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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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By: Eugenio Tacchini
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September 06, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · How To Create A PHP Front-End To Your MySQL Database Using DaDaBIK
  2. · Database Table Creation
  3. · Database Table Creation (contd.)
  4. · Customizing DaDaBIK
  5. · Conclusion

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DaDaBIK is a very powerful tool: the creation of a simple web front-end for a MySQL database can be accomplished in a matter of minutes, and its high level of customization allows us to adapt this program to a wide range of needs. Its main use is the creation of web administration interfaces, however it's very easy to embed it in the layout of your public Web site -- for example, in order to implement a search interface into your site without coding any PHP.

Experienced PHP programmers will enjoy the open source nature of this program and therefore the possibility to modify the code according to their needs. It's a refreshing change from PHPMyAdmin (which everyone loves) in terms of customisation, style and implementation. This is seriously a must use application for any PHP developer looking to save themselves some time.
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