A kind of simple inventory management application that looks like it would be usable for hobbyists.
Part-DB is an Open-Source inventory managment system for your electronic components. It is installed on a web server and so can be accessed with any browser without the need to install additional software.
The version in this Repository is a complete rewrite of the legacy Part-DB (Version < 1.0) based on a modern framework. In the moment it lacks some features from the old Part-DB and the testing and documentation is not finished. Part-DB is in undergoing development, that means features and appearance can change, and the software can contain bugs.
Installation instructions are in the README file.
Dolt is a SQL database that you can fork, clone, branch, merge, push and pull just like a git repository. Connect to Dolt just like any MySQL database to run queries or update the data using SQL commands. Use the command line interface to import CSV files, commit your changes, push them to a remote, or merge your teammate's changes.
All the commands you know for Git work exactly the same for Dolt. Git versions files, Dolt versions tables. It's like Git and MySQL had a baby.
Dolt ships with a MySQL compatible database server built in.
Passky is simple password manager which works on a zero trust architecture. That means only user will be able to decrypt his passwords. So users can safely store their passwords on any server. That means if a server on where all passwords are stored get hacked, hacker won't be able to decrypt passwords and data on this server will be useless for him.
Dockerized webshit, but can be run outside of that context using official instructions for doing so.
REST API only. There are multiple clients for mobile devices, browser addons, and even a webapp.
A webapp for administering Asterisk from a web browser. Written in PHP. Worked on recently. Asterisk's API doesn't change very much so there probably doesn't need to be. Backed by MySQL. No obvious documentation so it'll need to be messed with to get installed.
A curated list of awesome MySQL software, libraries, tools and resources.
A f/oss wiki with a much nicer UI than Mediawiki. Built on top of the Laravel framework, uses MySQL as its back end. Runs more like a book or notepad than a wiki (books -> chapters -> pages), so it has a really clean UI. Full search. WYSIWYG editor, but is also Markdown enabled. Relatively lightweight, doesn't require a huge server, just a bitty box. Local auth as well as the usual socnets.
Self hosted recipe management webapp. Create, store, share, document recipes. Uses Django as its framework. Designed with a small group of people (like a family) in mind. Automatically generates shopping lists. Quickly print recipes.
Has docs explicitly for running without Docker: https://github.com/open-eats/OpenEats/blob/master/docs/Running_the_App_Without_Docker.md
Has a REST API.
A distributed database that speaks MySQL's dialect of SQL and wire protocol on the front end, and is a fully distributed database system on the back end. Automatically shards databases efficiently. Implements ACID compliant distributed transactions for consistency.
A utility that works like the top utility of Unix machines, only it watches MySQL threads to tell you what they're doing and how busy they are. Useful for figuring out where your apps are bogging down.
An excellent blog post on what to do if your MySQL database server isn't working right because an InnoDB table has been corrupted. I've used this process myself and it works like a charm. Knowledge of MySQL in particular and RDBMSes in general is required.
A single-file database administration utility written in PHP. Supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MS SQL, and Oracle database servers. Formerly phpMyAdmin. Seems to let you do everything you could do from a database shell. Session-aware. Has plugins for a number of popular web apps to help you fix their databases should you need to. Easily themeable, just drop a new CSS file into the directory Adminer is installed in.
Selfoss is a personal RSS feed reader written in PHP. The idea is that you install it into a subdirectory of your website or on your laptop, configure it, and use it to read RSS feeds in the same way that you'd use Google Reader (RIP). Can be easily extended with plugins. Supports mobile devices as well as desktop web browsers. Can also import existing OPML feeds (like Google Reader's) to populate the database with what you read. Tiny - 2MB in size.
My Little Forum is a lightweight forum application written in PHP and using MySQL as its back-end. Its appearance is very lightweight and clean so users can focus on using it and not figuring out how to navigate it.
A Perl script that logs into a MySQL database server (with or without credentials), analyzes it, and makes suggestions to optimize its performance.
A web control panel for openvpn. Lets you manage users, search and visualize logs, manage accounts, download certs and config files. Requires a basic, uncustomized install of OpenVPN. Can be updated in realtime with a shell script.
Kareha doesn't use a database, Wakaba does.