WEB-BASED INVENTORY AND POS SYSTEM IN PHP WITH SOURCE CODE

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Project: Web-based Inventory and POS System in PHP with source code

About Project

Concerning Project

Web-based catalog and POS systems are created using PHP, CSS, bootstrap, and JavaScript. Telling approximately the project, it provides an admin side from anywhere a user can manage work, shop stocks, results, etc. From there, he/she can control lists by giving its name, division, funds, barcode, etc. The Admin plays an important role in the administration of the system. In this project, the user has to work all the main parties from the Admin faction.

About System

In order to view the file, the user has to check by giving the barcode of the stock. Other features include shops, stock record, daily activities, transactions shop, shop reports. The user can also import record and transactions file smoothly. All the needed files of the system can also be transported to the users.

Talking about the admin board, the admin has full authority of the system. A user should complete all the main parties from the admin board. The project might not be performed but this might be useful for educational objectives. The admin essentially focuses on CRUD with search functionality for this simplistic system.

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The object of this project is tolerably simple so that the user won’t find any troubles while working on it. Web-based Record and POS System in PHP supports easy management of records and stocks. To control this project you necessity have installed virtual server i.e XAMPP on your PC (for Windows). Web-based Inventory and POS System in PHP with source code is free to download, Use for informative purposes only!

Features:

  1. Sign up
  2. Manage inventory
  3. Product shop
  4. Product record
  5. Transactions shop
  6. Import Inventory
  7. Import Transactions
How To Run??

Next Starting Apache and MySQL in XAMPP, follow the following steps

1st Step: Extract file

2nd Step: Copy the main project folder

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3rd Step: Paste in xampp/htdocs/

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Now Connecting Database

4th Step: Start a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/phpmyadmin/”

5th Step: Next, click on the databases tab

6th Step: Build a database naming “acpos” and next click on the import tab

7th Step: Click on browse file and choose “acpos.sql” file which is inside “DATABASE” folder

8th Step: Click on go.

After Creating Database,

9th Step: Start a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/pos_webased/”

Give the username and password which is given inside the “Readme.txt” file.

LOGIN DETAILS ARE Given IN “Readme.txt” FILE INSIDE THE PROJECT FOLDER
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