Hi Geoff,

Have a look at phpLens at http://phplens.com/ It's a commercial php software
that my company wrote that allows you to perform sort/filter/edit and
too on your data. Many of our customers are using on Intranets/Extranets.

Works well with NN 4/6 and IE browsers.

Regards, John

Geoff Caplan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hi folks
> I have been looking for a practical way to create rich dynamic forms in
> client using PHP, and would appreciate any pointers to workable
> With the launch of .Net I suspect that customer expectations are going to
> change, and good old plain HTML will begin to look dated.
> I am thinking of client-side functionality such as lists that can sort and
> filter, cascading dropdowns, drag and drop, validation in the client that
> double-checked on the server etc etc. I am doing quite large and complex
> applications, so there is no way to code the client side stuff by hand - I
> need some kind of dynamic library.
> This is for intranet use, so I will be able to specifiy the browser verion
> to be used, and any plugins required.
> There seem to be all kinds of technologies emerging, but most of them are
> either too immature, too slow (such as Flash based solutions - see
> www.carels.com), or are based on Java.
> For all its shorcomings, some kind of XML/DHTML solution seems best, and I
> guess it will improve as Browsers catch up with CSS2.
> I have spotted a very nice Java/Tomcat solution, for example (see
> isomorphic.com), which shows what can be done. But the only DHTML/PHP
> library I can find is dynapi, which looks promising but is still a bit
> limited so far as functionality goes and the documentation is kinda thin.
> Do any of you folks know of a workable way to do this - either commercial
> open source??
> Any pointers would be much appreciated
> Geoff Caplan.

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