Having acquired a commercial license for phpMyEdit, I offer 2 versions of a phpMyEdit-based form generator. File sets include stylesheets with definitions for obscure style classes, examples, tips, and a link to various cheat sheets.
Twitter Bootstrap Form Generator version includes tinyMCE (March 2013)
Sakila version (August 2010)
Buyers receive 2 versions listed above (2 .ZIP files)
If you have pre-purchase questions, please call Doug Hockinson at (720) 334-7850 or send email to email@example.com. These scripts are quickly created on demand, and powerful in terms of meeting the needs of the average user. INNODB tables are NOT supported. The first column in each table must be the sole unique identifier. Basic lookups to other tables are easily configured, however the creation of complex JOIN statements can be rather time consuming. Creating a VIEW using phpMyAdmin, followed by making a phpMyEdit script to read (but not edit) the VIEW, is often easier than creating a JOIN.
phpMyEdit free version
phpMyEdit is the fastest and most convenient way to generate basic web forms (PHP scripts) to interact with a MySQL MyISAM type database table.
phpMyEdit based web forms are highly configurable, ideal for administrative interfaces, and often suitable for public web forms.
phpMyEdit is a basic component of several complex information systems.
Functionality of the generated PHP script (along with the included class file) facilitate adding, viewing, changing, deleting, listing, and searching records.
Note: phpMyEdit works with MyISAM type tables where the first column is the unique record identifier. If downloading the free version of phpMyEdit be sure to use the CVS browser to locate the more recent version of the class file.
Use use the phpMyEdit Forum to share your tips for using phpMyEdit or to receive technical support. If you're using MySQL™ database and PHP, and you're NOT using phpMyEdit, you're wasting a great deal of time. And, if you're not using PHP / MySQL™ for your online databases, you're wasting even more time! (IMHO)
Several years ago I assisted Ondrej Jombik
(the phpMyEdit maintainer) with documentation for version 5.3 of phpMyEdit because this is a very worthwhile open source
project. Although Ondrej lives, works, and studies in the Slovak Republic, he also works occasionally for Symmetry Software in Scottsdale, Arizona.
specializes in payroll and payroll-related software applications for the internet and corporate
intranets. At its core, Symmetry is a software development company with a high level of expertise in
taxation and accounting applications with a focus towards payroll.