In this course, we use bootstrap modals to display sign up and login forms to enrich users experience. We use html, css, bootstrap library, jquery plugin, php and mysql.
Create a database for our project and also create a connection between project and database
Add bootstrap navbar to index page
Add css styles to navbar links
Brief description about bootstrap modal
The form for sign up is added to the sign up modal
Form fields validation for sign up form using jquery
Displaying the validation errors on the modal using bootstrap alert
Use ajax method to send request to php script
Add modal for sign up form
Script to insert data into mysql database
Sign up a new user and add data to database
Add css styles to sign up modal
Add login form modal
Validate login form fields with jquery
Php script to select user data from database
Login a user and redirect to homepage
In the lecture, we clear the validation errors when modal is closed
Display error message for failed login
Add font awesome user icon to modal
Display all user data in the database in a table on the index page
Create single modal for sign up and login forms
Add bootstrap tabs to modal to show sign up and login forms
Add css styles to modal
Add form validations with jquery
Add php script for sign up and login forms
Add table on index page to display user data
Functionality to delete user from database
Hi, i am Uzochukwu Eddie Odozi. I am a software developer who has interest in web and game development. I have a bachelors in Mathematics and an M.Sc. in Computer Engineering from Tallinn University of Technology.
I enjoy working with php, mysql, Jquery, C# as well as nodejs. I enjoying coding a lot.
I have had many success and failures in web development and all those has contributed to where I am today.