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From:Claudio Nanni Date:January 19 2012 12:38am
Subject:Re: Editing/form interface
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Hi Tim,

Excuse me but still I don't understand exactly what is the product you want
to build.
One thing is a tool (IDE) to work and one thing is the product you build.

Some questions to understand:
You ask for a tool name or a general question?
What are exactly the "mysql editing features" ?
What are your "my view templates" ?
And again, are you building a client-server architecture application or a
web based?
Any interface as you surely know needs a logic and an engine that runs that
logic.
That logic could reside on a client application, on a browser(javascript et
al), server(anything).
I ask all this because your question is very vague and so the answer could
be anything,
Visual Basic, Jboss, Zend Studio, Adobe Flex just as an idea.

Cheers

Claudio

2012/1/19 Tim Johnson <tim@stripped>

> * Claudio Nanni <claudio.nanni@stripped> [120118 14:15]:
> > Tim,
> >
> > are you designing a client/server application or a web based one?
>  Hi Claudio :
>
>        I am asking a general question. I have developed web-based apps
>        with mysql editing features for over 10 years now, but I am a
>        little lazy. Or to be more self-kind, I'm looking for tools that
>        can speed things up a bit.
>
>        For instance, I think it would be great if there were a front end
>        to MySQL that would allow me to design forms like I used to for
>        MS-Access and then save them as html. I could then embed them in
>        my view templates.
>
>    I looked for such a feature in MySQLWorkBench, but like that
>        other responder said, not a 'front end'.
>
>        Thanks for the inquiry.
> --
> Tim
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Claudio

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Editing/form interfaceTim Johnson18 Jan
  • Re: Editing/form interfaceMichael Dykman18 Jan
    • Re: Editing/form interfaceClaudio Nanni18 Jan
      • Re: Editing/form interfaceTim Johnson19 Jan
        • Re: Editing/form interfaceClaudio Nanni19 Jan
          • Re: Editing/form interfaceTim Johnson19 Jan
    • Re: Editing/form interfaceTim Johnson19 Jan
      • Re: Editing/form interfaceMichael Dykman19 Jan
        • Re: Editing/form interfaceTim Johnson19 Jan
          • Re: Editing/form interfaceArthur Fuller19 Jan
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