See Jane Code, a company that makes Web and database development tools, has released JaneBUILDER for PHP 1.1 with new features and will ship with an entirely new product, JaneSQL 1.0.
JaneBUILDER is a visual editor for PHP. The software isn’t designed to replace the text editor or Web page building application that you currently use — instead, it’s designed to complement them, providing a specific environment where you can create PHP code for use on your site. PHP itself is a server-side, cross-platform HTML embedded scripting language that enables Web developers to create dynamic Web pages. It’s been distributed as open source.
JaneSQL is a standalone application that lets you build SQL tables visually. An Upload Table option let’s you upload a table to MySQL tables with a single click. JaneSQL exports from its native format to generic text SQL files. A preview window allows you to view your SQL code before exporting or uploading.
In version 1.1, a new “add delimiters” tool let’s you highlight some text and surround it with a delimiter type. A “Date/Time Format” allows you to visually format your date and time. The “Add page” menu replaces the PHP/HTML buttons and has “Add Blank” and “Add form” pages. Auto-Jane and SQL tools now have an “Add All” as the last item in the column pop-up menu. Choosing this will “add” all the columns from that table in one swoop.
Inline editable cells means that clicking in the SQL tools column rows makes them editable so you can type up your info. A new relink button (and menu item) let’s you relink your doc in case it’s been moved.
JaneBUILDER 1.1 (and the included JaneSQL) are US$49. Version 1.1 is a free upgrade to registered users. A demo version can be downloaded.
System requirements are: Mac OS 9, 9.1.x, or Mac OS X; access to PHP 4.x server; access to MySQL 3.23.xx server; Telnet or SSH access to MySQL server; and the ability to grant privileges to databases.