[Phpmyadmin-devel] Interested in Two Projects for GSOC 2011

HasithaAb habeykoon.uom at gmail.com
Wed Feb 23 17:28:01 CET 2011

Hi Mark,

I looked into jQuery UI and jQuery platform which was available from 
http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/ http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/ 
It is actually a nice bundle of controls for web interfaces. There are many
options to be played around with jQuery UI. As a start, I followed the
following tutorial to build a GUI from which auto completes data as we type
from the MySQL database. 


Now I’m learning how to customize the standard controls available in jQuery
UI and use it in the way I desire. I think if these controls were available
on phpMyAdmin interface, I honestly think it would be a great way of
attracting end users. 

I would like to get a high level overview on how controls are bound to the
code of PhpMyAdmin. I also learnt GIT  and downloaded the code from

Hasitha Abeykoon,
University of Moratuwa,
Sri Lanka

Marc Delisle-2 wrote:
> HasithaAb a écrit :
>> I am Hasitha Abeykoon who is a final year Computer science and
>> Engineering
>> undergraduate from University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. 
> (...)
>> Please direct me on the technologies and any documents that I need to
>> refer
>> in order to learn more about GUI Designing and binding between the
>> Interface
>> and core of phpMyAdmin.
> jQuery and jQueryUI.
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