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Nexty 1.0 Released

By • Apr 30th, 2007 • Category: PHP, Scripts, Web Development

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Remember Nexty, the easy to use to-Do list manager using GTD principles? Well, that is ready for public release.

Nexty is a easy to use GTD tool created in PHP. It can be installed in a local server or in a online web server. The core idea behind this software is simplicity. I wanted to make a GTD tool that is the most easy to use.

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The next project is ready – watch this space for its announcement.


7 Responses »

  1. Raj says:

    Wonderful! It’s very simple and easy to use. I would like to help you make it look better by doing some CSS work. I have sent you an email with initial suggestions, after you think it’s ok, I will work on CSS and keep sending you updates.

  2. Binny V A says:

    Thanks Raj! Got your mail, made the changes.

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  7. Jiss says:

    Hi Binny,

    I sort of stumbled upon this website and was wondering if you could help me with a PHP issue. I have an “iframe”(html) embedded into my parent PHP file. The iframe holds another PHP file that needs to be displayed. I would like to pass(..automatically..on page load), the parent URL to the iframe, so that it can act upon the variables in that URL. I searched the web for a week..still cant find a solution. Please help me with this issue by letting me know if there is any way to automatically pass the parent URL to the iframe. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance!!

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