RideQue is a website template for any senior transportation company that currently has no site. It's mobile friendly and looks great on a phone. It informs the viewer about the organization, the mission statement, the people involved, contact information, and allows potential Drivers and Clients to sign-up and connect with each other.
The subject areas of the site can contain whatever you wish, obviously, and in this case I use them to describe the site. Once logged in as Admin you can use the built-in text editor to change the content to whenever you like. (btw: The editor is so much fun I used it to write all of this content. :-)
About me: You're probably wondering what the hustle is, I would be, and the answer is none. I've been in the computer business for over fifty years and in the transportation business for twenty five. I'm retired, I like it, and I wrote this application to satisfy my passion for creating great structured code.
I'm looking for companies that have a need for this. Read on to see what it can do and if you want me to implement a version for your new website, I can do it from home. I can also help you establish server space and a domain name. In the event you want me to travel to your location for whatever, then pay my expenses, I love a good road trip.
Individuals interested in becoming a Driver can signup on this site by creating a username and password along with basic information such as name, phone, email and address.
Once signed in they can fill out the supplemental information required to be a Driver, at their leisure. The Admin (or Staff member) will be notified of the new signup and contact the Driver for review. If a Driver is approved, the login procedure will allow them access to the system in the future.
New Clients have the same signup/login procedure as Drivers but the supplemental information is obviously different. Once approved, signing in opens up a world of communication benefits.
I am implementing a fast code for testing purposes here that will bypass the six character minimum for User Name and the eight character Password requirement. To run this application through it's paces you don't even need to signup at all. I have created an individual record for each user type that you can use to login with, simply by entering the letter [ t ] into the User Name field, and pressing [ Enter ].
You will then be logged in as Joe Driver, Joe Client, Joe Staff or Joe Admin, depending on the Login you choose. You will have all of the privileges associated with Driver and Client but Staff and Admin are display only.
Or, you can sign-up to be a Driver or Client and if it's creative I'll approve it and you will automatically show up here on the main page. :-)
Head on over to the Login Links and take this application for a spin!
There are five database tables in the system. The Users table contains basic information about each User (Driver, Client, Staff and Admin) such as name, address, phone, email and geographic coordinates.
Each user group also has a supplemental table containing additional data about their personal and vehicle licensing, insurance and hours of availability.
Tables are defined by layout files making it easy to define, and change, the data your organization needs. The code adapts accordingly, no need to dive in and change anything.
There are four different user login procedures, each requiring a User Name and Password. Driver and Client logins offer the ability to Sign Up if they are not yet in the system. Staff login is a subset of the Admin level, allowing maintenance of information and the Admin has access to everything including add and delete control over everything.
Record layouts: The main Users table, and the Driver, Client, Staff and Admin supplemental tables.
The next logical table is the Ride Queue which is built and currently being implemented, with this in mind.
Drivers and Clients contain a photo for each person and Videos are from YouTube.
The RideQue Map is at the core of the system. Once a User (Driver or Client) become approved they have access to all other users Location and Contact information. They can see where each other live, they can plot routes between locations and determine travel times. They can click on a phone number or email and contact each other instantly from their cellphone.
The Map is packed with additional features such as Search, Directions, Streetview and Reverse-Geocoding. It also remembers your location when you tell it to. Drop on in, click the help button and see what you can do.
8am to 4pm
Monday - Friday
( Text )
123 Main Street