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Research and Realization of the Background of Freelancer System


  • Tong Nian

    (Udutech Inc., Shijiazhuang, China)

  • Liu Ye

    (LiaoNing Technical University, Huludao, China)

  • Wang Yuhan

    (Southeast University, Nanjing, China)

  • Gao Tao

    (Udutech Inc., Shijiazhuang, China)

  • Chen JiaHui

    (International College, Beijing, China)


With the popularity of the network and the popularity of computer office, the network to bring a lot of convenience, the traditional work in the network environment has undergone great changes, more and more people to join the ranks of freelancers. So freelancer system came into being, which is based on web pages, no dedicated client can provide services for users, users publish work information and access work becomes more convenient, and they can communicate accordingly, the system administrator to manage the release of job information, then to form a stable and convenient exchange of freelance trading system. It is welcomed by many users for its ease to use which based on web and B / S architecture and developed through the most popular SSH framework. This paper introduces the development of web-based freelance system, including the use of SSH framework, MYSQL database, Eclipse development environment, the feasibility analysis of the project needs analysis as well as the detailed realization of the relevant research on Witkey website.

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  • Tong Nian & Liu Ye & Wang Yuhan & Gao Tao & Chen JiaHui, 2016. "Research and Realization of the Background of Freelancer System," International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAPUC), IGI Global, vol. 8(4), pages 1-20, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:igg:japuc0:v:8:y:2016:i:4:p:1-20

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