Hier gibt es eine deutsche Version dieser README
Attention: After upgrading to the current version, the command
php composer.phar install must be run to make Part-DB work!
If this is not possible, the folder `vendor/'
Part-DB must be copied from a working Part-DB install with composer.
Part-DB is a web-based database for managing electronic components. Since access is via the Web browser, you must install Part-DB on a Web server. Afterwards, the software can be used with any standard browser and operating system without the need to install any additional software.
- Indication of storage locations, footprints, categories, suppliers, data sheets, prices, order numbers,...
- Assembly management
- Upload of component images
- Automatic display of footprint images
- Statistics on the entire warehouse
- Parts to be ordered, parts without price and parts no longer available.
- List of manufacturer logos
- Information on SMD marking of resistors, capacitors and coils
- Resistance calculator
- Barcode generator for Part and storelocations and scan function for barcodes
- Various included themes
- 3D Footprints
- Support of BBCode, in the part's description and comment
- Search by regular expressions
- List of all parts in a storage location, with a specific footprint or manufacturer
- Automatic generation of a table with part properties from the description field.
- uses HTML5, mobile view
- User system with fine permission system
- Statistics system with graphes
- Web server with approx. 20MB space (without footprint images or 3D models)
- PHP >= 5.4.0, with PDO, mbstring and gettext (intl and curl recommended)
- MySQL/MariaDB database
Installation instructions & documentation
All documentation including installation instructions can be found here: https://github.com/do9jhb/Part-DB/wiki
A test database can be found at http://part-db.bplaced.net/part-en.
Part-DB is also available in German: For this purpose, the setting Language must be selected in the settings or during the Installation on [de_DE] Deutsch (Deutschland).
If you want to participate in the translation (especially for languages other than English), then this can be done here.