Tony Marston wrote:
Your ideas are similar to mine, but I have a much more advanced
implementation which involves the use of a Data Dictionary. After building a
database table I import the structure into my data dictionary, then export
it to create a database table class and a table structure file. Still using
the data dictionary I can then build the family of transactions to maintain
that database table. This uses a standard set of page controllers and XSL
templates to build the HTML. So within 5 minutes I can run the transactions
to list, search, add, enquire, delete and update that database table without
having to write a single line of SQL or HTML. In most cases I don't even
have to write a single line of PHP. Is your method as fast as that?
All this functionality exists within the Radicore framework, so you can
download it and try it for yourself.
I am moving out of "do it hand to learn how it is done" into "how can I
get this work done quickly and well"
and you point me to Radicore!
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