Published: 15-10-2012 | Author: Remy van Elst | Text only version of this article
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Codename Geld is a finance manager written in PHP. It uses a JSON text file for the values and the visual side is created with the excellent HTML5 Kickstart framework by Joshua Gatcke.
I'm developing a desktop monitoring app, Leaf Node Monitoring, open source, but paid. For Windows, Linux & Android, go check it out.
Consider sponsoring me on Github. It means the world to me if you show your appreciation and you'll help pay the server costs.
You can also sponsor me by getting a Digital Ocean VPS. With this referral link you'll get $100 credit for 60 days.
It is not as fancy as mint.com or gnucash, so if you need advanced features (multiple accounts for example) you might want to use another piece of software. Also, the code is quite messy.
- Fixed 5 foreach loop bugs.
- Fixed 3 array sorting bugs.
- Balance from previous month now shown in new month.
- Fixed bug with sorting items and stores
- Changed json storage to store transactions and stores separately
- Fixed a few translations
- Added theme support (pink and blue for now).
- l18n support via language files
- Initial release
- Monthly overview of income and expenses.
- Yearly overview of income and expenses.
- Uses a JSON database, backup is very easy (copy the json file).
- Unlimited stores and transactions.
- Multi-language, dutch and english and translations are easy to add.
- Lightweight on the server side.
- After adding or changing or deleting values you get redirected to the inex page instead of the page you came from.
Download zip file: https://github.com/RaymiiOrg/Codename_Geld/zipball/master and unzip to webroot (/var/www).
Make sure json file is writable by webserver: chown www-data:www-date geld.json
- (Or, chmod 777 geld.json if you are lazy)
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Raymii.org: https://raymii.org/cms/p Codename Geld HTML5 Kickstart: