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  1. 1. Social networking site (@llyP@lly) Presented By Arvind Negi
  2. 2. Introduction• A social networking site is an online service, platform, that focuses on facilitating the building of social networks or social relations among people who, for example, share interests, activities, backgrounds, or real-life connections.• A social network service consists of a representation of each user (often a profile), his/her social links, and a variety of additional services. Most social network services are web-based and provide means for users to interact over the Internet, such as e- mail and instant messaging.• Social networking sites allow users to share ideas, activities, events, and interests within their individual networks.
  3. 3. Features and Benefits• Features and Benefits of Social Networking Site, Social Networking has become a popular trend in modern days.• A social networking site can be a good way to make connections with people with similar interests and goals.• We all need a network to keep in touch with people and to get to know more people. Well, but where is the time for us to go personally and visit everyone. Its all possible now, just through these social networking sites.• Social media participation has become an essential tool for networking with professional contacts, making new contacts, recruiting employees as well as keeping-in-touch with the world. Today, online networking websites provide an easy platform that lets you stay connected with the right people or group to explore your choice of opportunities.• This platform also provides an option for students to exchange notes on scripts, poets, content editing and customization among others. These social networking sites are offering them education potential.
  4. 4. Advantages and DisadvantagesAdvantages :• Finding Good People .• Free Business Promotion• Free or Low Cost Advertising.• Everything Is Public.Disadvantages :• Time Consuming.• Negative Publicity.• Fake users.• Nothing for return.
  5. 5. Background Information• Social networking began in 1978 with the Bulletin Board System (or BBS.) This was the 1st system exchanging information over phone lines and only one user could be logged in at a time.• Later in the year, the very first copies of web browsers were distributed using the bulletin board Usenet(BBU.) It allowed users to post news articles or posts.• Internet Relay Chat (IRC) 1988,first version of (messaging , limiting access to most people , file sharing)UNIX based .• Geocities was among the first social networking sites on the internet, launching its website in 1994.• In 1995, TheGlobe.com was launched,(user interact with peoples and publish their own content).• In 1995, SixDegrees.com(User create a profile and make friends).
  6. 6. • Friendster was the pioneer of social networking. In it’s first three months, the social networking website acquired 3 million users. (MySpace)• In the following years, other social networking websites like Classmates.com, LinkedIn, Orkut, Tribe.net.• Facebook.com was launched in 2004 with the intent to connect U.S. college students(Harvard College), In it’s first month, over half of the 19,500 students signed up. In 2008, Facebook surpassed MySpace as the leading social networking website.
  7. 7. Five principles of social Networking website analysis
  8. 8. User Requirements• To create a database to store the user’s details securely.• He/she will get user profile, user home page and chat window with video calling and online users.• He/she can update some images, videos and text and also send the message to others.• Option for changing his/her personal profile and account settings.• The user can add any other user to his/her friend list.
  9. 9. Tools Used• C# for coding and developing• SQL SERVER 2008 databases• Microsoft Visual Studio 2010• ASP.NET , HTML, Ajax, JavaScript for designing and developing.• Windows Operating System integration considering the desktop as well as IT professional
  10. 10. Hardware Requirements:-• Pentium-IV (Processor).• 256 MB Ram• 512 KB Cache Memory• Hard disk 10 GB• Microsoft Compatible 101 or more Key BoardSoftware Requirements: -• Operating System : Windows• Programming language: C#.NET• Web-Technology: ASP.NET• Back-End: SQL SERVER• Web Server: IIS
  11. 11. SNAPSHOT (Main page)
  12. 12. SNAPSHOT (Login or Sign Up)
  13. 13. SNAPSHOT (Fill details)
  14. 14. SNAPSHOT (Edit Profile)
  15. 15. SNAPSHOT (Profile page)
  16. 16. Thank you !
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