Table Manager 3.04

Version 3.04 of The MySQL Table Manager has been released.
Fixes for this release include:

  • Display of page numbers for multi page display, an error introduced last version.
  • Clean up of debug alert statement in JavaScript
  • Field size input field for types such as INT was corrected for create and alter table.
  • Fixed the connection to external servers. This will only work if the permissions for the database you are trying to connect to allow connections from external hosts.
AppCreator Mon, 11/10/2008 - 11:18

Drupal's Dynamic layouts

Submitted by AppCreator on Thu, 06/26/2008 - 12:31

One of the many things taken for granted when working with Drupal is that ability to have dynamic layouts. Different layouts for different pages, based on the blocks assigned to regions for the page.

Variables are set during page construction that can tell you how many columns are required. Which in combination with the page.tpl.php and your stylesheet can provide any number of layouts.

MySQL Table Manager 3

Finally I have released version 3 of the MySQL Table Manager. The last version 2.8 was released in October 2003, that's nearly 5 years ago. I apologise for my lack of motivation in getting this one out, and hope you find the new version as useful as I do.

Many new features have been added such as user management, change privileges, backup functionality, ajax edit in place functionality to update fields, optimize tables, save queries, save results.

AppCreator Sun, 04/27/2008 - 19:48
PHP MySQL Table Manager

Superseded: December 12th 2008

The PHP MySQL Table manager has been superseded by Bear SQL and will no longer be supported. Bear SQL is a much improved system and is freely available for download at Bear SQL Download

AppCreator Sun, 03/04/2007 - 18:37
Transactions in MySQL

DevShed have recently published a couple of articles,
Building An Extensible Form Validator Class
which looks at building a PHP-based Form Validator object to validate HTML form input and Error Handling In PHP (part 1) shows you how PHP's error-handling functions can be used in real-world development.

AppCreator Fri, 03/28/2003 - 23:00

Developers Zone

Submitted by AppCreator on Fri, 11/29/2002 - 23:00

Zend have a Developers Zone which gives easier access to tutorials and the code gallery.

Matt Wade has written an article on
Regular Expressions in PHP. Regular Expressions are a useful tool for matching a range of characters in a string. They are used a lot for things like checking submitted form data such as email addresses. JavaScript and many other programming languages also have the ability to handle Regular Expressions.