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If you are a freelance PHP/ajax developer and wish to support the ajaxCRUD tool and project, please post your name on this forum.

Additionally, we invite you to reach out to anyone who posts on the forum with needs that go beyond the native functionality of the current tool. If you feel you can assist (for free or for a fee) you are welcome to bid on their project(s)



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