Web front end for databases
Gedafe (Generic Database Front-End) is an application independent end-user web front-end for databases. This means that the front-end has no information about the structure and contents of the database. All application logic along with meta-information on how to present the data, is put into the database. The front-end gathers this information and uses it to build the user interface. This greatly reduces development time since you only have to develop the application at the database level; the web front-end comes for free.
DocumentationUser guide available in HTML format from http://isg.ee.ethz.ch/tools/gedafe/doc/gedafe-user.en.html; Database guide available in HTML format from http://isg.ee.ethz.ch/tools/gedafe/doc/gedafe-sql.en.html
released on 22 April 2004
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