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ASP.net Student Project.

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I am looking for some reasonable student asp.net project with their project report.
I have fair understanding of programming and asp.net but I have only max 20-30 days to submit my project. I got sick for last few months and still not feeling well therefore I was not able to complete my project accordingly. Any pointer or information will really appreciated.
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Some pretty easy things to create in not much time, but which you can easily build up with lots of tricks and neat things to impress the teachers are:
- Webshop (Easy to make and easy to expand)
- Wikipedia (You can make very dynamic stuff for this)
- Chat client (MSN, IRC etc.., enough protocols to give it a web implementation)

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Do you mean ecomerce website for webshop. Can you give some further incite information on webshop and wekipedia. Also any pointers to those examples are highly appreciated. Thanks in adv
www.play.com / www.amazon.com for example  for a webshop :)
www.wikipedia.org for a wiki.

Both require a very easy to make database, but you can make very nice stuff around it with postbacks, javascript etc without too much work and it still will look like you have done a lot of work.

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hmmm... :(

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any other advice please with solid examples
Well , I think so, you will do use a Starter Kits for create a complete system in little time.


http://www.asp.net/default.aspx?tabindex=5&tabid=41

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Ok . guys . i think i have to take some courge and start doing applicaton on my own. Regardless of end result :(. As usuall there is no short cut for me. Thanks pbocanegra for pointing me starter kits but i tried yesterday some of those kits and i was getting error in installtion. But i think i can get lots of idea from those code atleast.

I m thinking to make web basae "help desk " what you guys recomend visuall studio 2003 or visuall studio 2005 for this application. I never worked in visual studio 2005. Is vs2005 realy make things lot easer then 2003?. Any tips realy appreaceated.

Thanks
Now, I'm  working in VB.Net 2003. But, in my house, I start with VB.NET 2005. With both, some similar , but in Studio 2005, there are more wizards. For students have a Visual Studio 2005 Express Edition, free.  I think, that for a student is better create a windows desktop aplication than Web application.

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yes you are rite for student windows desktop application is easier then web application. Just before start coding. Input required from you guys.

see this book

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0764584456/qid=1143492320/sr=2-1/ref=pd_bbs_b_2_1/104-6769448-6881526?s=books&v=glance&n=283155 

its chapter 11 about some demo CRM and its code is available on this web site
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTitle/productCd-0764584456,descCd-download_code.html

But this is relatively very small application consisting of only on table. What other easy functionality we able to add.


Also what about this book.

http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTitle/productCd-0471749516.html

it is consist of purly application but draw back is its in vb.net and i have no idea of vb.net. I am lot comfertable in C#



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