ABOUT THE eGATOR WEBSITE:

- I was the front end developer on a 5 team project from June 2016 - August 2016.

- The project had 5 milestones.


- Language Used: JavaScript, CSS, HTML, php

- Frameworks Used: mini framework, BootStrap

- Environments Used: XAMPP, phpMyAdmin, WampServer

- We used the GitLab repository and mySQL workbench

My Responsibilities:

- I was in charge of the frontend, and making sure everyone is following the UI/UX design.

- I came up with the UI/UX design and the storyboard.

- I did some peer code review.

- I wrote the code for the Wish List Page.

- I created the use cases.

- I was in charge of presenting the eGator website, which was part of the 5th Milestone.

- User is able to browse all the items for sale without logging in.

- In order to save an item in the Wish List, the user must be a registered SFSU student.

- A registered user has the ability to sell their items on eGator.

- The user is able to filter the items by either category, or price range.

- If the registered user wants to buy the item, the user can message the seller when he or she is ready to purchase the item.


SOME eGATOR CODE & DOCUMENTS

The following contains some screenshots of the code & documents that I wrote. If you would like to look at the screenshots of the eGator website, please click here.


MANAGE A REGISTERED ACCOUNT

This is a screenshot of some of the code that was used to manage a registered user's account. php was used to get information like the user's name, email, Wish List, etc. In this particular screenshot, I was told to remove the drop down feature.