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Is there a generator or frontend for MYSQL databases for crud operations like in Microsoft Access?
Posted by: pedro gonzalez
Date: October 17, 2019 02:28AM

Hello,

You know that good old Microsoft Access database: On Windows, you can create forms with subforms, views, etc. You can browse trough all the records using forms, edit data, etc.

It is easy and straightforward; So, I'd like to achieve similar functionality with my MYSQL database on my apache website; Is there some web-form generator or frontend to generate similar interface like Microsoft Access, but in web pages residing on my 'contracted' linux web server with apache on it ? (if it's also responsive it would do better).

I'm Looking for a semi-automated tool; I don't want to develop the whole thing myself.

I imagine that something have to exist that, let's say, generates a basic form from table CUSTOMERS, and then you can edit it in a web-based form designer...

And I suppose, as MYSQL is so popular, that it MUST EXIST, and that it shoud be free alternatives there... Am I wrong ?

Thanks !

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