Solid CRM core web application with MySql (Company Resource Management)

Solid CRM core web application with MySql (Company Resource Management)

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Solid CRM is web based application for company resource management ,its build in core with MySql Database. Using N-layered Onion architecture.

Note: I have develop this application for .net core developer who want to startup CRM , they may use my application, to they start his project from 70% .speed up your development, reduce time and cost, Because i have completed many thinks here, like full smart all tables CRUD, models,mapping,context,factory, n-layered architecture, Layout,settings, services,repository pattern, UI charts every thing is here you just copy paste and customizes for your clients.

Its full source code application


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jApCode CRM Features
-Graphical Dashboard
-Role User Chart
-Last Registered User Chart
-Project Chart etc.
-Multiple Other Master Wizards
-Text Editor
-Sticky Notification
-Responsive Layout
-Export to pdf,excel etc.
-Insert Edit,delete Using Page Dialog Not need for refresh Page
-Jquery Data table Grid, Search,Page Size,Paging Features Includes.
-Most Powerful Features is You can easy to Customize It ,Will Extendable


-Company Management
-Client Management
-Project Management
-Files Management
-Accounts Sale and Purchase Management
-Support Task Management
-Contract Management
-Lead Management
-Company Blog Management
-To do and Notes
-User Management
-Role Management
-Role User Multiple roles assign to each user.
-Menu Dynamic Menu Nav bar
-Menu Permission and privileges assigned to someone
Master Utility

-Address Type
-Quantity Unit
-Payment Mode

Version: 1.1 Extendable
Easy to connect with any database like MySql,Oracle db,MsSql Server

Installation On visual studio
:Unzip Solution
:Open in visual studio 2017
:Change Connection string of database
:Take Database script from root and run in your Mysql server
:Run It

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