Simple Task Allocation System using PHP and SQLite Source Code Free Download


This simple project is entitled Task Allocation System. It is a simple web application that was mainly developed with PHP Language and SQLite database. The system's main purpose is to provide a certain company or organization with a platform to manage/allocate/assign their employees tasks. This mini-project has a pleasant user interface with the help of Bootstrap Framework. It consists of useful and user-friendly features and functionalities.

How does the Task Allocation System work?

The Task Allocation System has 3 types of system roles which are the Administrator, Manager, and Employee. Each of the roles consists of different permissions to the features and functionalities.

The Administrator users are in charge of managing the list of system users. They are the only ones who can approve, deny, and block user accounts. They can also update users' system's type or roles.

The Manager users are the ones that create the tasks and allocate or assign them to the employees. They can also update the list of tasks and update the details of tasks. This user can remove also the task item from the employees' task list.

The Employee users are the ones who will fulfill the task or work on the certain tasks assigned to them. They can mark the task details as started which means they already started the task. After their tasks are done, they can simply mark the task in the "For Review" state if status to allow the managers who assigned it to check their work and close the task.

Features and Functionalities

These are the following Features and Functionalities of this Task Allocation System:


  • Login Page
  • Home Page
  • Manage Users Account
    • Update User Status
    • Update User Type/Role
  • Logout


  • Login Page
  • Registration Page
  • Home Page (Summary)
  • Manage Task List
    • Add New Task
    • List All Tasks
    • Filter Tasks list by Date Range
    • Edit Task Details
    • View Task Details
    • Update Task Status
    • Delete Task Detail
  • Logout


  • Login Page
  • Registration Page
  • Home Page (Summary)
  • Manage Task List
    • List All Assigned Tasks
    • Filter Assigned Tasks list by Date Range
    • View Task Details
    • Update Task Status
  • Logout


Here are the images or snapshots of some page interfaces of the system.

Manager Home Page

Task Allocation System in PHP and SQLite

Employee Home Page

Task Allocation System in PHP and SQLite

Task List

Task Allocation System in PHP and SQLite

Task Details

Task Allocation System in PHP and SQLite

The Task Allocation System project source code is available on this website and it is free to download. Feel free to download and modify it the way you desire. Take note that this project was only developed for educational purposes only and not commercially.

How to Run


  • Download and Install any local web server such as XAMPP/WAMP.
  • Download the provided source code zip file. (download button is located below)


  1. Open your XAMPP/WAMP php.ini file and uncomment the sqlite3 extension. Then, save the file.
  2. Open your XAMPP/WAMP's Control Panel and start Apache.
  3. Extract the downloaded source code zip file.
  4. If you are using XAMPP, copy the extracted source code folder and paste it into the XAMPP's "htdocs" directory. And If you are using WAMP, paste it into the "www" directory.
  5. Browse the Task Allocation System in a browser. i.e. http://localhost/php-sqlite-task-allocation-system/.

Default Admin Access

Username: admin
Password: sourcecodester&123


That's it! I hope this Simple Task Allocation System using PHP and SQLite Source Code will help you with what you are looking for and that you'll find something useful for your current and future PHP Projects.

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Enjoy =)

Note: Due to the size or complexity of this submission, the author has submitted it as a .zip file to shorten your download time. After downloading it, you will need a program like Winzip to decompress it.

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