Technologies: FLASH, SQL
Online Customizable Powerpoint Like “Slideshow WebFlashApp”
The goal of this web based Flash App is allow visitors to create, save, email, and watch free slideshows with basic functionality using an introductory image/graphic set. There will also be a subscription version of the app that allows greater functionality such as exporting of slideshows, playing in full screen mode, uploading images and audio, image movements, and includes enhanced graphic sets, etc..
The greater functionality, such as uploading images and sound files, and exporting complete flash files necessitates that toggles are built into the system database that instructs the flash app whether these features are available or not. Many of the features toggles, that allow them to be turned on or off for a particular visitor, will be turned on or off based on account level: free, subscription, school (which has an admin/teacher approval over the accounts). There needs to be the ability to have several account levels.
The administration of the various toggles and account settings will be accomplished through an outside asp classic based webapp interface to the SQL database that operates the “Slideshow WebFlashApp.”
The building of the Administration Pages is not neccesarily a part of this project, those can be done at a later date, but the “Slideshow WebFlashApp” needs to be based on the settings and toggles/switches that are in the database.
We would request that the programmer(s) who accept this project would respect our religious beliefs and not work on the project from 1 hour before sundown Friday to atleast 1 hour after sundown on Saturday night. Thank you for you consideration.
The attached spreadsheet has the database tables that your flash app would potentially be working with. We are flexible if there are better ways of doing it, but I thought this would save you some time as well as let you know better of what we are looking for.
There was a formatting error in the first spreadsheet file, so I uploaded another one labeled at the end with ...formatting-corrected.xls
SQL 2000 or SQL 2005 on the back end would work best for us.