Netaukció - Hungary's leading auction portal - programming (2000-2003)

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Netaukció was a popuplar online auction portal at Hungary. The site was online and active place for auctions between 1999 and 2005.

Copyright 2000-2004 Netngine Kft.
Programming by Ferenc Veres

My work

My work was the whole server side programming. The management wanted to roll out the system as soon as possibe, so asked to base the development on Everysoft's GPL licensed EveryAuction, which had almost all the features we needed. The first version was built quickly, but it in the continous development of the portal not much left from the original script.

Details

Features:

  • User and company auctions in various categories
  • Comments, user ratings, send to a friend, automatic bidding and many more userfriendly options
  • Chat forum
  • Postcard sending
  • Adimistration interface for
    • User handling
    • Company auctions
    • Special gallery auctions
    • Detailed graphical statistics of the "site-life"

Web application, written in Perl, using MySQL database.

Screenshots

Main page

Mainpage displays an intro and the most active auctions.

Mainpage screenshot with most active auctions and menu

Browse categories

List of items on acution screenshot

Item details

Auction start, end, current bid, bidding form screenshot

Chat forum

Chat forum helps the users to communicate about their items and the auction portal itself. There is also a forum topic where users can request help.

Chat forum displaying most recent posts screenshot.

My Netaukció

There is a page for all your information, like current and old auctions, personal data editing, view your user rating and start new auctions.

Users own running and closed auctions screenshot

Update 2005-07-12: Unfortunately the site went offline for good.


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