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PHP Class Scheduler

Posted 07 October 2012 - 10:48 PM

Hi. I've been working on a class scheduler for our university as part of our class.
I would just like to ask if PHP or any other framework is appropriate for this?
We aim to use Ext JS or HTML5 for the front end coding and PHP for the back end.
Can someone point me in the right direction?

The database looks like this. and business rules looks like this

Schedules[x] runs 30 minutes per row then it will be compiled to 2 or more to form 1 class schedule
The meta data are:
Class: Faculty in charge: Room: Time: Course:

I'm thinking of using greedy algorithm implemented in PHP. Will it be applicable???

Thanks in Advance :)

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Re: PHP Class Scheduler

Posted 08 October 2012 - 12:41 AM

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I would just like to ask if PHP or any other framework is appropriate for this?

First of all, PHP is not a framework. It is a server-side programming language. There are plenty of frameworks available for PHP, though.

To answer the question: Yes. PHP, as well as pretty much all other server-side languages, would be appropriate for this. You should pick whichever you prefer, or are most comfortable with.

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I'm thinking of using greedy algorithm implemented in PHP. Will it be applicable???

I'm not entirely sure what you mean by that, but if the logic for your algorithm works on paper, you should be able to implement it in PHP.
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