Cristian Mircea Messel
mess110 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 28 13:08:15 CEST 2010
There are a lot of places where phpmyadmin would benefit from ajax. Some of
(a more detailed list with time planning will be included in the
- when we have a database selected and we see the tables in the database.
the values that are there could be updated with the help of ajax so we don't
have to refresh the page every time
- SQL queries could benefit from ajax. maybe a query bar at the bottom of
i made a poll for my classmates (they all use phpMyAdmin) to ask them where
do they think they would like dynamically loaded content (without refreshing
the page... results will be shown when I have them all)
When it comes to time planning I have experience with SCRUM and AUP and for
this I think I will use a customized AUP (because its scalable) with
On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 6:56 PM, Marc Delisle <marc at infomarc.info> wrote:
> mess110 at gmail.com a écrit :
> > Hi all
> > My name is Cristian Mircea Messel and I am perusing my bachelor in IT
> > Engineering at VIA University Denmark.
> > I have been using phpMyAdmin for ages now, ever since I found out what a
> > database is. I am really interested in php and mysqla development, them
> > being the main fields I worked in.
> > Several ideas caught my eye: User interface cleanup, oop and ajax. I
> > have previous experience in developing a forum that also wasn't oop. And
> > converted some of it but that was a long time ago. Also I worked in
> > developing the front end for some audio hardware, where ajax programming
> > was required. The idea is that phpMyAdmin helped me in a lot of ways and
> > now I see a clear pathway for me to give something back.
> > A link to my blog: blog.welcome-to-the-world.com
> > (not that popular)
> > After reading a little more on phpMyAdmin I will post the questions I
> > Best regards,
> > Cristian
> Hello Cristian,
> any specific place you think phpMyAdmin would benefit from AJAX?
> Remember that your proposal will need to contain a precise plan for
> these 12 weeks of full-time summer project.
> Marc Delisle
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