How to: Optimize layout of detail views by using tabs and inlining

In a new project there is a table for storing tasks. Next to information like “Subject” or “Due date” we store date time values for… When did the creator assign the task to an employee When did the assignee start working on that task When did the assignee finish the task Later on we can use those datetime values for calculating average runtimes. Im showing the steps I took to optimize the user interface by using AppGini Helper JavaScript library functions. Start: Default generated form This is the default tasks detail view form. All fields have been aligned vertically. Step …

Quotes in SQL commands

Have you ever wondered what quotes to use in SQL commands? There is a very short help-block on the topic “Quotes in SQL commands” at the bottom of our Troubleshooting-Guide. ` Backticks enclose table- or column-names ‘ Single Quotes enclose values (like numbers or strings)

Bugfix for “Inline Detail-View” Plugin 2019/12/17

Dear Early Adopters, there is an updated version available for download which fixes a bug in AppGini webserver installations where no other plugins have been installed. If you have installed more plugins than our “Inline Detail-View” Plugin, there is no need to update. The update can be downloaded via the download link that you received in the e-mail after your order. We apologize for the inconvenience! With kind regards,Jan

New Plugin: “Inline Detail-View”

We are happy to introduce a new plugin. With the “Inline Detail-View” plugin you can display data record details directly below the selected row in the table view. Together with the new “calculated fields” function, values can be calculated and displayed immediately after saving the details. After installation, the plugin can be enabled for each table separately by just one click. We hope that with our new plugin you can significantly increase the efficiency of data acquisition.

Daterange picker

Take two datetime fields and link them into an inline date range picker with just a single line of javascript code (+our AppGini Helper JS Library of course). Here is the Documentation and there is an AppGini Forum Post.

Release 2019/11

A new version of our AppGini Helper JavaScript Library was released today. Very special highlights are waiting for you. I would like to highlight the brand new, custom tabs in input forms … … as well as the option to have individual links or buttons in each line of the tables: As a customers having purchased an update-option you can download latest version via your existing login. Important changeFrom this version on, for technical reasons, we have renamed the library from AppGiniHelper.mine.js to AppGiniHelper.min.js. Please update the include in hooks/header-extras.php. You can order the library here. There is a Black-Friday …

New Website for AppGini Helper

As the amount of information about our AppGini Helper library grew, it was time to set up an own website. From now on you will receive all information on Please noteThe pages on the previous homepage will be deleted from there in the next few weeks. Redirects will be set up. Please adjust your links if necessary.