Project: Facebook News Feed Like using PHP/MySQLi
The Facebook News Feed Like is a PHP/MySQLi project that shows how to create a social networking news feed like Facebook. This system focuses only on the news feed of Facebook or the commonly called Facebook posts. The system also has a registration for the user account like Facebook but only stores limited information for this project. The UI or User Interface of this "Facebook news feed like" was based on the classic UI version and the modern UI of the Facebook web application. The posted feeds also allow the users to upload images/videos and displays in a grid-like on Facebook. The images and videos posted has also a modal viewer. The grid-style gallery post in this system limits only 4 images, videos, or combined file but same as the Facebook the grid shows a text to the last file displayed of the post if there are more uploaded file in a post is not being displayed and the uploaded file can be view or access by clicking in any images or videos in a post to open the viewer modal. The file uploaded post viewer modal has 2 sides of the panel which is one is for the images and videos uploaded slide field and the post details and comments to the other panel of the modal. This project allows only 2 options of the visibility type of the post which are the Public and "only me" options. The posts that are visible to the public will be displayed on the home news feed and the "only me" posts will be displayed on the user profile page. This Facebook newsfeed like project also has a like and comment feature for the posts.
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