Development of Online eResume with Job Portal

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7.3.3 Sequence diagram for Employer

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Figure No. 7.3.2: Sequence diagram for Employer

This sequence starts with Employer authenticating into the system. After successful authenticating, Employer will login to Job Portal. Employer can post jobs in job portal and display in main page. And Employer can view the user profile who applied for that job.

7.4 ACTIVITY DIAGRAM

An activity diagram represents the work flow of a particular part of a system or an whole system. This system has the following activity models based on the modules.

7.4.1 Activity diagram for User

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Figure No. 7.4.1: Activity diagram for User

7.4.2 Activity diagram for Employer

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Figure No. 7.4.2: Activity diagram for Employer

7.4.3 Activity diagram for Administrator

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Figure No. 7.4.3: Activity diagram for Administrator

7.5 DATABASE TABLE DIAGRAM

Users (Job Seekers) Registration

Contact Information

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

Int(100)

Primary Key, not null

Full Name

varchar(255)

Not Null

Nationality

varchar(30)

Not Null

Current Location

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Mobile Number

int(20)

Not Null

Gender

Varchar(30)

Not Null

Email-id

Varchar(255)

Not null

Login Page

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

int(10)

Primary Key, Not null

User-id

Int(100)

Not Null

Username (Emai-id)

varchar(30)

Unique, Not Null

Password

Varchar(30)

Not Null

Current Employment details

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

Int(100)

Primary key

User-id

Int(100)

Not Null

Job Type

varchar(255)

Not Null

Work Experience

int(30)

Not Null

Industry

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Key Skills

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Education background

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

Int(100)

Primary key

User-id

Int(100)

Not Null

Basic Education (UG)

varchar(255)

Not Null

Masters Education

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Doctorate Education

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Certificate Course Name (1)

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Certificate Course Name (2)

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Uploading resume

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

int(10)

Primary Key, Not null

User-id

Int(100)

Not Null

Resume_file_name

Varchar(255)

Not null

Industry_type Table

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

int(10)

Primary Key, Not null

Industry_type

Varchar(250)

Not Null

Description

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Status

Varchar(255)

Not null

Experience Type

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

int(10)

Primary Key, Not null

Experience

Varchar(250)

Not Null

Description

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Status

Varchar(255)

Not null

Job Type

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

int(10)

Primary Key, Not null

Experience

Varchar(250)

Not Null

Description

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Status

Varchar(255)

Not null

Posting Jobs

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

Int(100)

Primary Key, not null

Job_id

int(255)

Not Null

Industry_type

varchar(255)

Not Null

Job Type

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Experience

int(20)

Not Null

Description

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Eligibility

Varchar(255)

Not null

Salary_package

Varchar(100)

Not Null

Last Date

Date

Not Null

Contact_person

Varchar(100)

Not Null

Contact_mobile

Int(20)

Not Null

Contact_email

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Jobs Table

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

Int(100)

Primary Key, not null

Job_id

int(255)

Not Null

Industry_id

varchar(255)

Not Null

Job_type_id

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Experience_id

int(20)

Not Null

Description

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Eligibility

Varchar(255)

Not null

Salary_package

Varchar(100)

Not Null

Last Date

Date

Not Null

Contact_person

Varchar(100)

Not Null

Contact_mobile

Int(20)

Not Null

Contact_email

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Resume Table

Field Name

Datatype

Constraint

Id

int(10)

Primary Key, Not null

resume_id

Int(10)

Not Null

Resume_name

Varchar(255)

Not null

Language

Varchar(255)

Not Null

Industry_id

Varchar(100)

Not Null

Job_type_id

Varchar(100)

Not Null

Experience_id

Varchar(100)

Not Null

Resume_template

Long_blob

Not Null

Status

Varchar(100)

Not Null

Updated_by

Date

Not null

Updated_on

Date

Not Null

8. IMPLEMENTATION

8.1 XAMP SERVER

XAMP is a free and open source cross platform web server. It includes Apache HTTP Server, MYSQL Database, and Interpreters for scripts written in php and perl programming languages. XAMP designers main intended to use as a web development tool and it provide many security features by default. It allows web site designers and programmers to test their work on computer without using internet. so it can runs on the localhost.

  • MYSQL: MYSQL is an open source SQL relational database management system. XAMP is also support for creating and manipulating the database in MYSQL. In MYSQL default username is root and it does not have any default password.

8.2 CODEIGNITOR

Codeignitor is a opensource and powerfull web application PHP framework. Codeignitor was released by EllisLab and created by Rick Ellis in February 28, 2006. It is use for building dynamic web pages. Codeignitor has gained its popularity only because of speed, light and easy use than any other framework. GitHub is the main cloude source for codeignitor. Latest version of codeignitor 3.0.0 and its license its maintained by Apache/BSD-style.

Codeignitor framework includes support programs, code libraries, compilers, tool sets and application programming interface (APIs) that bring together all the different components to enable development of projects and it minimizing the amount of code.

Codeignitor uses model, view, controller (MVC) approach. MVC Pattern seperats the representation of data from the logic of the application.

View: what the visitors of the web application see

Controller: Handling the incoming requests and validating input and showing the right view.

Model: Accessing the database and executing the operations.

8.3 TECHNOLOGIES

8.3.1 HTML

HTML or HyperText Markup Language is the standard markup language used to create web pages. HTML is written in the form of HTML elements consisting of tags enclosed in angle brackets (like ). HTML tags most commonly come in pairs like

and

, although some tags represent empty elements and so are unpaired, for example . The first tag in a pair is the start tag, and the second tag is the end tag (they are also called opening tags and closing tags).

The purpose of a web browser is to read HTML documents and compose them into visible or audible web pages. The browser does not display the HTML tags, but uses the tags to interpret the content of the page. HTML is used to describe the structure of a website semantically along with cues for presentation, making it a markup language rather than a programming language.HTML elements form the building blocks of all websites. HTML allows images and objects to be embedded and can be used to create interactive forms. It provides a means to create structured documents by denoting structural semantics for text such as headings, paragraphs, lists, links, quotes and other items. It can embed scripts written in languages such as JavaScript which affect the behavior of HTML web pages.

8.3.2 JavaScript

JavaScript is a object based scripting language that adds interactivity to web pages. It allows client-side scripts tointeract with the user, control the browser, communicateasynchronously, and alter thedocument contentthat is displayed. It is also used in server-side network programming with runtime environments such asgame development and the creation of desktop and mobile applications JavaScript is also used in environments that are not web based, such asPDFdocuments,site-specific browsers, anddesktop widgets.

8.3.3 PHP

PHP is a programming language and an open source technology. It is mainly used for web applications. PHP is a powerfull way to create dynamic web pages that interact with visitors. PHP runs on various platform(windows, linux, unix, mac OS X). it is compatible with almost all server. It support wide-range of database. It is free, easy to learn and runs efficiently on server side. The PHP code start with .

MYSQL acts as a back-end database server and helps in data storage and manipulation of data stored at MYSQL database server.

In eResume with Job Portal application using php technology with the help of codeignitor framework and following MVC approach.

8.3.4 Bootstrap

Bootstrap is a free and open source and front-end framework and it also a web application framework. Originally named Twitter Blueprint. Developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton. It is a collection of tools for creating websites and web application. It contains HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Forms, Buttons, Navigation and other interface components. To develop successful software with more complex and faster programming environment bootstrap is referred. With a simple basic text editor the environment is made simple and easy to understand, which also help in writing the high level languages until one can have graphical IDE.

In eResume with Job Portal application using bootstrap for fully-responsive website.

8.3.5 Jquery

Jquery is a free and open source, cross platform JavaScript library. Using jquery it easier to navigate a document. Can select DOM elements, create animations, handle events, and develop Ajax applications. Based on CSS selectors DOM manipulation is preceded, which uses elements names and attributes. The major feature of jquery which all the featured software developer look forward to is effects and animation which jquery can make it possible. Jquery can also be extensible through plugins. This also supports all the browsers, which is flexible to use it.

9. TESTING

9.1 INTRODUCTION

Testing is a process of executing a programs or applications to find the bugs. It meets the business and technical requirements that shows the design and development phase. The main objective of testing is to maintain and deliver the quality of product to the client. Testing is the process of analyzing a software system to detect the differences between existing and required conditions (that is defects/errors/bugs) and to evaluate the features of the software system.

9.2 Goals of Testing

It is the mechanism of knowing that what the expected result and what the actual result got. The main goals of testing are:

  • Identifying bugs as early as possible
  • Correct the bugs or errors in application or product
  • Check whether customer satisfied for their requirements
  • Finally the main goal of testing to measure the quality of product.

9.3 Types of Testing

Following types of testings are conducted on eResume with Job Portal

  • Unit testing
  • Integration testing
  • System testing

9.3.1 Unit Testing

Unit testing simply verifies that individual units of code (mostly functions) work as expected. It follows white box testing (Logic of the program). It done by developers. In eResume with Job Portal application each feature is tested individually to perform its task as expected.

9.3.2 Integration Testing

After completing unit testing successfully, programmers or developers can combine two or more modules. Integration testing tests integration or interface between components and integrations to different parts of the system such as operating system, file system or interface between systems.

9.3.3 System Testing

After completing unit and integration testing, system testing tests the full eResume with Job Portal application based on the requirements. So it integrates all modules to perform black box testing. System testing performs different testing’s:

  • Usability Testing
  • Functional Testing
  • Performance Testing
  • Security Testing

9.3.3.1 Usability Testing

In Usability Testing team concentrate on the user friendliness of build interface. Screen should be understandable to operate by End users.

9.3.3.2 Functional Testing

The process of checking the behavior of application and checking all requirements working properly or not.

9.3.3.3 Performance Testing

Performance testing is testing that is performed, to determine how system perform under a particular workload. It can compare two system to find which perform is better and system can check where workload causes the system to perform badly.

9.3.3.4 Security Testing

In security testing check whether the application or the product is secured or not. System protects against unauthorized internal or external access.

9.4 Test Results

SL. No

Test Case

Expected

Result

Observed Results

Status

1

Registration for users (Job Seekers)

Successful registration

Registration successful with all validations and all data inserted into database

Pass

2

Login system for users (Job Seekers) using sessions

Display home page

Homepage of the application was displayed and if password is wrong then we can retrieve password with new one and notification message will recived

Pass

3

Searching jobs in search engines according to job type, skills, experience

Retrieving the accurate search results

Displays the accurate results as queries entered by the users

Pass

4

Checking the available resume templates according to users requirements

Display the resume templates

Displayed the resume templates as per the users query

pass

5

Applying for a job

Displaying a message after successful submit button

Popup message displaying job applied successfully

Pass

6

Taking test after applying job

A link which redirect to the test form

Displays a link when clicked redirects to test page.

Pass

7

Logout function

Successful logout after clicking logout button

A message showing successfully logout

Pass

8

Registration for Employer

Successful registration

Registration successful with all validations and all data inserted into employer database

Pass

9

Login system for Employer

Display Employer home page

Employer Homepage of the application was displayed and if password is wrong then can retrieve password with new one and notification message will recived

Pass

10

Employer can post the jobs

Posting jobs successfully

Jobs posting successfully in home page of the website

pass

11

Employer logout function

Successful logout after clicking logout button

A message showing successfully logout

Pass

12

Admin login

Successful login

Admin successfully logged with all validations

pass

13

Admin logout function

Successful logout after clicking logout button

A message showing successfully logout

Pass

 

10 CONCLUSION

  • “eResume with Job Portal” is an important issue in today’s global market. This application briefly explained how available technology can possibly help, employer and job seekers process are implemented. Developing the project has helped some experience on real time development procedures. This application provides a platform for job seekers and employers to meet under one roof.
  • The technical advantages of this application are
    • Economically feasible
    • User interface
    • Reliable
    • Accurate
    • PDF data export

11. FUTURE ENHANCEMENTS

The following features can be added as the future enhancements

  • Future versions of the application will concentrate more on the scalability, performance and maintenance of the application when there are more functionalities added into the application
  • And also planning to provide offline registration for job seekers who are unable to register online.

12. SCREEN SHOTS

12.1 Job Seeker Login Page

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Figure No. 12.1: Login Page for Job Seekers

Description:

The above figure no: 12.1 represents the login module for the job seeker; this module will be the primary authentication for the members who are registered to use this web application.

12.2 Dashboard (Job Portal)

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Figure No. 12.2: Dashboard

Description:

The figure no: 12.2 represent the dashboard after a successful login of the job seeker. Here the user can check statistics and manage the profile. The statistics are displayed in the form of numbers, charts and graphs.

12.3 Adding Resume Templates

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Figure No. 12.3: Adding Resume Templates

Description:

The job seekers can create their own template by the module given above. This module consists of fields which the user is required to fill it up, further to which led to the creation of resume template.

12.4 Searching Jobs

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Figure No. 12.4: Searching Jobs

Description:

The above module is used by the job seekers to search for a job according to the queries which is set by the job seeker. The job seeker can select the required industry, the type of carrier and experience to which the results are displayed if the jobs are available.

12.5 Posting Jobs

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Figure No. 12.4: Posting Jobs

Description:

If there is any requirement for an organization the above module helps to post job in the web application. This module includes fields which the job provider are required to fill up, after a successful job post the jobs will be displayed to the other members to seek job.

13. BIBLIOGRAPHY

[1] A job Portal “Exclusively for the persons with disabilities” Jan 21, 2014(White Papers / Approach Papers) www.ciispecialabilityjobs.in

[2] White Papers: CV Resume, Robert Tearle, Founder, November 17, 2013

B M S College of Engineering Department of CA 2015

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