Posts Tagged ‘GPL License’

Ajaxed MySQL – PostgreSQL Front-End: VFront

May 19th, 2009 No comments

VFront is a dynamic front-end for MySQL & PostgreSQL databases written in PHP and Javascript.

It is not a database administration tool like phpMyAdmin and not replacing it: interface is for basic user working on data. Think about VFront as an interface tool for database, similar to MS access, but taking the lead with an easy access via web.


Using VFront, masks for managing your data in AJAX style, different rules and privileges for groups can be created.

It has reporting features in XML,HTML,PDF, statistics and much more.

To run this application, the database must be MySQL 5+ or PostgreSQL 7.4+.

Tokenizing Autocomplete Text Entry with TokenInput

May 16th, 2009 No comments

TokenInput jQuery Plugin allows users to select multiple items from a predefined list, using autocompletion as they type to find each item. You may have seen something similar on Facebook or TextboxList by Devthought.

There is an intuitive UI for selecting multiple items from a large list, the layout is fully in controlled with CSS, and easily customisable. Also, the result caching reduces server load. Users can select items using the mouse or keyboard. TokenInput jQuery Plugin is released under GPL2.