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[nycphp-talk] Database code solutions

Matthew Zimmerman mz34 at nyu.edu
Thu Aug 14 16:02:19 EDT 2003


If I am not mistaken, Dreamweaver might have this functionality. I know 
it is a pretty heavy commercial product and not sure if they have a 
Linux version, but I remember one of our students using it as a GUI to 
build SQL Queries.


On Wednesday, August 13, 2003, at 01:18  PM, Ophir Prusak wrote:

> I checked our your class and the ezsql class as well.
> These are great classes and definitely big helpers but I already have 
> code
> that takes care of much of this "low level plumbing".
>
> phplens gives you a web based interface that actually creates the php
> necessary for the forms themselves.
> It looks like I'll need to play around with it myself and I'll post a
> mini-review.
>
> Ophir
>
>> Ophir wrote two messages back...
>>>
>>> and not spend so much time creating the "plumbing" for basic database
>>> operations such as create a new row, edit a row, read a row or 
>>> delete a
> row.
>>
>> These operations are handled by simple queries.  There's no way around
>> programming that... until artificial intelligence, I guess.
>>
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