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    2006-05-21

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    PHP Object Generator
    POG (PHP Object Generator) saves the PHP developer time by generating tested and efficient PHP Objects. The programming pattern behind POG is Object-Relational Mapping also known as Active Record or Persistence Layer. Above all else, the generated code has been designed to be extremely clean, easy to understand and use.

    Put simply, whenever you're programming with PHP and a database, POG will help accelerate your development. POG generates PHP classes which map to tables in your database. The database used can be any one of the following: MySQL, Firebird, SQL Server, SQLite, PostgreSQL


    By : joelwan

    POG has a web-based interface and requires a web server and PHP 4+ to run. Installation is straightforward:

    Unzip contents of zip file into a directory on your server.

    Then simply point your browser to the url corresponding to the directory location.

    You can then start generating PHP Objects.

    A working demo can be found at http://www.phpobjectgenerator.com

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