Thursday, October 06, 2005

Easy-Online-Schedule - Demo launched!


First it was writing several books - Linux for Home Computing, and then issue 4 of the Australian Linux Journal - that pushed the release back from August to September.

Then it was Ruby on Rails - the decision was made to abandon PHP as the backend architecture and switch to the Rails application framework - and so September was spent actually building a Rails application for a third party to gauge how realistic our expectations were of being able to re-build the entire system in Rails in a short amount of time (quite realistic it now seems).

Today, after months of delays, the live demo of the online scheduling system I've devoted the last year and a half to developing is finally open to the public.

If you have a school and would like to manage your teaching schedule online, and maybe even offer online booking to your students, then please drop into and give it a try.

Now the real fun begins - rebuilding the entire system from the ground up to join the ranks of Web 2.0 applications in the AJAX revolution.


income opportunity said...

Dear beet
Strange devices these computors are. I type in affilitiate program and Easy-Online-Schedule - Demo launched! shows up so here I am. This is my first time in a Blog and do not know the proper protocols so please excuse me if I do something wrong. It was fun to read posts by people from alll around the world and getting new ideas. Hi from Canada. Thank you for letting me onto your wonderful site.
Grampa J

Phiiiil said...

he he he Grampa J!?
hi beet
was just wondering if you still did this site, so here i am!

sounds good - must see soon.

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