Admin console: add an arrival date search to the Bookings tab filters
Admin console: add simple export of Users that have registered on a website
Admin console: improvements to the WYSIWYG Element Editor - added the option to insert images, enter fullscreen mode and updated the iframe plugin
Admin console: add a welcome screen for Bookster users
Admin console: improvements to the booking profile page
Platform: upgraded server hardware (including the use of SSDs) for improved performance
Platform: make it possible to support alternative, client specified secure domains
Minor updates and bug fixes
Admin console: improve the payment history formatting
Admin console: various bug fixes to the iCal availability import (set CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER when importing ical feeds, handle https icals, mark a feed as invalid if empty, handle when a google calendars has a checkin event and well a booking event.)
Admin console: use Angular JS to display comments
Admin console: hide the Google Analytics 'Stats' menu item if not needed
Admin console: new layout for the selection of Services
Admin console: improve the warning message when Bookster users need to pay their Subscription
Admin console: ensure login credentials are passed over when clicking across to view an Entry on live website
Admin console: update damage deposit help and show a warning message if no damage deposit is defined
Platform: move (some of) the website chrome via the static site/cdn
Platform: allow award images to be any size
Platform: fixed bug in WYSIWYG Element editor
Platform: fixed a bug with unique SagePay VendorTxCode
Platform: ensure that the property limit setting apply to all booking Services
As part of my academic course, I am working with Tribalogic in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Scotland’s capital city: Edinburgh is one of the most attractive place in the United Kingdom; built on volcanic hills the city offers a panorama that is outstanding and beyond compare to its 486,120 inhabitants.
The impressive view of the city on Arthur's Seat
Through it’s history, heritage and iconic places Edinburgh is the top touristic destination in Scotland and second only to London in the United Kingdom.
The economy of the city is one of the most prosperous of the United Kingdom and unemployment rate is the lowest (2.4%). Therefore, many people choose to work here whether it be for a couple of months or for a lifetime.
Work placement in Edinburgh
I am a one of around 7,000* international students who seize the opportunity to come to Edinburgh, indeed thanks to the Erasmus programme it has never been easier to do a work placement abroad. The reason why Edinburgh appeals to so many students is based on it’s cultural wealth, some examples of which are:
Moreover the city has all the advantages of a capital (It is a dynamic city with many events) but without the disadvantages (the city is small enough to go almost anywhere on foot).
As part of my work placement I have been working on Bookster for two months. Bookster specialise in holiday rental businesses which is an asset because tourism is one of the booming sectors in Edinburgh thanks to the number of tourists coming every year.