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    Hi All,

    I've got a general query and I'm looking for some opinion. I'm re-designing a fairly involved registration and score reporting system for a sports league that is written predominantly in php and draws from a mysql database. I wrote the initial system (which is still in use today and much-loved) but my coding and skills have advanced a lot since that first attempt.

    I'm hoping that version 2.0 will be a significantly improved version of 1.0 which is tempermental and requires a lot of direct input into the database tables.

    My question is: how do you recommend that I handle front-end application administration (CRUD + Administrative functions like adding sports and changing the name of a league). That is to say, I want the owner of the sports league to be able to "administer" his application without ever having to go near the actual mysql database.

    Is hard-coding my best option? Should I be using something different than PHP? What about plug-ins, 3rd party apps, or frameworks? Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Wordpress with some nice addons would be the best options.
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    • #3
      Almost all the modern web sites use databases. MySql is probably the most used database for web application. There are many web tools that interact with MySQL, PHPMyAdmin is a great example. But the problem is they are very complex for non expert user. That is why I decided to create user friendly web application for basic management of MySQL.
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      • #4
        Thanks for your replies.

        I spent a long time looking and I believe AJAXCrud (http://www.ajaxcrud.com) is exactly what I need. Highly customizable mysql editor that allows relationships etc. Mindblowing.

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