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Quick Tables for Showing & Updating DB Data

DHTMLX library is getting closer to people who do not want or do not know how to write the code, but need to have something for showing/updating data they store in the database. Even programmers sometimes need this to minimize the time spent on routine tasks.

With the help of DHX Quick Tables, you get necessary number of web pages with tables linked to the database records. Two entries are available: for guests (just view the tables) and for administrator (view, edit, add/delete pages). Thus, you can put it on the backend of your database-driven site and be able to access and update data.

JS Quick Table

Or you can show resulting table on your website, if tabulated data is what you need. Visitors will be able to navigate through the huge amount of records, sort and filter the information. In the next build of the tool we’ll also add printing and other nice features. DHX Quick Tables is distributed under GNU GPL for free.

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License: GPL License
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