By Akilasri B
Simple Blood Donor Management System is developed using SQL and PHP where you can add new donor, update donor Information, find donor based on their location and delete the donor.
The Simple Blood Donor Management System aids in the management of all blood donor information. This will also serve as a hub for sharing best practices for reducing unnecessary blood consumption and assisting the state in improving blood supply efficiency and sufficiency.
The primary goal of this system's development is to deliver blood to those who are in need of it. Every day, the number of people in need of blood rises dramatically. The user can use this system to look up blood groups in the city and acquire the phone number of a donor who has the blood group he requires.
The CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) operation is used to create this simple system. It has the following features:
With this module, admins can register people who want to donate blood by providing basic information such as their first and last names, age, gender, blood group, location, phone number, and email address.
If a donor's information is incorrect, the administrator can change or modify it. They can quickly alter this information by selecting the edit option next to the donor.
This module allows the user to look for a donor based on their location. Then they'll find out who the donor is if they're in the same area. If there is no match, the message “No results found” will appear.
If a donor no longer wishes to provide blood or is ill, the administrator can easily remove their information from the system.
If you're planning to run this project locally, you'll need to install a server (like XAMPP, WAMPP, or something similar). I used the XAMPP server to demonstrate this. Download the project zip file to your computer and extract it to your ‘htdocs’ folder.
After you've started your server, navigate to http://localhost/phpmyadmin, choose the Import tab, and select the file ‘DonorDB.sql’ from the SQL folder, then hit Go. It will construct a database called ‘DonorSystem’ with a table called "user." Change your server username and password in the ‘config.php’ file in the ‘donorSystem’ folder of your project. After that, save your file.
After the database has been successfully created, open a new tab in your browser and go to http://localhost/donorSystem/public/. This will take you to our system's Dashboard. All of the above functions are now available to the administrator, who can easily manage the blood donors.
Submitted by Akilasri B (Akilasri)
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