A GUI utility for SQLite PHP programming
SQLite PHP Generator is a freeware but powerful SQLite GUI frontend. SQLite PHP Generator allows you to generate high-quality SQLite PHP scripts for the selected tables, views and queries for the further working with these objects through the web.Save the huge costs of hiring a programmer, learning any programming language, or buying expensive software - all the code is automatically generated for you. Here are some key features of "SQLite PHP Generator":
· Support for updatable SQL queries
· Master-detail presentations
· Event-driven content management
· Client-side data validation
· Custom pagination (display partitioning)
· Data export to PDF, XML, CVS, Excel and Word
· Support for hard-coded, table-based, and database server user authentication
· Record-level security
· Color schemes
· Multi-language support
· Pentium PC or higher
· 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended)
· 15 MB of free hard disk space
· SVGA-compatible video adapter
· PHP version 5.0 or greater
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Support for multi-level auto-complete editors has been implemented. Such control is based on cascading drop-down lists and allows you to select a value from a long list step-by-step. For example, when we select a country in the Country drop-down list, it will populate the City drop-down list according to the country selected, and so on.
· Starting with this version it is possible to edit and insert data within modal dialogs. To activate this feature, tick the corresponding checkbox in the Project Options or Page Properties window.
· Starting with this version it becomes possible to use a fixed header for data grid as well as display line numbers for grid records.
· Client side validation has been significantly improved. Now our software comes with a number of pre-defined validators including Range, Length range, Email, Credit card, URL, Regular expression, and some others. It is also still possible to implement your own validation logic using the OnEditFormValidate/OnInsertForm...