Online Library Management System & Android Apps
Roy, Tarun Kumar
Mamun, Md. Lukullahil
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This report is all about library management system. This system is a web base application. Library is a place where all kind of knowledge available. This system contains list of the books, tutorial links, video links etc. All this can be accessed by the users. All users must be register users for accessed this management. There are many layer masonry of this system. Mainly this system or website can use register member or users. Users can search books .if the books are available in our website users can see this and read or download books. Users also write positive or negative comment on the books. They can also borrow and can see the last date for renew of borrower book. Our website suggest all kind of new books and user can see this. Admin can give accesses read the book edit can delete the book. When admin book added the-homepage news tab will be shown and a mail will be send user. So, this system can minimize the gap of user or student and library. And the users are also an important part of this system.
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