SQLite PHP Generator 10.8.0.15

SQLite PHP Generator is a freeware but powerful SQLite GUI frontend. It allows you to generate high-quality SQLite PHP scripts for the selected tables, views and queries for the further working with these objects through the web. Save the huge costs of hiring a programmer, learning any programming language, or buying expensive software - all the code is automatically generated for you.

Key Features of SQLite PHP Generator:
- Support for updatable SQL queries;
- Master-detail presentations;
- Event-driven content management;
- Client-side data validation;
- Custom pagination (display partitioning);
- Data export to PDF, XML, CVS, Excel and Word;
- Support for hard-coded, table-based, and database server user authentication;
- Record-level security;
- Color schemes;
- Multi-language support;

Requirements:
- Pentium PC or higher
- 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended)
- 15 MB of free hard disk space
- SVGA-compatible video adapter
- PHP version 5.0 or greater

Limitations:
- The following features are disabled:
- SSH tunneling
- HTTP tunneling
- Updatable SQL queries
- Delete multiple records
- Extended filtering
- Scaling pictures
- Table-based user authentication
- Database server user authentication
- Record-level security
- Master-detail presentations
- User-defined events
- Client-side data validation
- Custom pagination (Display partitioning)
- Data export to PDF, XML, CVS, Excel and Word

What's New in This Release SQLite PHP Generator:
- The Autocomplete Editor has been implemented
- Can use WYSIWYG Editor for text fields that store an HTML code
- Support for horizontal filters has been added.
- Nested master-detail presentations have been implemented.
- Can define primary key columns for views and updatable queries
- Support for right-to-left languages
- The read-only attribute has been added to the column properties
- Support for project-level data manipulation events has been added

License type: Freeware
Date added: Aug. 23, 2010, 12:06 p.m. | Last updated: March 30, 2011, 9:33 a.m.