Has anyone developed a card-based app based on the kind of design paradigm discussed in this post?
Sorry but I’m really looking for someone who has worked with Fountain, not Wordpress, as I have already created a Wordpress add-in for screenwriting (its called sceneclass and was coded by Nick Ohrn).
Does anyone have any experience of integrating the Fountain (see fountain.io) markdown language for screenplays into a PHP app?
I’m imagining a monthly calendar wall that you drag the dots onto and then label the event name, time etc. Might be a cool new UI for event management?
Sorry guys – I have found a kickstarter clone script I can modify for my needs so this request is closed.
Thanks. As one of the links you provided says:
The big downside of this method is that you need to modify the query if a category is added. This can be solved though by dynamically creating the query in a PHP script.
That’s what I’m looking for…
Yes…Pentaho is one of the 3rd party open source report writers that do crosstabs. The paid for PHP Report Maker even generates the php code for you. I’m just looking for a php script specifically for crosstabs rather than a whole report writing tool.
I think you’ve misunderstood what I’m looking for. I can already generate crosstabs in sql without the use of navicat or any other tool other than sql itself.
I’m looking for a php script that can generate and display crosstabs based on setting a handful of parameters in the code. Lots of report writers, Excel etc. can generate crosstabs directly from a database but I’m after a php script to do this so I can integrate it into a site without the need for a 3rd party tool, exporting to Excel etc.
Looking to pay for for a simple parameter driven crosstab generator in php that cross tabulates data across two mysql tables with a FK relation e.g
product down the side (ROW) location across the top (COL) SUM (e.g. amount) OR COUNT (e.g. matches) in the intersection (CELL)
So there’s a product table (for xtab row names) and a sales table with a product_id (FK) column (for the xtab join) and a location column (for the xtab columns – that may be a foreign key to a location table) and an amount column (for the xtab SUM )
If you’re familiar with crosstabs you’ll know what I mean…