[Phpmyadmin-devel] Visual Query builder

Michael Keck sfnet at michaelkeck.de
Thu Apr 29 09:35:30 CEST 2010

Hi Ankit,

Am 29.04.2010 06:27, schrieb ANKIT GUPTA:
> Hi,
> Is there any documentation for the coding style/standards used for
> phpMyadmin,
> i want to get used to these standards.
> also if there  are other important points,things which i should know
> before starting code
> please do tell .
Coding Standards as described under

My additional wish:
Please comment your PHP Code and Javascript Code with standard doc-blocks:

    * for php with PHP-Doc
    * for Javascript with JS-Doc.

So it's possible to generate on the fly with some tools a documentation
from your
source code ;)

> i agree with marc,we should not keep visual query builder as a
> separate plugin and offer both as already installed.
> we can provide an option to users to switch between  db_qbe.php and
> visual query builder
> inside the "Query" tab.
Or would it be better: if Javascript and jQuery running using yours,
else using db_qbe.php?
> Yes i will be using JQuery,i was planning to use some features from
> the Designer part,
> for the styling use of standard styling will be better.
Okay, that's good.


> Regards,
> Ankit
> On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 12:38 AM, Marc Delisle <marc at infomarc.info
> <mailto:marc at infomarc.info>> wrote:
>     Michael Keck a écrit :
>     > Hi Marc,
>     >
>     > yes, I know and I would be happy if the new visual query builder is
>     > moved to our "standard" theming.
>     >
>     > What are you and other's thinking about this point and my follow
>     idea?
>     > Would it be better to use visual query builder as a type of
>     plugin, so
>     > users can choose if they want
>     > to use and install or not? Because I think, the basic query builder
>     > 'db_qbe.php' should still usable
>     > especially for browser which don't support javascripts.
>     ... and yes, db_qbe.php should stay for non-js browsers; but IMO, in
>     this case we should offer both already installed, like we do for
>     "Relation view" and "Designer" (but these don't have the same set of
>     sub-features).
>     --
>     Marc Delisle
>     http://infomarc.info
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