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On Fri, 19 May 2006, Daniel Orner wrote:
> To: mysql@stripped
> From: Daniel Orner <orner@stripped>
> Subject: Sparse 1.0b - framework for MySQL programs
> I'd like to announce the first release of Sparse, a new way to create
> MySQL programs without actually programming anything! Sparse takes care of
> handling the SQL data, navigation, displaying errors, input validation,
> and caching. Using a few extra HTML tags allows surprising power, yet
> remains easy to use and very customizable. It can save a lot of time and
> effort during development! It's especially well-suited for creating admin
> back-ends of sites that use MySQL.
> This means that you can actually create entire MySQL-backed programs
> without using a single line of PHP code. However, more complex forms and
> queries can be easily integrated with PHP code as well.
> The Sparse homepage is here: http://sparse-php.sourceforge.net/
> Besides looking for beta testers, I'd also like to know the best way to
> spread the word about it, so if anyone has any comments or help they can
> offer, please do so!
> --Daniel Orner
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