opalelement wrote:Try the download link again.
Thanks - it worked.
This is an excellent concept although I am not sure that it will replace phpMyAdmin for me - but it does have some good uses.
Just a few initial observations/suggestions that you may (or may not) already be considering or be aware of.
1. When displaying the contents of a table the ability to sort would be desirable.
2. There needs to be paging - both to make it easier to read and to reduce server load.
3. Ideally the field names in the header bar need to be as per the database (normally lower case) as I can see users copying and pasting and getting errors. Remember *nix is case sensitive.
4. The export option does not work.
5. The needs to be a specific permission to use this option.
6. The ability to click on the entry in the first row to allow you to change the data would also be very useful.