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Title: Website Design and Implementation for Kampala International University Muslim Students’ Association Using Macromedia Dreamweaver, PHP & MYSQL: A Case Study of Kampala International University
Authors: Majaliwa, Aklan M.
Swaleh, Murad
Keywords: Website Design and Implementation
Muslim Students’ Association Using Macromedia Dreamweaver, PHP & MYSQ
Issue Date: Nov-2008
Publisher: Kampala International University, bachelor's degree of computer science
Abstract: Kampala International University Muslim Students Association (KTIJMSA) was initiated in 2001 almost immediately once Kampala International University was established. The major aim was to form an umbrella organization that would provide a forum for expressing interests of the Muslims studying in Kampala International University and hence enhancing unity and upholding Islamic teaching among the students. This research sought out to design a system for KIUMSA to computerize the manual based system currently in place. The system will be able to register members online and provide information to members about what is currently happening in the association. This system will also include Islamic articles and multimedia that members can download. The research used System development Life Cycle to conduct the research. Data collection was done through interview and questionnaire, the data was analyzed to come up with the required information to develop the system. The research used PHP and Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 to design the interface and MySQL to design the database. The research came up with a web site which has been implemented online for KIUMSA
Description: A Research Project Submitted To The School Of Computer Studies In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirement For The Award Of The Bachelors Degree Of Computer Science Of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Computer Science with Education

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