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Web Application Testing with Mocked Data
Bruckner, Tomáš ; Lichtner, Ondrej (referee) ; Pluskal, Jan (advisor)
This work deals with creating and providing mocked data for applications that use REST interface to communicate between the client and server parts. From the various implementations of the REST interface, the work focuses only on OData standard. The project itself is mainly for SAP company. Naturally, even the libraries that are used in the final solution are from SAP. Primaly JavaScript framework SAPUI5 is used. The merit of this work is a library that facilitates the development of the client side of web applications. It fully supports CRUD operations over OData calls. Compared to other libraries creating mocked data that always return the same static data, this one simulates the behavior of the real server. So, when DELETE method is called for a specific entity, the given entity is deleted. This functionality is enabled by the client-side database created directly in the web browser, which corresponds to the database on the server side. A similar library for OData protocol does not exist, so it is a unique solution. The solution is verified using prepared web application.
Functional languages compiled to JavaScript in practice
Mladý, Lukáš ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kosek, Jiří (referee)
The thesis focuses on functional principles applied in front-end application development. The main goal is to analyze applicability of functional language Elm in practice, in comparison to contemporary JavaScript that builds on React and Redux libraries. The goal was attained through analysis and comparison of JavaScript and Elm in regards to their architecture and support of real-life front-end application development. Main contribution of this thesis lies in comprehensive analysis and overview of front-end development using JavaScript and Elm. It offers strong argument for using Elm in practice today. It also fills a gap in BroadcastChannel API support in Elm using a dedicated package. The text of this thesis begins with a functional principles support analysis in JavaScript. Next, it describes the most used functional languages compiled to JavaScript, including their applicability by JavaScript developers. Then it compares front-end architecture of both JavaScript and Elm followed by a real-life development experience analysis. The thesis concludes with a practical implementation of a package that fills in for missing BroadcastChannel API support in Elm.
Analýza Unity3D Asset Store. Uvedení produktu, taktiky pro maximalizaci tržeb
Korchun, Denis ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Šebesta, Michal (referee)
This thesis focuses on several topics. The first one is a description of Unity3D and its official marketplace - Asset Store, including reasons why the market is attractive for publishers. The second one aims at customers - their motivation for visiting the store and performing purchases. Also, it contains a brief analysis of Asset Store products value for customers based on game developer experience with using several products on a project. The third topic covers development of our own product over time, containing information on wide range of activities like competitors monitoring and analysis, as well as important decisions on further development taken. A path from a poorly performing product to the one of the most popular in a category is described. The last topic is focused on searching for additional ways to maximize publisher income from Asset Store. The aim of this work is to provide practical information on topics described above from two different, yet closely related point of views of both customer and publisher.
Mapping of ICT processes towards global standards as a basis for process optimization
Nekula, Petr ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Bruckner, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis deals with an interesting issue of mapping the ICT processes toward global standards in order to create a basis for process optimization. The author aims to research this subject in its complex range from both theoretical and practical points of view. Theoretical background of the final thesis initiates with a thorough research of all available resources on the topic of the process mapping and description of selected global standards for ICT process management together with their process models. Subsequently the most crucial supporting disciplines used for process mapping are also described. In the following section, the author provides a full description of process mapping proposal, the phases of which correspond with a PDCA lifecycle, all the above mentioned facilitating to enable a long-term continual process improvement. The whole process is being described in details, taking a closer look at each individual activity. Special consideration is taken to the procedure of selection of standards and goals for mapping and reflecting business environment. Practical part of author's thesis covers actual mapping in a selected company as to provide confirmation and verification of the proposed procedure. The field mapping in the company is performed using COBIT 5 and ISO/IEC 20000 standards. The mapping results are then evaluated and reached outcomes are displayed by using the prepared templates. Author's conclusion covers a range of gained knowledge from the implementation of mapping. Finally a set of proposals for using the mapping results in practice is provided. The thesis provides a comprehensive guide to the implementation of mapping of ICT processes towards global standards as a basis for process optimization. A significant benefit is the verification of theoretical procedure in a real business environment and its overall focus on practical applicability. The document may be used by both ICT professionals for their own mapping projects or by the members of academia for further research in the given field.
Process Optimization of the Czech Branch of the International Company
Polák, Jiří ; Chlapek, Dušan (advisor) ; Bruckner, Tomáš (referee)
The process management is the main topic of this thesis. In the beginning there is a description of the expressions related to the process management and improving of the company processes. The thesis is mostly oriented on the methodology of the potential of the process improvement. Anyway there are other methods and methodologies described in the thesis because they can be useful in further process improving. The second part is all about processes of small company. This company is introduced to the reader. There is description of the strategic goals and organizational structure. Next chapter describes process areas of the company. The priority and owners are connected to the areas. The chosen areas are described more in details and key activities are defined. The monitoring of the key activities of the most important process area resulted into analysis of the benefits of achieving the target state. In the last part there is description of activities and projects that shall remove the limits for achieving the goal. For all projects there is suggested implementation plan.
Rating of IT services through analysis of unstructured data
Kovykov, Maxim ; Vencovský, Filip (advisor) ; Bruckner, Tomáš (referee)
The main topic of this thesis is text mining and rating of services through summarization of unstructured text. The main goal is to describe a method for service rating. The method will be based on previous research. Described method will then be applied to real data. Another goal is to provide description of a toolset, necessary to fulfill set goals. This toolset will then be used to implement described method. The main contribution of this thesis is the implementation and application of the method on real data. The thesis is split into two parts: theory and practical application. Outputs of the practical applicaton are provided as an appendix.
Comparison of project managements tools for agile development
Zanikov, Melikset ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Varga, Juraj (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to compare three agile project managemt tools based on criteria that reflects user requirements for agile project management tools. In order to achieve the aim of the thesis, requirements are collected from foreign literature. To estimate weights of each criteria is used survey. Each of the tools is evaluated based on defined criteria and then are compared using the multi-criterion decision method. The best results perfoms tool Microsoft TFS 2017 with value 73,46%.
Risk management methods within the banking institution's test environment
Mádl, Jiří ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Mandera, Petr (referee)
In the presented bachelor thesis I focus on methods of risk management within the hypothetical banking institution's test environment. Risk management includes data anonymization and the creation of the test environment to offer the most faithful copy of the production environment. In the theoretical part I deal with the theory of data anonymization, the legislative framework of the Czech Republic and the European Union, the theory of testing and define the theoretical production environment of a hypothetical banking institution that is based on the real environment of ČSOB Leasing a.s.. I subsequently propose and analyze possible solutions to create a test environment. The aim of this analysis is to choose the most appropriate way of creating a test environment, which is applied in a practical part to a hypothetical environment. The practical part is also devoted to the governance of the proposed process.
Implementation of a 3D printer into a small business
Kodejšová, Jana ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Novotný, Ota (referee)
This thesis deals with the implementation of a 3D printer into a small business. The theoret-ical part deals with technology of 3D printing, types of 3D printers, as well as basic materi-als suitable for 3D printing. The practical part is devoted to the purchasing of a 3D printer for this company that deals with the service and the supply of bicycles and other cycling needs. There is chosen the most suitable 3D printer for this business, and there are also ex-amples of specific parts that this business could print. All work ends with an evaluation of the investment in the 3D printer, checking whether the acquisition of this company will pay off.
Stahování smluv z registru smluv
Kříha, Jakub ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Šperková, Lucie (referee)
The topic of this bachelor's thesis is development of a script for downloading and filtering entries from public registry of contracts of Ministry of the interior of the Czech Republic. This thesis is part of a project to create price-list of ICT work for state institutions. The goals of this thesis include introduction of the price-list project, draft of download script's functionality, description of follow-up data processing, trying out two different programming languages of the script and final deployment of chosen script in production. My thesis contributes to creation of price-list of ICT work, which is important for evaluating offers in open tenders.

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