Dams of Wales

Dams of Wales

A collection of information and photos in relation to the various dams and reservoirs scattered across the Welsh countryside.

Not everyone cares for their presence, but the photos depict how beautiful the surrounding landscape is with the dams in place.

Map locations, photos, some information and history are provided for each of the dams. You can also comment and view what other people say about each dam.

Date created: 04/06/2012

Technologies used: PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, MySQL, and jQuery

People involved: Graham Griffiths

Click here to view this project in action.

The site allows users to report a missing pet, search for a missing pet and help owners find their pet.

A contact form is available for each pet stored - allowing users to contact the owner to inform them of the location of their pet.

E-mails are sent internally, no addresses are shown in the process.

A custom RSS feed is available and users were able to query pet info by texting the microchip ID, however the text service used has stopped working.

The site is aimed to be user friendly and is available in multiple languages, courtesy of Google Translator.

Pet Bulletin

Pet Bulletin

Technologies used: PHP, HTML, CSS, MySQL, and XML

People involved: Graham Griffiths

Twinz

Twinz

Information such as news, weather, location, description, local time and sunrise/sunset times are gathered from external sources.

The location of the town and or the twins are displayed using Google maps.

There is an XML configuration file in place for each town, this contains the twin data that allows the scripts to obtain the data.

Technologies used: PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and XML

People involved: Graham Griffiths, Luke Browning, and Andy Cartwright

It was designed to show schedule and fare information, and to be attractive so customers would enjoy using it.

Other features included a booking system that allowed customers to select a route, time and the desired number of passengers.

Along with the availability of a selected flight, allow customers to book seats, and then issue the customer with a booking reference.

A mySQL database is in place to record all the data.

WebAir

WebAir

Technologies used: Perl, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and MySQL

People involved: Graham Griffiths, Luke Browning, and Andy Cartwright