Format: Microsoft Word with Software in PHP | Pages: 58 Pages | Price: ₦4000 | Chapters: 1-5
Peer-to-peer file sharing applications have been in existence for some time. Familiar applications or architectures such as Napster, Gnutella, and Freenet have a large user base. The main design idea of these systems files are distributed throughout nodes. This is much different from traditional client/server systems, where files would lie on one central machine, and all transfers would occur only between the individual clients and that machine. In peer-to-peer, file transfers can occur between the individual nodes. The proposed system is a peer-to-peer file sharing application. Why did we decide to create one more file sharing system The answer is that the proposed system has some unique properties, which distinguish it from other existing systems. The system is developed to be an auxiliary in distributing academic resources among students. The proposed system is developed in such a manner that it provides maximum user-friendly interface using PHP (Hypertext pre-processor) programming language using the XAMPP.