3.0.1 is awesome!
I'm impressed with v 3.0.1!
Nice work - any more examples?
Well impressed with polished and well commented code. I've been digging for an age for a simple OO Framework specifically addressing DB <-> Form comms in the PHP arena and yours was a welcome find.
Any links, suggestions of further examples along this line with your solution would be greatly appreciated!
Congrats on a slick product =)
One Class per File
Extremely usefull software for me. (I wished all PHP coders just coded one class in one file.) Anyway, the datalist widgets are now better than those in "Web Components". Last time I looked at PhpHtmlLib it was a reason not to start using it. With that widget it will be standard I suppose.
If I only could combine this approach with a template based approach... My intuition says it can be done. Haven't figured out how though. Your examples are clear enough.
Thanks for saving me a year of work...
nice work Walt, this is very nice. =]
Re: Some bugs:
Thanks for the link. I have resolved all of the
Issues that the w3c validator was complaining
about. Almost all of which were to do with the
web site and not with phmHtmlLib itself.
I'll be posting 1.0.1 with fixes and additions
later this week.
W3C validator page (http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fphphtmllib.sourceforge.net%2F&doctype=Inline)
This is a first release, but I would hope that any (and every) HTML output library that uses a doctype could follow the specifications (http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/).
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.