Many more tutorials will be coming over the next couple months.
This is a quick demo showing how the Wizards Toolkit Builder works.
By putting in basic SQL information into the Wizards Toolkit Builder, like the table name, unique identifying column, and columns you want to see and update, the WTK Builder will generate fully functioning PHP pages which are easily editable. The pages handle listing, viewing, editing and saving of data. What’s not seen is it also handles logging what changes were made to an update-log data table.
Using the Wizards Toolkit low-code library I show how quickly you can build both a Browse List and Update Form.
For the update page I show how easy it is to edit it so it uses JScolor to allow picking colors in a very user-friendly manner. I was in a hurry to make these pages so went at my normal pace instead of explaining everything I was doing. A more detailed tutorial will be available later.