries or page loads should be returned and formatted by the PHP parser in a timely fashion depending on the request being made. Agent s passwords will be encrypted within the database. Pages of the Real Estate web site must be access in the way they were intended to be accessed. Included files shall not be accessed outside of their parent file. Agents can only perform administrative task on pages they are privileged to access. Clients or casual users will not be allowed to access the agent control panel administrator areas. Maintainability: All PHP pages used by the Real Estate web site will be centrally located within the file structure so that any update will affect all areas where the modified code is called. Administrators will have the ability to edit the aspects of the Real Estate web site that directly relates to their account User Interface Requirements Home: User should be able to access and change user account information as well as logout with ease. Page 14

15 Register (on full featured version of software): New agents/realtors must have easy access to registration links and be able to place a listing upon first login. Login: The agent/realtor should be able to login to their account without having to scroll on the web page. User should be able to login within minutes of registering and upon initial login should be able to place listing. Password Reminder: Agent/Realtor should be able to retrieve access info via e- mail. Process should be quick and simple with minimal mouse clicks. Agent/Realtor Contact Information: The user must be able to access contact information about a specific agent in less than one minute once they arrive on the Real Estate web site. This process should take no more than three mouse clicks. If the user wishes to print contact information, this process should be completed in less than five minutes and take no more than two additional mouse clicks once the user is viewing the desired contact information. Availability Calendar: The user must be able to view the details of an open house showing event in less than one minute once they have visited the desired listing. This process should take no more than three mouse clicks. View Listing Photos: The user must be able to view a listing photo contained within a property listing in less than one minute once they have accessed the Real Estate web site. This process should take no more than two mouse clicks. Administrator: The administrator must be able to add a listing in less than five minutes once they have logged into the Real Page 15

16 Estate web site. This process should take no more than five mouse clicks. The administrator must be able to remove a listing in less than one minute once they have logged into the Real Estate web site. This process should take no more than three mouse clicks. The administrator must be able to edit the information and listings that appears on the home page. This process should take no more than five mouse clicks. The agent/realtor must be able to upload a property listing photo of their choice in less than two minutes once they have logged into their control panel on the Real Estate web site. The administrator must be able to remove a photo in less than one minute once they have logged into the Real Estate web site. This process should take no more than three mouse clicks in addition to each photo selected Logical Database Requirements Users: This table will store the accounts of registered users. The Users table will be created based on information such as username, password, and address. The users table will be referenced by the properties table among others. Once an agent provides a username the Real Estate web site will ensure that they are registered before the user is allowed to login. Each user will have a username, which should ideally be their actual name, perhaps split into first and last names. The user will also have a password. The user will also be required to enter a valid address. Galleries: This table will store the listing s photo(s). The agent will have the option to upload images for each listing. Each photo will be referenced to the properties table. There will be certain file types accepted such as jpg or jpeg files. Properties: The Properties table will store all the detailed information for the property listing such as the title, description, price, number of bathrooms, bedrooms, location, etc. Agents/Realtors will be referenced on each listing allowing the assigned agent the ability to access that properties information and edit as needed. Page 16

17 Password: The password field will be encrypted. A user must enter a valid password in order to login. The password will be stored in the Users table. Address: If a user forgets their login information they will be asked to provide their address. An automated will be generated with their information that is stored in the database the agent can then use to successfully login to the Real Estate web site. Access Level: Once a user s login information has been validated, they are assigned to their account only. This will ensure that agents can only create or modify pages of the Real Estate web site they are authorized to access Use Cases Register: Purpose: The register function allows an agent/realtor to register with the Real Estate web site so they can list properties. o Steps: The agent/realtor navigates to the Real Estate web site. The agent/realtor clicks the Register link on the top of the homepage. The agent/realtor enters the required information such as their first name, last name, password, password confirmation, E- Mail address, address confirmation, phone numbers, address, city, state, zip code, and among others. The agent/realtor clicks the Register button. Update Agent/Realtor Contact Information: Purpose: The update contact information function allows an agent to update the contact information they provided during the register process so that Page 17

18 other users will have access to the most current information for the user. o Steps: The agent/realtor navigates to the Real Estate web site. The agent/realtor enters their address and password. The agent/realtor clicks the Login button. The agent/realtor navigates to the control panel page. The agent/realtor scrolls down the page. The agent/realtor enters any changes. The agent/realtor clicks the Register button to update changes. Administrator Edit Listing: Purpose: The administrator edit listing function allows an administrator to make changes to the information associated with a listing. o Steps: The agent/realtor navigates to the Real Estate web site. The agent/realtor enters their address and password. The agent/realtor clicks the Login button. The administrator navigates to the control panel page. The administrator clicks the Edit Listings in the administrator control panel. The administrator selects the listing to edit. The administrator makes changes. The administrator clicks the Submit Listing button. Page 18

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