Sample Web Sites

The following are a sampling of sites developed by Web Kokua. Although only a couple of these sites show any extensive application development, they are good examples of web/mobile integration. Try looking at the different sites on different platforms such as mobile phone, tablet and pc. All of these sites were designed to be mobile ready.

Holualoa Bay, Hawaii

The following is the output from an application that is a work in progress. The application, written in C# with a SQL Server database, allows the user to build and maintain menus for a restaurant, bar or coffee house. This sample shows several different menus that were generated from the application with some samples of different styling options.

Holualoa Bay, Hawaii

The following site is a music tabs application. It was written in C# with a SQL Server database. The purpose of the application is for a musician to be able to create a set list of songs that can be displayed or printed to a MS Word file. The set list has Drag and Drop sorting.

Holualoa Bay, Hawaii

The Lottery Application is a section from a cancelled project. A client was interested in developing an online lottery application to play the Mega Millions Lottery game. The application allows a user to fill out a lottery form number by number or select quick picks. It includes option for multidraw, megaplier and the addition of multiple tickets. The application is written in Javascript and jQuery with some CSS for the styling.

Potrero Hill, San Francisco, California

Potrero Physical Therapy (Potrero PT) opened their doors in 2004 and is located in the Potrero Hill area of San Francisco in California. Potrero PT is an out-patient physical therapy clinic that specializes in treating musculo-skeletal problems of the spine and upper and lower extremities.

Ocean Beach, San Francisco, California

Ocean Beach Physical Therapy (OBPT) opened their doors in 2015 and is located in the Ocean Beach area of San Francisco in California. OBPT is an out-patient physical therapy clinic that specializes in treating musculo-skeletal problems of the spine and upper and lower extremities.

South Kona, Hawaii

Kealia Ranch is a 12,000 acre working cattle ranch located on the Big Island of Hawaii in South Kona. Founded in 1915, by L.L. McCandless, the Ranch has a rich paniolo (cowboy) heritage. Today, Kealia Ranch is involved in various diverse activities from ranching to wild game hunting, farming of cacao and coffee, to working to save endangered Hawaiian bird life. The historic cowboy office has been converted into a country store specializing in local crafts and provisions.

Keauhou Bay, Hawaii

Nainoa Sportfishing is located in Keauhou Bay in the Kona area on the west coast of the big island of Hawaii. Nainoa Sportfishing provides fishing charter and recreational charter services on the Kona coast of the big island of Hawaii. The Nainoa is a 30 foot Island Hopper Sportfisher that is a clean, professionally maintained vessel with comfortable, shaded seating as well as an enjoyable, open sunny cockpit. The vessel is fully equipped with the latest top of the line equipment.

Kailua Kona, Hawaii

Bill Long is an author that lives on the big island of Hawaii. He is a former police officer and veteran of the Navy serving in the United States Submarine Service. He spent twenty-six years in law enforcement, having twice served as the Narcotic Bureau Commander within the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department. He has a BA Degree in Criminal Justice from the California State University in Sacramento. He also attended and graduated from the National FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. He worked as an investigator for BP Oil and for the State of Oregon and even had an experience working along with the Secret Service under then President Ronald Reagan. He has authored two novels, thirteen short stories and two non-fiction articles.

Holualoa, Hawaii

Kona Koa was owned and operated by Robert Russell of Holualoa Hawaii. His company supplied raw and milled, cured wood. They mainly supplied Koa, but also supplied Monkeypod, Ulu (Breadfruit) and Mango. Robert ("Bob") also created functional works of art out of Hawaiian grown woods such as Koa, Ulu (Breadfruit), Wiliwili, Mango and Monkeypod. Bob was a Hawaiian Cultural Advocate who often created functional replicas of ancient Hawaiian surfboards and holua sleds.

California and Arizona

Harriman Vacation Rentals have a series of vacation rental homes located in California and Arizona. They currently have four homes available for short term rental in the following cities: Newport Beach, California with two separate units, Parker, Arizona on the Colorado River and in Sedona, Arizona.

Holualoa Bay, Hawaii

The Kona Palms Condos are located in the Kona area of the big island of Hawaii on beautiful Holuloa Bay overlooking Kamoa Point. There are twelve units in the complex.

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