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Analyse the risks of ad hoc programming in web development and develop a metrics of appropriate tools

Gubhaju, Manish; Al-Sherbaz, Ali;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Nov 2013
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Today the World Wide Web has become one of the most powerful tools for business promotion and social networking. As the use of websites and web applications to promote the businesses has increased drastically over the past few years, the complexity of managing them and protecting them from security threats has become a complicated task for the organizations. On the other hand, most of the web projects are at risk and less secure due to lack of quality programming. Although there are plenty of frameworks available for free in the market to improve the quality of programming, most of the programmers use ad hoc programming rather than using frameworks which could s...
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