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Senza Limiti Acquires Ajax-based PHP Grid, Plans to Open Source It
September 14, 2006 @ 15:47:10

A press release has been published from Senza Limiti about their acquisition of the PHPScripts.se's Ajax-enabled DataGrid component and intentions to release it under both an Open Source license and a commercial license (like MySQL has done).

The PHP Grid is an Ajax-based table component that shows database information in a good looking, easy to use way. All user actions are performed in real time, on the client side, giving instant feedback and providing a desktop-like user experience. Among its features are Excel support and an automated print function that presents the table in a printable format. It also allows instant editing of database rows.

You can get the complete details on the component from these pages on Senza Limiti's website.

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Chris Shiflett's Blog:
OmniTI Acquires Brain Bulb
May 16, 2006 @ 14:01:05

According to this new post on Chris Shiflett's blog, his consultancy company has been scooped up by OmniTI, employer of several active members of the PHP community including George Schlossnagle, Theo Schlossnagle, Wez Furlong, and Laura Thomson.

I'm very excited to announce that OmniTI has acquired Brain Bulb, which basically means that I'm now a principal of OmniTI and get to work with some of the smartest and friendliest people around.

The combination of working with super smart people and getting to work on super cool and important stuff is a lot of fun. Want to join in on the fun? We're hiring PHP and Perl developers. (Knowing MySQL and PostgreSQL is also a big plus.)

There's also some comments blogged by George , Ben Ramsey, Wez, and an official press release for public consumption. Congrats to all parties involved - definitely a step in the right direction.

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