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Posted 30 Apr 2013


, 30 Apr 2013
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Platform for people to share their emotions

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Allows a user to share his/her confessions online. User can choose to post anonymously without any fear of repercussions or can choose to share with the intent of having fun.

This platform allows users to open their heart and help them in living a better life by choosing to share their guilt or fun times with others. 


  • Top Rated Confessions   
  • Confession by Continent/Country
  • Mood Cloud
  • Get Help 
  • Community interaction 
  • Moderation  
  • Themes 
  • Mobile Device Support (Windows Phone) 
  • Integration with OpenId/Facebook 
  • Post as user/anonymous  

Windows Azure  

Hosting this project on Windows Azure makes the life a lot easier for developers without any need for hiring a dedicated admin to manage all the infrastructure. Windows azure solves all the infrastructure problems starting from hosting needs to the database, load balancing, high availabilty, quick deployment and what not.  

Points of Interest

  • Limit of n confession per day (per device/user id)
  • Support for other mobile platforms (iPhone, Android)
  • Mobile UI (responsive design)  


This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)


About the Author

Rawat Sandeep
Software Developer (Senior)
India India
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