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I'm aware of the WP_List_Table class (which has helped tremendously as it stands).

However, I'm hunting for something even more capable - some form of API whereby you could simply 'register' a MySQL table, pass field_name => label translations, and all the hard graft (menu links, table-generation, pagination, column sorting) & possibly data exporting (CSV etc.) is done for you automagically!

I know this is an extremely specific request, but I thought it was worth asking. If anyone knows of anything remotely similar, please speak up! Heck, if there's nothing out there at the moment, I might just build it myself if this raises interest...

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This sounds like a very interesting project. Probably best if in some way connected to WP_List_Table, either as a sub class or a copy. One other thing to consider is a related mysql meta table. –  Deryk Wenaus Jan 3 '12 at 20:27
    
I don't know of anything like this, and it sure sounds like a fascinating project. If you decide to start something open source and want any help, I'd love to contribute! –  Matthew Boynes Jan 30 '12 at 1:25
    
Upvoted to raise your rep points from 4,999 > 5k+ - Good Q also. –  kaiser Feb 3 '12 at 0:33
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https://github.com/scribu/wp-scb-framework/wiki

This guy has built what you are looking for I believe. He's a core-contributor and his code is top notch. And the project is open on github, so even better right?

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Thanks for the link - I'd actually checked out this library before, impressive bit of a kit, but not quite what I'm after (it's a great API for, among many things, database table & admin page creation, but not the whole kit and kaboodle ;) –  TheDeadMedic Feb 17 '12 at 0:52
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