I have added a ERD module to WebDB, for producing simple little relationship diagrams like the one above. As with WebDB generally, it’s not about displaying the actual database schema but rather just a simple way to display the semantics of the schema (often, to users who don’t want to see even a single underscore!). […]
Yet another new release of WebDB.
Yesterday I added a little fix to WebDB for a bug that prevented filtering on column names that occur in both the table being filtered and any of the tables referred to by foreign keys. This most often applied to id columns. [Update:] And today I’ve (hopefully) fixed the problem with foreign-key fields in edit […]
In which I try to implement column sorting in WebDB, but end up building a general system for persisting query string variables between HTTP requests. Sort of. In the old, Zend-based, WebDB, column sort order was passed as a $_GET parameter and then stored in per-table variables in $_SESSION. In the index controller, both were […]
First feedback about #WebDB: http://forum.kohanaframework.org/discussion/6112. Hurrah for #Kohana!
High on coffee, and I’m setting up a demo site for #WebDB. A good morning.
For the past month or so I have been working on rebuilding my little database interface — called WebDB — as a Kohana module. It’s now ready for a first alpha release; you can find it at github.com/samwilson/kohana_webdb. I’ll be putting a demo up soon, and hopefully getting a project set up for it at […]