How To Create A PHP Front-End To Your MySQL Database Using DaDaBIK
Sure, all PHP developers have used PHPMyAdmin, but have you heard of DaDaBIK? In this article Eugenio talks about DaDaBIK and shows us how to use it to create a front-end for a MySQL database with it in under 5 minutes.
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One of the most used features of PHP is the ability to connect to a DBMS in order to perform queries. In particular, the process of creating a web interface for a database (i.e. some web pages that allow users to search, insert and update records in a database) is a very common task -- in fact, a lot of PHP developers complain that they have to re-write the same code hundreds of times just to produce a front-end to their MySQL database.
DaDaBIK (this strange recursive acronym stands for DataBase Interfaces Kreator) is a free open source PHP program that can help developers in situations like those mentioned above.
Using DaDaBIK, you can create your own customized web front-end for a MySQL database in a few minutes without any coding. Sound strange? Trust me on this for a second and read this article in its entirety.