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Title: A website for event management system
Authors: Tang, Xiaoyu
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: With the development of economy and technology, the demand of event management has been on the rise in recent decades. Information and intelligence are exchanged on all kinds of events; corporations are reinforced in fields such as business, politics, and academia, which speeds up the development of the society. A convenient event management platform is needed to facilitate event organization. However, the information technology has achieved considerable progress since the end of the 19th century. The Internet is widely popularized via multiple devices, such as computer and mobile phone and the number of Internet users has been booming at an exponential rate. Consequently, a website would be useful. To develop the website, programming languages such as HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL were used in the project. Improvements had been made in both web design and function by those programming languages based on a data dissemination system. Responsive web design was implemented on the site. Basic functions were included on the website, such as creating, editing, deleting events and registration for event participants. In addition, a pie chart showing the percentages of the choices that participants made was implemented in the system. Event organizers could provide information about events while participants could register for events by using the website. And organizers can get an overview of the information of participants. However, improvement could still be made in further development on this project. More practical functions and design could be implemented on the website for a better user interface.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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