CricketClubManager.com is now live – Controlled Beta

It almost sounds like a cliche´ when I say I love programming and like to pay tremendous attention to details. My biggest solo web application (a cricket club management tool – CMS) went live this weekend… controlled Beta. I thought I would finish this project during Christmas break. Little did I realize how vast this application is and how much intricate the inner workings were going to be. But really happy I got it done!

Top 10 Features:

  1. User registration/sign in
  2. Player profile creation
  3. Player unavailability calendar
  4. Match Creation (this is the heart of the application)
  5. News Bulletin (shown on the home page)
  6. Adding/editing venues (match and practice)
  7. Adding/editing club teams
  8. Match selection mail-outs (done through an overnight CRON job)
  9. Match cancellation notifications (pushed immediately)
  10. Three access levels – user, admin, super user

Note: I am still working on the landing page (www.cricketclubmanager.com), but the sub-domain (the club I play for) is live http://ccc.cricketclubmanager.com/.

Here are some screenshots…

User Profile
User Profile
User Profile - Edit Mode
User Profile – Edit Mode
Club Details
Club Details – only the super user can modify the contents
Fee Payments
Fee Payments – allows you to set the number of installments and track payments
Members List - Admin Page
Members List – Only the super users can see this page
Club Teams
Club Teams – only editable by super users
Venues List
Venues List – editable by all admins irrespective of club. Wikipedia style.
Match Creation - screen 1 of 2
Match Creation – screen 1 of 2. Check for all conflicts.
Admin menu
Admin menu
Admin Match Scheduling Dashboard
Admin Match Scheduling Dashboard
Change Password Screen
Change Password Screen – this needs some work. Pretty empty at the moment.
Unavailability Calendar
When a players marks him/her as unavailable, they show as unavailable to team selectors.
Non-admin drop down menu
Non-admin drop down menu
Home screen
Home screen for users who have been given access to the club
Registration Form
Registration Form
Login Form
Login Form

 

 

One Reply to “CricketClubManager.com is now live – Controlled Beta”

  1. Congrats Kalyan!

    “I would finish this project during Christmas break.” — I’m sure it’s Christmas somewhere in the world 🙂

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