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    Arrow Programs similar to Codecharge around?

    Hi,

    I'm not a coder so codecharge's code generator and its visual application seems convenient for me. Before I commit and buy the software, I'm just wondering if there are similar programs to codecharge (Or even, similar tools like that Zerocode.com provides) that you have used before. (specifically looking applications like this that suits for PHP & MySQL)

    Thank you very much for your advice and help.
    Kayenumb
    Last edited by kayenumb; Jul 10, 2003 at 09:22.

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    dreamweaver mx might be something to look into.

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    I see that IDE for both dreamweaver MX and codecharge are similar. However, does dreamweaver MX also supports application and query builder as shown below? (In a way, they look very similar to MS access.)

    http://www.codecharge.com/studio/tour/images/pw2.gif
    http://www.codecharge.com/studio/tour/images/pw3.gif
    http://www.codecharge.com/studio/tour/images/qb1.gif
    http://www.codecharge.com/studio/tour/images/qb4.gif

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    don't know...

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    Codecharge is more of a code generator than an IDE from my limited experience with the product. It does seem to put out reliable code in many different languages, but IMO it should be used in conjunction with an IDE like Dreamweaver or Visual Studio.NET and not as a replacement.

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    Aye Vgarcia. After reading more about it, it supports direct integration with Dreamweaver, frontpage or other that you wish to use. Pretty handy indeed.

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    You might consider CGIScripter . It is easier to use, less expensive and available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows.

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    I use Codejay to create database driven web reports and administration
    for my websites.I think is a great product.
    See what i mean: http://www.codejay.com


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