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Really Quick Books 2005

Really Quick Books 2005 [Daily Leash]

Technologies:
SQL, ASP, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML

Challenge:
Long before Quicken or QuickBooks was available online and wireless was everywhere, my wife had a need work remotely from either her work PC, or a public PC. With a number of computers in the mix, having local installations made no sense. And worse, not being able to pull up customer account info while on the road was a business killer.

So I began to make it possible for her to do transactions, via a web page, that would export a QXF file at the day’s end that could be used with her local version.

Solution:
• Create a UI that looked exactly like Quicken.
• Create a database to accommodate payees, transactions, categories and the various other required data.
• Create a graphical toolbar to keep a similar experience to using the local version.
• Create similar reports such as P&L, balance and searched transactions.

Now that Quicken and QuickBooks is online, we use that.

Project Involvement:
100%
 

 
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