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09-28-2011, 03:24 PM
Hey guys, I have to do some kind of project so the ppl at my school let me end it and I chose to make website/webapp. there has to be php or similiar programming language and It has to run on top of some DB, lets say mysql. However, I'm having tough time deciding what exactly should I write so I would really appreciate some advice on what kind of website/webapp should I choose if I want to make something original and complicated enough to pass the terms.
I have some experience with html, css, php, C++ and have time like 5 months to finish it so learning new language is not rly problem for me as long as it wont be something overly hard to learn.
Thanks for response in advice.
09-28-2011, 07:28 PM
Here is a few ideas...
Make a simple web services to load, keep, and show photos while integrating the database to store just the quick links... but this is only if you want to do something painfully simple.
Not complicated enough? Do something a tad extreme and build a small text based MMORPG. I did that and showed my teachers the code and as they looked over the 50 some odd sheets of paper (I was a poor coder at the time...) they were lost and overly impressed by my dedication and passed me with an A+. Just do something that you'd be passionate about and not afraid to lose sleep over. That is the point of getting into coding.
09-29-2011, 09:31 PM
Yea thanks, at last I ended up with video sharing portal that will run on MySQl Database, and support admin/user/guest rights, I'm not THAT good coder but I hope I can finish this by march .... I can't even create table for DB in phpMyAdmin cause of some stupid error so I understand it will be hard path for me :D
09-29-2011, 11:30 PM
Ahhh.... coding in that? I usually do all of my coding in C# and what not... hahah
Have you made sure that the database was already made before even entering a table? Or can't you open up a mysql command line and enter in what you need that way?
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