PHPLarge :: FuzzyOffice :: Cover
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Table of Contents

  1. Preface: Why We Released this With the Gnu Free Documentation License (status=done)
  2. Genesis
  3. Constraints
  4. Starting Most Small: An Event Driven Approach to PHP - SCOTTSRADIO.COM
  5. Starting Even Smaller: Events, Login, Database, Bookmarklets - BLOGREADER.COM
  6. Starting Smaller: An Event Driven Approach to PHP - Part 1 - BLOGSIG.COM
  7. Starting Small: An Event Driven Approach to PHP - Part 1 - PHPBLOG.COM
  8. Starting Small: An Event Driven Approach to PHP - Part 2 - PHPBLOG.COM
  9. Sidebar: Design Geek to Web Geek
  10. Sidebar: Some Basic Unix Part 1: Secure File Transfer: SCP
  11. Sidebar: Some Common Linux Examples
    (status=continually in progress)
  12. Sidebar: Some Common SQL Examples
    (status=continually in progress)
  13. Tasks: Rethinking Todo Lists in an Age of Distributed Virtual Teams and Cross Organization Projects
  14. Understanding FuzzyOffice
  15. User Case 1: Sam - "The Geek"
  16. User Case 2: Gwen - "The Organized One"
  17. User Case 3: Karen - "The Client"
  18. Application: Contacts
  19. Application: IMSaver
  20. Application: Calendar
  21. Application: Tasks
  22. Application: Email
  23. Application: BatchMail
  24. Application: MassMail
  25. Application: Docs
  26. Application: Help
  27. System Stuff 1: Implementing an Event Log
  28. System Stuff 2: Implementing a Small Help System
  29. Taking Meta Steps 1: Translation with the fo_strings Table
  30. Taking Meta Steps 2: Translation with the fo_html Table
  31. Taking Meta Steps 3: Using the Database to Store Validation Rules, the fo_tables Table
  32. Simplifying My URL Approach
  33. Appendices
Copyright (c) 2002, J. Scott Johnson. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections being, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled "

Appendix 1 - Terms of Use".

Note: I'm new to writing a Free Documentation statement and the above might not be perfect.  For the materials in the links below that are not marked as Copyright (C) J. Scott Johnson, their owners own their own copyright and are not covered by the GNU FDL unless explicitly stated as such.

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