PHP Scripts to build plain Forms from mySql databases. Supports database linking and droplists through the <<field>>_id format.
I gave this 3 stars because it requires some source code modification to make it work with current versions of PHP and MYSQL, and for me some additional modifications to make it work in Windows 10.  The source assumes "register_globals" option in php.ini is turned on, but this option no longer exists in PHP5 or 7. This means all references to form data need to be changed to use $_POST and $_GET variables, including in the generated output, and PHP_AUTH_USER and PHP_AUTH_PW need to be changed to use $_SERVER. These are fairly tedious modifications to make.  The source makes use of system() calls that use Unix-only commands. I had to replace all of the system() calls with native PHP function calls so that things like creating and deleting files worked.  There were a few issues with path names and specifying the folder where files should be written that had to be worked out. __I love the concept of this project- very simple yet very useful for putting the user interface on a personal database project. __I installed it on Windows 10 with Apache2, MYSQL5.7, and PHP5.6. I used MySQL Workbench to create my database schema and design and link the tables. All I needed was a simple web front-end for data entry, and phpMyBuilder did exactly what I wanted.