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by Ron Stowe - 4 years ago (2016-07-11)
I have about 100 meeting schedules that are displayed on HTML tables on my Web site. Sometimes the meetings get canceled or new ones are added to the schedule. I want to make these changes from the browser rather than edit code and ftp the site.
That way new people can get involved with the updating without learning code. I want a simple PHP and MySQLi application that I can put on my Web site Web server for the purpose of making changes to the database.
I am new to this and my first idea is to get a mysqli crud class to help me build an application in PHP.
Perhaps someone with some more experience can point me in the right direction. I have built a database of the meeting schedules with phpmyadmin, now I want to learn how to implement it.
There are some classes to perform CRUD operations but not exactly to edit data with Web forms. There some that use Web forms but use the MySQL extension.
This generic forms class comes with plugins to perform CRUD operations using Web forms. You need to create an adaptor class to store and retrieve information in the database with MySQLi, PDO or whatever but the Web interface is all handled by the forms class.
Just let me know if you have difficulties.