[Phpmyadmin-devel] Project suggestion - AJAX Improvement in GUI - Google SoC

Meher Anand meheranandk at gmail.com
Sat Mar 20 13:50:09 CET 2010

Yes of course. Anything that is as good as Query Browser or even better will
be great, even if it didn't replicate the look and feel :-) .

I have another query. One of the websites that I developed which uses Jquery
and Ajax heavily is a secure portal for my University alumni. I, however,
feel that a demonstration of it will greatly improve my chances for my
application. I would like to know if there is anyway that I can demonstrate
the application to the mentors using either a temporary id on the portal or
give just a short write-up on the website features and design.

Meher Anand

On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 5:49 PM, Marc Delisle <marc at infomarc.info> wrote:

> Meher Anand a écrit :
> > Hi all.
> >
> > I came across the project idea of improving the UI of phpMyAdmin. As a
> user,
> > I wanted a lot of improvement myself since I deal with large databases
> and
> > the current UI slows down my work by a great deal. I have been using
> JQuery
> > for more than a year now and I've become pretty good at it. I was
> wondering
> > if one could use JQuery entirely for to make the front end resemble MySQL
> > Query Browser, an application that I use a lot for my database work when
> > there are no 3306 firewalling issues. Please do let me know if I can
> proceed
> > with this idea for my Google SoC application.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
> > Meher Anand
> >
> Hello,
> Using jQuery is the way we are going with phpMyAdmin, however I don't
> think it's a good idea to replicate the interface of another product
> into phpMyAdmin. There can be similarities, of course, but the interface
> looks of a product is part of this product and we would not like to be
> sued by Oracle...
> --
> Marc Delisle
> http://infomarc.info
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