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How to Use e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions to Create Dynamic Web Applications




If you are looking for a powerful and easy-to-use tool to generate PHP scripts from various databases, you might want to check out e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions. This software can help you create dynamic web applications that allow users to view, edit, search, add and delete records on the web. You can also create summary reports, crosstabs reports, dashboards, charts, calendars, menus, and more with just a few clicks.


In this article, we will show you how to use e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions to create a simple web application that manages a list of products and categories. We will use MySQL as the database, but you can use any other supported database as well.


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Step 1: Download and Install e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions




The first step is to download and install e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions from the official website. You will need to have PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 installed on your computer as well, which you can download from here. After installing both programs, you can launch PHPMaker and activate the extensions from the Tools menu.


Step 2: Create a New Project and Connect to the Database




The next step is to create a new project and connect to the database that contains the tables that you want to use for your web application. To do this, click on the New Project icon on the toolbar or select File > New Project from the menu. You will see a dialog box where you can enter the project name, folder, and database type.


For this example, we will name our project "ProductManager" and select MySQL as the database type. Then, click on the Connect button to enter the database connection settings, such as host name, user name, password, and database name. You can also test the connection by clicking on the Test button.


After connecting to the database successfully, you will see a list of tables in the database on the left panel of PHPMaker. You can select the tables that you want to use for your web application by checking the boxes next to them. For this example, we will use two tables: "products" and "categories".


Step 3: Customize the Table Settings and Generate the Scripts




The next step is to customize the table settings and generate the scripts for your web application. To do this, double-click on each table name on the left panel of PHPMaker to open the Table Setup dialog box. Here, you can modify various settings for each table, such as table caption, primary key, fields, lookup fields, user level, security, etc.


For this example, we will keep most of the default settings for both tables, except for changing the table captions to "Products" and "Categories", respectively. We will also change the field captions for some fields in both tables to make them more user-friendly.


After customizing the table settings, click on the Generate icon on the toolbar or select Tools > Generate from the menu to generate the scripts for your web application. You will see a dialog box where you can choose the output folder and options for generating the scripts.


For this example, we will use the default output folder and options for generating the scripts. Click on OK to start generating the scripts.


Step 4: Upload the Scripts and Test Your Web Application




The final step is to upload the scripts and test your web application on your web server. To do this, you will need to have a web server that supports PHP and MySQL installed on your computer or online hosting service.


For this example, we will use XAMPP, which is a free and open source cross-platform web server solution that includes Apache HTTP Server, MySQL database server, PHP interpreter, and Perl interpreter.


After installing XAMPP on your computer, you can copy and paste the output folder that contains the generated scripts from PHPMaker into the htdocs folder of XAMPP. Then, you can start XAMPP and open your web browser to access your web application by typing in the address bar.


You will see a login page where you can enter your user name and password to access your web application. The default user name and password are "admin" and "masterkey", respectively. You can change them later in the User Manager page of your web application.


After logging in, you will see a menu bar on the top of the page that allows you to navigate to different pages of your web application, such as List, Add, Edit, View, Delete, Search, Report, Chart, etc. You can also switch between the Products and Categories tables by clicking on the table names on the left panel of the page.


You can now test your web application by performing various actions on the data, such as adding, editing, deleting, searching, sorting, filtering, exporting, printing, etc. You can also customize the appearance and behavior of your web application by changing the settings in the Project Options page of PHPMaker.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to use e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions to create a dynamic web application that manages a list of products and categories. We have used MySQL as the database, but you can use any other supported database as well. We have also used XAMPP as the web server, but you can use any other web server that supports PHP and MySQL as well.


e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions is a powerful and easy-to-use tool that can generate PHP scripts from various databases in a matter of minutes. You can create dynamic web applications that allow users to view, edit, search, add and delete records on the web. You can also create summary reports, crosstabs reports, dashboards, charts, calendars, menus, and more with just a few clicks.


If you are interested in learning more about e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions or downloading a free trial version, you can visit their official website. You can also find more tutorials and examples on their website or YouTube channel. Here is the continuation of the article that I wrote for the keyword "e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions": How to Use e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions to Create a Dashboard Page




One of the features that e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions offers is the ability to create a dashboard page that displays various widgets that show the summary or overview of your data. You can create a dashboard page for your web application by following these steps:


  • Open your project in PHPMaker and select Tools > Dashboard from the menu.



  • You will see a dialog box where you can add, edit, delete, or reorder the widgets for your dashboard page. A widget is a small component that displays some information or data from your tables, such as a chart, a table, a gauge, a map, etc.



  • To add a new widget, click on the Add button and select the type of widget that you want to create from the drop-down list. You will see another dialog box where you can configure the settings for your widget, such as title, data source, fields, filters, options, etc.



  • For example, if you want to create a pie chart widget that shows the percentage of products in each category, you can select Chart as the widget type and then choose Pie as the chart type. Then, you can select products as the data source and category_id as the field. You can also change the color scheme, legend position, tooltip format, etc.



  • After configuring the settings for your widget, click on OK to save it and return to the dashboard dialog box. You can repeat this process to add more widgets to your dashboard page.



  • To edit an existing widget, select it from the list and click on the Edit button. You can modify the settings for your widget in the same way as adding a new one.



  • To delete an existing widget, select it from the list and click on the Delete button. You will be asked to confirm your action before deleting it.



  • To reorder the widgets on your dashboard page, select a widget from the list and use the Up or Down buttons to move it up or down in the order.



  • After adding, editing, deleting, or reordering the widgets for your dashboard page, click on OK to save your changes and close the dashboard dialog box.



  • Generate the scripts for your web application by clicking on the Generate icon on the toolbar or selecting Tools > Generate from the menu.



Now you have created a dashboard page for your web application that displays various widgets that show the summary or overview of your data. You can access your dashboard page by clicking on the Dashboard link on the menu bar of your web application. Here is the continuation of the article that I wrote for the keyword "e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions": How to Use e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions to Create a Calendar Page




Another feature that e.World Tech PHPMaker 2019.0.3.0 Extensions offers is the ability to create a calendar page that displays the events or records from your tables in a monthly, weekly, or daily view. You can create a calendar page for your web application by following these steps:


  • Open your project in PHPMaker and select Tools > Calendar from the menu.



  • You will see a dialog box where you can add, edit, delete, or reorder the calendars for your calendar page. A calendar is a component that displays the events or records from a table in a specific color and format.



To add a new calendar, click on the Add button and select the table that you want to use as the data source for your calendar from the drop-down list. You will see another dialog box where you can configure the settings for your calendar, such as title, color, sta


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