Ladder PHP: Manage objects stored MySQL database dynamically

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This package can be used to manage objects stored in a MySQL database dynamically.

It creates table that will contain the metadata of all types of objects to be stored in the database.

The tables of each application class can be created dynamically. This package can save and retrieve objects of the created classes.

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functions.cls Aux. These are basic functions used by most pages and Ladder
Install.php Aux. This installs Ladder into your SQL database
Install_Functions.php Aux. This provides a common set of functions to facilitate installing classes into Ladder.
Ladder_Folder.cls Class Provides a container construct
Ladder_Globals.cls Class Globals used by Ladder
Ladder_Item.cls Class Provides a property construct
Ladder_Ladder.cls Class Primary Container Class
Ladder_Properties.cls Class Basic Construct for other Classes
Ladder_Reference.cls Class Provides a pointer construct
SQLEncode.inc Doc. This contains the SQLEncode Command
_app.inc Example Links into Ladder and calls your page

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