phpMyInterface: Generate a Web interface to edit database records

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phpmyinterface 1.0Public Domain5HTML, PHP 5, Databases
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This class can be used to generate a Web interface to edit database records.

It takes a list of tables and fields that it will allow editing.

The class can generate HTML and JavaScript that uses the jQuery library for performing actions like listing, inserting, updating, deleting and searching records of the database tables.

It uses the PDO extension to access the database.

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Files folder imagecss (3 files)
Files folder imagejs (5 files)
Plain text file phpMyInterface.class.php Class phpMyInterface
Plain text file index.php Example Example of use

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  Plain text file style.css Data Stylesheet
  Plain text file jquery-ui-1.7.2.custom.css Data Stylesheet
  Plain text file tablesort.css Data Stylesheet

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  Plain text file jquery-1.3.2.min.js Data Jquery
  Plain text file jquery-ui-1.7.2.custom.min.js Data Jquery
  Plain text file jquery.js Data Jquery
  Plain text file jquery.tablesorter.min.js Data Jquery TableSort
  Plain text file jquery.tablesorter.pager.js Data Jquery TableSort

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