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Hi, I'm wondering if there are any good php-mysql admin class(es) that is
reusable? I'm trying to manage my family photos, and yet, at the same time,
learn how to program php the right way --- tha is, by looking at lots of
examples codes from you experts.

I just need a basic db classes for add, delete, modify and a few descent
forms(preferably use CSS - the way of the future, I guess). Thanks
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Iky
Useko Netsumi wrote:
Hi, I'm wondering if there are any good php-mysql admin class(es) that is
reusable? I'm trying to manage my family photos, and yet, at the same time,
learn how to program php the right way --- tha is, by looking at lots of
examples codes from you experts.

I just need a basic db classes for add, delete, modify and a few descent
forms(preferably use CSS - the way of the future, I guess). Thanks


Don't look any further:
http://php.weblogs.com/ADODB

And while you are at it, start using dbForm too:
http://dbform.sourceforge.net/

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Will this work only on Windows Environment? (ADO = ActiveX Data Objects?).

/useko

"Iky" <ja@nee.com> wrote in message
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Useko Netsumi wrote:
Hi, I'm wondering if there are any good php-mysql admin class(es) that is reusable? I'm trying to manage my family photos, and yet, at the same time, learn how to program php the right way --- tha is, by looking at lots of
examples codes from you experts.

I just need a basic db classes for add, delete, modify and a few descent
forms(preferably use CSS - the way of the future, I guess). Thanks


Don't look any further:
http://php.weblogs.com/ADODB

And while you are at it, start using dbForm too:
http://dbform.sourceforge.net/

Jul 17 '05 #3

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Iky
Useko Netsumi wrote:
Will this work only on Windows Environment? (ADO = ActiveX Data Objects?).
Have you read the documentation? I guess not.
Go ahead, don't be shy, do some reading and you will be enlighted!


/useko

"Iky" <ja@nee.com> wrote in message
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Useko Netsumi wrote:
Hi, I'm wondering if there are any good php-mysql admin class(es) that
is
reusable? I'm trying to manage my family photos, and yet, at the same
time,
learn how to program php the right way --- tha is, by looking at lots of
examples codes from you experts.

I just need a basic db classes for add, delete, modify and a few descent
forms(preferably use CSS - the way of the future, I guess). Thanks


Don't look any further:
http://php.weblogs.com/ADODB

And while you are at it, start using dbForm too:
http://dbform.sourceforge.net/



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