Project: Simple Scheduling System in PHP with source code
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The Admin has full control of the system, all the functions are to be performed from Admin panel. Here, the admin can set different schedules easily. In order to set schedules, the user has to select Faculty, Course, Subject, Room, enter start and end time. The user has to insert details on each and every module. While adding subjects the user has to provide subject code with a description. The user should provide Faculty name and Designation in order to add Faculty. Adding a course is also similar to adding subjects which can be done by providing Course code and course name. Also, the user just has to provide a room number and enter starting time, ending time to add Room details and time.
From the list menu in the navigation bar, a user can view all the available records which contain the list of faculties, courses, subjects, room, and class time with its all detail. Here the user can also remove the records if needed. All the schedules are shown in the Schedule tab which displays Faculty with course, subject, room, start time, and end time. But the schedule can not be edited once it’s set. This project mainly focuses on CRUD functions. Design of this project is pretty simple so that the user won’t find any difficulties while working on it. Simple Scheduling System in PHP helps in easy management of various schedules within a short period of time. To run this project you must have installed virtual server i.e XAMPP on your PC (for Windows). Simple Scheduling System in PHP with source code is free to download, Use for educational purposes only! For the project demo, have a look at the image slider below.
- Set Schedule
- Manage Subject, Faculty, Course, and Room
- Set Starting and Ending Time
- View all lists
- View Schedule
How To Run??
After Starting Apache and MySQL in XAMPP, follow the following steps
1st Step: Extract file
2nd Step: Copy the main project folder
3rd Step: Paste in xampp/htdocs/
Now Connecting Database
4th Step: Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/phpmyadmin/”
5th Step: Then, click on the databases tab
6th Step: Create a database naming “insertion” and then click on the import tab
7th Step: Click on browse file and select “insertion.sql” file which is inside “DATABASE” folder
8th Step: Click on go.
After Creating Database,
9th Step: Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/schedulingsystem/”
Insert the username and password which is provided inside the “Readme.txt” file.