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[nycphp-talk] Database code solutions

Jeff jsiegel1 at optonline.net
Sat Aug 23 21:09:44 EDT 2003


I made the same exact switch, i.e., to the Zend IDE.

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Sent: Friday, August 22, 2003 7:10 AM
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Very true!  It doesn't like some php stuff and will conveniently throw
in
extra characters to suit its needs - resulting in a needle/haystack when
the
compiler pukes.  I've found the Zend IDE much better (although it lacks
the
DW HTML tools).

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Sent: Friday, August 22, 2003 7:22 AM
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Be careful about relying too much on the code generated by DreamWeaver.
It's
gotten me in to TONS of trouble! I've rewritten the vast majority of the
code it generates. 

Jeff

----- Original Message -----
From: "Fee, Patrick J" <patrick.fee at baesystems.com>
Date: Friday, August 15, 2003 10:21 am
Subject: RE: [nycphp-talk] Database code solutions

> You're right Matthew.  Dreamweaver does have the ability to build SQL 
> queries in a GUI-type environment (and also to view the pages in 
> WYSIWYGfashion with true data in the dynamic page).  I've fiddled 
> around with that part of the application while building some php 
> pages.
> 
> IMHO, Dreamweaver does still favor ASP and CFM pages (that's where
> theystarted from).  However the PHP support has increased 
> dramatically in the
> last couple of releases.
> 
> And you can always stay with "code only" views if you're more of a
> purist.But the WYSIWYG option HAS allowed me to bring more graphic-
> centric staff
> into the dynamic-coding environment by building queries or content
> graphically and then review the code with them.  Of course this 
> sometimesbecomes more of a "don't code this way" exercise... but 
> helpfulnone-the-less.
> 
> Just my Friday morning 2 cents worth....
> 
> Below the "Blackout Line" in DC,
> 
> Patrick
> 
> Patrick J. Fee
> Web & Database Group Manager
> BAE SYSTEMS
> 600 Maryland Ave. SW  Suite 700
> Washington D.C. 20024
> Patrick.Fee at BAESYSTEMS.com
> Tel: (202) 548-3759
> Fax: (202) 608-5970
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matthew Zimmerman [mz34 at nyu.edu]
> Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2003 4:02 PM
> To: NYPHP Talk
> Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] Database code solutions
> 
> 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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