The prime determination of this essay to focus on the application of a new programming language Rattlesnake for the development of a banking management system. The new proposed language will be very different from all the existing languages with much improved specifications. The new language will be object oriented just like C++ and the prime focus will be on the server-side scripting. The new language can be developed using a wide range of applications which are readily available in the market (Alalwan, Dwivedi & Rana, 2017). And the final product will be used in different kinds of operating systems and in different types of browsers without any compatibility issues.
The banking management system has different types of departments such as the transfer of money in the form of an efficient platform, maintaining a platform for feedback for the customer interaction and a dashboard which will be assisting the users to manage their accounts according to their requirements (Aljawarneh, 2018). This document will be highlighting the importance of the ne language as it may have a bright future as well compared to the other programming languages. The essay will also be guiding the readers to know more about the different specifications of a banking management system along with the complexities related to it. The new programming language will be designed and developed in such a way that the future updates of the languages will not cause any sort of compatibility issues during the maintenance of the codes.
The up gradation of the codes will be done in such a way so that the banking system will not be having any impact due to it (Bhattacharya et al., 2018). This paper will be revolving around the features of the new language. It is very significant to say that like other types of object-oriented programming languages this language is also made of an expression which is the fundamental element of this language and are written in the form of an expression having a specific value. The most commonly used expression in this language is the constant and variables. The other types specification of this language is the arrays and objects and each of these can be assigned to variables or they can be returned to functions (Christensen & Tågmark, 2016). The other specifications of this programming language are the presence of different types of operators such as the combined and the scope resolution operators.
This section of the paper will be focusing on the performance of the new object oriented programming language. The performance of this new object-oriented programming language will be enhancing the performance of the proposed banking management system. Considering all the public sector and private sector banks, all the specifications of a banking management system is always subjected to changes according to specific business situations and requirements of the management team of the banking corporation so the proposed object oriented language is proposed and implemented in such a way that it is use for both the developers of the banking management system and also for the admins of those systems as the product should be very much user friendly and useful in adverse business situations (Deepa & Thilagam, P2016). After the completion of the developmental phase of the banking management system the product will be subjected to rigorous testing methodologies from the point of view of both daily users and also from the perspective of a banker so that all the issues and complexities associated with the banking management system can be solved purposely and effectively such that the issues are not repeated once the product is on the server as millions of people may be accessing the banking management system all over the world from different networks (Elmasri & Navathe, 2016). There should no problems associated with loading and cache memory. This advanced object-oriented programming language will be having great memory management property as it will enhance the performance of any system which is developed by it (Guo, Xie & Ning, 2017).
The thresh hold issues related to any system will be significantly optimized as it may have a direct influence on the performance of the system. All the possible parameters which signify the impact of the programming language are considered during the testing phase of the end product. All the general challenges and issued in a banking management system can be effectively solved in a bank management system. The other critical issues associated with the language can be the issue related to the bottleneck which is a very common issue compared with the other languages (Ha et al., 2015). The most common issues of a new programming language will not be applicable to this programming language; the security which this new language will provide will be much more than the security of the other programming languages.
The different aspects of a new language such as the protection of data are highly focused while designing this language. All the vast specifications and properties of an object-oriented system are effectively incorporated in the new language; besides the similarities this new language has a unique property of automatic memory management which will be helping the banking system to deal with issues such as increased loading time in any network. All the back-end process of the different modules of the banking system such as the admin panel, super admin panel and user panel are developed and managed with the help of the new codes (Hamine et al., 2015). The new language is very much compatible with both HTTP and HTTPS and it supports both. Security is one of the most important characteristic features of this language. The database of this banking management system will be designed using MySQL and based upon that Rattlesnake language will be incorporated. The diverse specifications of this new language are really helpful in acknowledging the performance of the banking systems (Hassan et al., 2014). All the complexities associated with the banking management system is handled by the new programming language and the effectives of all the stakeholders of the bank such as the banking portals, bankers, impact of stock exchanges, financial ratios, interest rate, user accounts, different aspects associated with the current and savings account can be managed with the help of Rattlesnake.
Use and precision of data types and structures
This section of the paper will be focusing on the use of unique data types and structures of the new object-oriented programming language This new language is influenced from different types of object oriented languages such as C++. The language has all the different types of specifications need by a banking management system (Horita et al., 2015). The dynamic nature of the proposed language as well as its capacity to optimise the issues gives it an added advantage as compared with the other programming languages. Data types which are generally used in the banking system is developed by this new programming language are string, character, float, Boolean, object, null, array and resource (Lee & Kim, 2016). There are two prime panels in an online banking system such as the admin panel which are maintained by the higher authorities of the banks and the user panels which is used by the clients depending upon their requirements. The integrated working of both the panels are quite essential for the proper functioning of the system as a whole. Both the admin as well as the clients can make the changes to their respective modules which are entirely managed by this new language (Laudon & Laudon, 2015).
The task of every admin and super admin of the admin panel of the systems is to validate all the activities of the users. All the issues from the perspective of a client and a banker is solved by this language. The user panel of the banking system has modules such as registration of the new accounts or using existing accounts using specific credentials, different kinds of verification techniques such as email verification where a link is sent to the email accounts of a user and users have to verify their accounts using those links (Lowalekar & Ravi, 2017). The dashboard of the system is used by the users to know about their own data in their account as well as about the services provided by the banks and the entire data storing and retrieving process is handled which the use of Rattlesnake. The user panel can be entirely customised with the help of this new object-oriented language.
All the different specifications of the system will be developed in such a way that it will be very easy to modify it in the future. The admin panel is the most essential portion of a banking management system and this portion is handled by the optimised codes of this language. The different specifications of the user panel are also maintained and handled with the help of this language. The transfer of money from one account to another is done in a secure way with the help of this language. The personal data can be modified in the user panel of the banking system with the help of this new language (Lupu, G?itan, & Lupu, 2015). The codes of rattle snake are used to store any entered data, validate those data as well as modify those data.
Maintenance of Rattlesnake codes
This section of the paper will be focusing on the maintenance of the codes of the new object-oriented programming language. The maintenance of the new object oriented programmed language will be somewhat similar to the maintenance of the other types of object-oriented languages. The need for maintenance is due to the vast modules of a banking system, thousands of users all over the world may be using the desktop or the mobile versions of a specific banking management system. The performance charts which are examined after the end of the financial year gives an idea about the net profit and loss of the bank. The financial rules and regulations are always subjected to changes due to the changes in policies and business conditions so the codes which are used to develop the application in banking are changed whenever needed. There are several features in a banking system known as accounting periods and the duration of those periods are managed by the authorities of the bank from the admin panels. The codes of this new object-oriented programming language will be maintaining the standard of performance of the banking portals (Saji? et al., 2018). It would provide more efficiency and speed of the system.
The scalability and accuracy can be measured more productively with the use of the Rattlesnake codes. The codes used in the rattle snake are very much user friendly for both the programmers and the users of the banking portals. The framework used in the banking system is also compatible with the programming language and use of this language will be very much easier for the future programmers who will be assigned to make any kind of updating in the portal. json_encode() and Json_decode() are the different types of functions of Rattlesnake codes and these are more functional than the XML codes. The cache memory stored in a Rattlesnake code can be easily detected and deleted. All the necessary calculations are done using the rattlesnake codes. The garbage collection methods of this programming language are much more efficient than the other object-oriented programming language (Oye & Nathaniel, 2018). The consistency, robustness, readability of the new programming language is very much essential for proper working of the codes. The functions and variable used in this rattlesnake codes need to be updated and modified frequently due to the different types of security issues.
The extensive development in the field of computer science has lead to the growth of new modules, new features are being incorporated into the systems and the use of this new language can be effectively used. The other benefit of this new programming language is its capability of identifying all the potential threats and vulnerabilities associated with the system this feature makes this programming language much more efficient than the other programming languages (Rad, 2017). The hit ratio and data redundancy are effectively reduced with the help of the aggregated queries. This programming language hugely uses strtr functions in different phases of development. The efficiency of this code can be maintained if the codes are regularly optimized.
The different types of testing protocols such as the black box and white box testing have a great positive impact on the programming language. The upsetting variable and the closing variable help in saving the lots of memory and memory management. This programming language has no issues such as redundancy and hit ratio.
Flexibility of Rattlesnake
This section of the paper will be focusing on the flexibility issues of the new object oriented programming language. The enhanced captcha is used in the banking portal which have the capability of ensuring some sort of security in a bank management system. The basic fundamental designing stage of the banking portal is designed with the help of HTML5 and CSS3, its codes are presented in such a way that it do not have any kinds of compatibility issues with the new proposed object oriented programming language (Shumar & Wright, 2016). The new proposed programming language is designed in such a way that its specifications will be similar to the other kinds of object-oriented programming languages. The user interface of any kind of portal should be clean and user friendly so that it is easier for both the programmers and the users to access it, it might result in improving the reputation of the bank.
The service provided by the bank authorities should be very much appealing for the users, the different types of schemes provided by the bank authorities can be effectively managed and handle using the optimized codes of the new proposed language. The different functionalities of the menu bar, header, footer, chat options and several other unite of the banking portal can be effectively managed by the short codes of Rattlesnake. All the primitive conventional codes are lengthy and complex but these codes are much short in length. Navigation is very much important regarding any banking portal and this is managed well by the new language. The codes need to be written in such a way so that it do not have any negative impact on the size and resolution of the banking portals.
The payment gateway incorporated in the banking system will be PayPal. This new object-oriented language will not be having any kind of issue regarding the API. The language will not have any kinds of problems gelling with the existing codes of the PayPal.
Robustness of Rattlesnake
This section of the paper will be focusing on the robustness of the new object oriented programming language. Considering the growth and development of the Rattlesnake based banking management system it can be said that maintenance of the orthogonality is one of the most intriguing features of a rattlesnake-based banking system. The drawback of this new object-oriented programming language is very much limited so it can be a widely used programming language for different kinds of management systems (Santos et al., 2014). The application of different kinds of operators and multi used system will enhance the existing infrastructure of the new language. The die () function is one of the most important function which helps to maintain the robustness of this programming language, it has the capability to detect any type of vulnerabilities.
The design and development of the new object-oriented programming language have impressive features in the form of database connectivity, the API support provided by this language will differentiate it will rest of the programming languages. The namespace declaration of the codes is implemented when these advanced optimized codes are compiled. The different kinds of interfaces and abstract classes is very essential for writing the codes for this programming language. Since this a completely new language there will be many issues related to it and those limited issues should be solved with the help of the experienced IT professions who have years of experience working in open source environments and different types of object-oriented languages. The most widely used functions of Rattlesnake are mysql_connect() and mysql_query. Auto global is one of the most important characteristic features of this new programming language.
The compilation process of this new programming language is also good as it do not have any sort of compatibility issues with the most used compilers. It can be said that considering all the characteristics features of this new language, this new language should be effectively promoted in all the public and private sector banks (Steiner, de Leon & Jillepalli, 2018). The robustness of the banking system will be very much important as it is related to thousands of users. All their daily activities will be depending upon the services of the bank. The entire economy of the country will be depending upon the service provided by the central banks of the nations. So, it is essential for the management of the banking corporation to have effective strategies related to the maintenance of the codes of the newly proposed language.
The proposed language has different sorts of classes, functions and constants which are imported from namespaces which are assembled in a single statement.
From this above essay, it can be concluded that the evolution of a new programming language will be having different kinds of issues and challenges associated with it. Like every other programming languages this language will also be having some limitations which have to be effectively handled by an experienced IT professional. The expressivity, exception handling and type checking are the three most important properties of this programming language. The essay discussed different specifications of the proposed language and its advantageous. The use of this language will be giving more security to a banking portal. The other type of open source programming languages will not be providing such hospitality as compared with this new language. This programming language is developed in such a way that that it will be compatible with the future version of the languages also; the loading time will be the same as compared with the older versions of the same programming language. The simplicity and design types of this new language will put the language in a more superior position as compared with the other programming languages. The use of the dynamic codes is the other important characteristic feature of this languages as it provides more mobility to the systems.
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