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This is the root of the INTER-Mediator source repository.

INTER-Mediator is new style web application framework. You can develop easily, and realize your ideals. You just describe table and field names in any HTML elements, and these are bond to database, showing values moreover automatically update with editing. If you want to implement more complex logic, you can write programs both client and server sides.

All information can be available at:

Sample pages within this repository are published at below, and anyone can see sample pages working with database. You don't have to deploy the samples if you just want to see this at a glance.

The demo with the latest version of INTER-Mediator is here:

This demo page works on INTER-Mediator Ver.5.x (Milestone version). INTER-Mediator Ver.6 was quite different from previous versions. So we have called the Milestone version for the final release of Ver.5.



  • Masayuki Nii
  • Atsushi Matsuo
  • Kiyonori Ito
  • Kentaro Suzuki
  • Nobuo Hayashi
  • Kazuaki Osawa
  • Hiroko Oki
  • Tomomitsu Baba
  • Motofumi Iijima

Special Thanks to:

  • Candy
  • Katsunori Eda
  • Naomi Hamaji
  • Masakatsu Inamoto
  • Yukihiko Kobayashi
  • Akinori Mizoguchi
  • Hiromi Morita
  • Yukio Murakami
  • Kenzo Nakata
  • Shin Ninagawa
  • Osamu Noda
  • Tomoyuki Sugihara
  • Paul Takemura
  • Hiroyasu Tanaka
  • Takanori Taniguchi
  • Kozue Uriu
  • Kenji Utsumi
  • Takayoshi Wada
  • Tsutomu Yuasa

Driven by INTER-Mediator Directive Committee

  • Masayuki Nii
  • Atsushi Matsuo
  • Nobuo Hayashi
  • Motofumi Iijima
  • Miyuki Imaizumi

The information about INTER-Mediator Directive Committee is below:


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

The GitHub application might be comfortable for command-line unfamiliar people.