How to Make an Awesome Inventory Management Application in PHP and MySQL

How to Make an Awesome Inventory Management Application in PHP and MySQL

You do not need bloated enterprise software to effectively track your inventory. This tutorial will help you develop your own custom inventory tracking application so you can make smart inventory decisions based on timely and accurate inventory data.

You do not need bloated enterprise software to effectively track your inventory. This tutorial will help you develop your own custom inventory tracking application so you can make smart inventory decisions based on timely and accurate inventory data.

System Requirements

Our Inventory System requires the standard commercial phpGrid and phpChart license. It needs a few advanced features from both components.

  • PHP 5.3+(PHP 7.x is now highly recommended!)
  • MySQL / MariaDB
  • phpGrid
  • phpChart (for reports)

What is in an Inventory Management System

An inventory management system has several critical components. At its core, inventory control works by tracking the two main functions of a warehouse: receiving (incoming) and shipping (outgoing). Other activities such as the movement or relocation of inventory also take place. Raw materials are decremented and finished goods are incremented.

  • PHP 5.3+(PHP 7.x is now highly recommended!)
  • MySQL / MariaDB
  • phpGrid
  • phpChart (for reports)

Inventory System Database Design

Typically, an inventory system has four basic elements: products, purchases, orders, and suppliers. Each element must be tracked based on its location, SKU, and quantity. Current inventory, or products on hand, is updated by tracking incoming shipments and outgoing orders. Order alerts can be set to trigger when inventory levels fall below custom-defined minimum levels.

Setting up the Inventory Manager Database

Download the InventoryManager.sql SQL script from this tutorial’s GitHub repo, and then execute the script using a MySQL tool such as MySQL Workbench. This will create a new database named InventoryManager as well as the tables needed for this tutorial.

A Side Note on ZenBase

The Inventory Management System is also one of the many application templates readily available at ZenBase (built on the top of phpGrid) for anyone — with or without coding skills — to use and customize for their own needs.

Set up phpGrid

Let’s move on.

We will use a datagrid component by phpGrid to handle all internal database CRUD (Create, Remove, Update, and Delete) operations.

Be sure to download a copy of phpGrid before you proceed.

To install phpGrid, follow these steps:

  1. Unzip the phpGrid download file.
  2. Upload the phpGrid folder to the phpGrid folder.
  3. Complete the installation by configuring the conf.php file.

Before we begin coding, we must include the following information in conf.php, the phpGrid configuration file.

define('PHPGRID_DB_HOSTNAME', 'localhost'); //  host name
define('PHPGRID_DB_USERNAME', 'root'); // database user name
define('PHPGRID_DB_PASSWORD', ''); // database password
define('PHPGRID_DB_NAME', 'InventoryManager'); // our donation manager database name
define('PHPGRID_DB_TYPE', 'mysql'); // database type
define('PHPGRID_DB_CHARSET','utf8'); // always 'utf8' in MySQL

Creating the User Interface (UI)

Our inventory system comprises four pages:

  • PHP 5.3+(PHP 7.x is now highly recommended!)
  • MySQL / MariaDB
  • phpGrid
  • phpChart (for reports)

Menus

The include file for the menu is stored in an inc folder named menu.php. The code for the menu is straightforward. For the sake of focus, we will not go into great detail. Feel free to look at the code inside the inc folder.

We have also added a menu item named Reports.

Pages

We will use the same page template we used for the CRM and Project Management tutorials.

Current Inventory

Let’s start with the Current Inventory page.

Incoming purchases increase the inventory while outgoing orders decrease it. From a master-detail perspective, the Current Inventory has not one, but two detail datagrids — the Purchases (incoming purchases) and the Orders(outgoing orders).

So the Current Inventory page is composed of one master grid (the Current Inventory in stock) and two detail grids (Incoming Purchases and Outgoing Orders). We can easily present these relationships using the phpGrid one master and multiple detail datagrids feature.

If you have read the last tutorial Building a Donation Manager from Scratch, you will have no problem following the code below.

Note the use of the setcolformat() function used to format the integers.

$dgProd = new C_DataGrid('SELECT * FROM products', 'id', 'products');
$dgProd->set_col_hidden('id', false);
$dgProd->enable_autowidth(true)->set_dimension('auto', '200px')->set_pagesize(100);

$dgProd->set_col_title('ProductName', 'Name');
$dgProd->set_col_title('PartNumber', 'Part Number');
$dgProd->set_col_title('ProductLabel', 'Label');
$dgProd->set_col_title('StartingInventory', 'Starting Inventory');
$dgProd->set_col_title('InventoryReceived', 'Inventory Received');
$dgProd->set_col_title('InventoryShipped', 'Inventory Shipped');
$dgProd->set_col_title('InventoryOnHand', 'Inventory On Hand');
$dgProd->set_col_title('MinimumRequired', 'Minimum Required');

$dgProd->set_col_format('StartingInventory', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->set_col_format('InventoryReceived', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->set_col_format('InventoryShipped', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->set_col_format('InventoryOnHand', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->set_col_format('MinimumRequired', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->enable_edit('FORM');

That’s it for the Current Inventory datagrid. Here’s what it looks like so far:

Now, let’s make a few changes to enhance our Product datagrid.

First of all, we will add some conditional formatting: whenever the InventoryOnHand is set to zero or a negative value, it is displayed using a different background color. We will use the setconditionalformat() function for this purpose.

$dgProd->set_conditional_format(
    'InventoryOnHand', 'CELL', 
        array("condition"=>"lt",
          "value"=>"1",
          "css"=> array("color"=>"red","background-color"=>"#DCDCDC")));

The above code adds a display condition so that whenever the InventoryOnHand field has a value that is less than (lt) one, the text color changes to red and the background color to dark gray (#DCDCDC).

Secondly, whenever the InventoryOnHand is less than the value shown in MinimumRequired, we would like to alert the user by displaying it in a prominent background color such as gold. To compare values between two fields, we must switch to Javascript because the set_conditional_format()function only works with a single field.

The code below uses a for loop to iterate through each row in the Productsdatagrid. It compares the inventoryOnHand with theminimumRequired and, when the condition is met, it will use thesetCell function to change the background color.

$onGridLoadComplete = <<<ONGRIDLOADCOMPLETE
function(status, rowid)
{
    var ids = jQuery("#products").jqGrid('getDataIDs');
    for (var i = 0; i < ids.length; i++)
    {
        var rowId = ids[i];
        var rowData = jQuery('#products').jqGrid ('getRowData', rowId);

        var inventoryOnHand = $("#products").jqGrid("getCell", rowId, "InventoryOnHand");
        var minimumRequired = $("#products").jqGrid("getCell", rowId, "MinimumRequired");

        // compare two dates and set custom display in another field "status" 
        console.log(inventoryOnHand + " | " + minimumRequired);
        if(parseInt(inventoryOnHand) < parseInt(minimumRequired)){
            
            $("#products").jqGrid("setCell", rowId, "PartNumber", '', {'background-color':'gold'}); 
                
        }
    }

}
ONGRIDLOADCOMPLETE;
$dgProd->add_event("jqGridLoadComplete", $onGridLoadComplete);

You can learn more about comparing multiple cell values on the phpGrid support website.

Next, on the same page, we need to see the purchases coming in (Incoming) and orders going out (Outgoing) for a specific product.

Purchases Detail Grid (Incoming)

// Purchases detail grid
$dgPur = new C_DataGrid('SELECT id, PurchaseDate, ProductId, NumberReceived, SupplierId FROM purchases', 'id', 'purchases');
$dgPur->set_col_hidden('id', false)->set_caption('Incoming Purchases');
$dgPur->set_col_edittype('ProductId', 'select', "select id, ProductLabel from products");
$dgPur->set_col_edittype('SupplierId', 'select', "select id, supplier from suppliers");
$dgPur->set_dimension('800px');

Orders Detail Grid (Outgoing)

// Orders detail grid
$dgOrd = new C_DataGrid('SELECT id, OrderDate, ProductId, NumberShipped, First, Last FROM orders', 'id', 'orders');
$dgOrd->set_sortname('OrderDate', 'DESC')->set_caption('Outgoing Orders');
$dgOrd->set_col_hidden('id', false);
$dgOrd->set_col_edittype('ProductId', 'select', "select id, ProductLabel from products");
$dgOrd->set_dimension('800px');

Both detail grids use the same foreign key ProductId to link to the master datagrid (Products).

$dgProd->set_masterdetail($dgPur, 'ProductId', 'id');
$dgProd->set_masterdetail($dgOrd, 'ProductId', 'id');

Finally, our complete code to manage the Current Inventory page is:

$dgProd = new C_DataGrid('SELECT * FROM products', 'id', 'products');
$dgProd->set_col_hidden('id', false);
$dgProd->enable_autowidth(true)->set_dimension('auto', '200px')->set_pagesize(100);

$dgProd->set_col_title('ProductName', 'Name');
$dgProd->set_col_title('PartNumber', 'Part Number');
$dgProd->set_col_title('ProductLabel', 'Label');
$dgProd->set_col_title('StartingInventory', 'Starting Inventory');
$dgProd->set_col_title('InventoryReceived', 'Inventory Received');
$dgProd->set_col_title('InventoryShipped', 'Inventory Shipped');
$dgProd->set_col_title('InventoryOnHand', 'Inventory On Hand');
$dgProd->set_col_title('MinimumRequired', 'Minimum Required');

$dgProd->set_col_format('StartingInventory', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->set_col_format('InventoryReceived', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->set_col_format('InventoryShipped', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->set_col_format('InventoryOnHand', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));
$dgProd->set_col_format('MinimumRequired', 'integer', array('thousandsSeparator'=>',', 'defaultValue'=>'0'));

$dgProd->set_conditional_format('InventoryOnHand', 'CELL', array("condition"=>"lt",
                                                  "value"=>"1",
                                                  "css"=> array("color"=>"red","background-color"=>"#DCDCDC")));
                                                  
$onGridLoadComplete = <<<ONGRIDLOADCOMPLETE
function(status, rowid)
{
    var ids = jQuery("#products").jqGrid('getDataIDs');
    for (var i = 0; i < ids.length; i++)
    {
        var rowId = ids[i];
        var rowData = jQuery('#products').jqGrid ('getRowData', rowId);

        var inventoryOnHand = $("#products").jqGrid("getCell", rowId, "InventoryOnHand");
        var minimumRequired = $("#products").jqGrid("getCell", rowId, "MinimumRequired");

        // compare two dates and set custom display in another field "status" 
        console.log(inventoryOnHand + " | " + minimumRequired);
        if(parseInt(inventoryOnHand) < parseInt(minimumRequired)){
            
            $("#products").jqGrid("setCell", rowId, "PartNumber", '', {'background-color':'gold'}); 
                
        }
    }

}
ONGRIDLOADCOMPLETE;
$dgProd->add_event("jqGridLoadComplete", $onGridLoadComplete);
$dgProd->enable_edit('FORM');

// Purchases detail grid
$dgPur = new C_DataGrid('SELECT id, PurchaseDate, ProductId, NumberReceived, SupplierId FROM purchases', 'id', 'purchases');
$dgPur->set_col_hidden('id', false)->set_caption('Incoming Purchases');
$dgPur->set_col_edittype('ProductId', 'select', "select id, ProductLabel from products");
$dgPur->set_col_edittype('SupplierId', 'select', "select id, supplier from suppliers");
$dgPur->set_dimension('800px');

// Orders detail grid
$dgOrd = new C_DataGrid('SELECT id, OrderDate, ProductId, NumberShipped, First, Last FROM orders', 'id', 'orders');
$dgOrd->set_sortname('OrderDate', 'DESC')->set_caption('Outgoing Orders');
$dgOrd->set_col_hidden('id', false);
$dgOrd->set_col_edittype('ProductId', 'select', "select id, ProductLabel from products");
$dgOrd->set_dimension('800px');

$dgProd->set_masterdetail($dgPur, 'ProductId', 'id');
$dgProd->set_masterdetail($dgOrd, 'ProductId', 'id');
$dgProd->display();

Here’s the a snapshot of the inventory page:

Incoming Purchases

The next page is the Incoming Purchase page. It is similar to the Purchase Detail Grid we saw when setting up the Current Inventory page. We group the purchases by ProductId and display the sum inNumberReceived. Any incoming purchases will increase the inventory.

$dgPur -> set_group_properties('ProductId', false, true, true, false);
$dgPur -> set_group_summary('NumberReceived','sum');

The complete code:

$dgPur = new C_DataGrid('SELECT id, PurchaseDate, ProductId, NumberReceived, SupplierId FROM purchases', 'id', 'purchases');
$dgPur->set_col_hidden('id', false);

$dgPur->set_col_title('PurchaseDate', 'Date of Purchase');
$dgPur->set_col_title('ProductId', 'Product');
$dgPur->set_col_title('NumberReceived', 'Number Received');
$dgPur->set_col_title('SupplierId', 'Supplier');

$dgPur->set_col_edittype('ProductId', 'select', "select id, ProductLabel from products");
$dgPur->set_col_edittype('SupplierId', 'select', "select id, supplier from suppliers");

// $dgPur->enable_edit('FORM');
$dgPur->set_pagesize(100);

$dgPur->set_col_width('PurchaseDate', '50px');
$dgPur->set_col_width('NumberReceived', '35px');

$dgPur -> set_group_properties('ProductId', false, true, true, false);
$dgPur -> set_group_summary('NumberReceived','sum');

$dgPur->enable_autowidth(true);
$dgPur->display();

Here’s a screenshot of our Incoming Purchases page with grouping enabled:

Outgoing Orders

The next page is the Outgoing Orders page. It is similar to the Orders Detail Grid from the Current Inventory page. Here, we will introduce an advanced function called setgridmethod().

$dgOrd = new C_DataGrid('SELECT id, OrderDate, ProductId, NumberShipped, First, Last FROM orders', 'id', 'orders');
$dgOrd->set_sortname('OrderDate', 'DESC');
$dgOrd->set_col_hidden('id', false);

$dgOrd->set_col_title('OrderDate', 'Order Date');
$dgOrd->set_col_title('ProductId', 'Product');
$dgOrd->set_col_title('NumberShipped', 'Number Shipped');

$dgOrd->set_col_edittype('ProductId', 'select', "select id, ProductLabel from products");

// $dgOrd->enable_edit('FORM');
$dgOrd->set_pagesize(100);

$dgOrd->set_col_width('OrderDate', '30px');
$dgOrd->set_col_width('NumberShipped', '35px');
$dgOrd->set_col_width('First', '20px');
$dgOrd->set_col_width('Last', '20px');

$dgOrd->set_grid_method('setGroupHeaders', array(
                                array('useColSpanStyle'=>true),
                                'groupHeaders'=>array(
                                        array('startColumnName'=>'First',
                                              'numberOfColumns'=>2,
                                              'titleText'=>'Customer Name') )));

$dgOrd->enable_autowidth(true);
$dgOrd->display();

Summary

This tutorial builds a simple and extendable inventory system in less than 50 lines of code. The progressive style of these tutorials also helps the reader to ultimately become more familar and comfortable with phpGrid by introducing a limited number of new phpGrid features in each one.

What’s Coming Up

This marks the end of the code needed to create the datagrids required for this tutorial. However, we are not done yet. There is still one more page we need to create — Reports. We will cover that after the jump.

What’s the use of an inventory system without some of type of report? In this section, you will learn how to use phpChart — which seamlessly integrates with phpGrid — to create visually pleasing and useful reports for your Inventory Manager application.

Here’s what our page will look like when it’s done:

Before we start, we need to install phpChart. It is recommended that you obtain the full version of phpChart since the free version (phpChart Lite) supports only the line chart.

Setup phpChart

It’s important that we keep phpGrid and phpChart in separate folders. Below is the recommended folder hierarchy.

www
    +-- Donation_Manager
    |   |-- phpGrid
    |   |   +-- conf.php
    |   |-- phpChart
    |   |   +-- conf.php
    |   +-- ...

Report Design

We will place a pie chart next to an inventory summary grid. The datagrid provides the series data to plot the pie chart.

phpGrid and phpChart Integration

First of all, include calls to both conf.php files at the beginning of the code.

require_once("phpGrid/conf.php"); 
require_once("phpChart/conf.php");

Pie Chart

Below is the complete code to create our pie chart:

$pc = new C_PhpChartX(array(array(null)), 'PieChart');
$pc->set_title(array('text'=>'Current Inventory Summary'));
$pc->set_series_default(array( 'shadow'=> false, 
    'renderer'=> 'plugin::PieRenderer', 
    'rendererOptions'=> array( 
      'showDataLabels' => true,
      'highlightMouseOver' => true,
      'startAngle'=> 180, 
      'sliceMargin'=> 4, 
      'showDataLabels'=> true ) 
  ));
$pc->set_legend(array('show'=>true,'location'=> 'w'));
// remove background
$pc->set_grid(array(
    'background'=>'white',
    'borderWidth'=>0,
    'borderColor'=>'#000000',
    'shadow'=>false));
$pc->add_custom_js("
        $('#PieChart').bind('jqplotDataHighlight',
            function (ev, seriesIndex, pointIndex, data) {
               $('#label_info').text(data);      
            }
        );
    ");
$pc->draw(660,400);  

Let’s walk through the code.

The first line is the constructor. We pass array(null) as the series data because we don’t wish to have any data displayed in the pie chart initially. The inventory data used to plot the chart is not yet available when it is first initialized. The data is fed from the datagrid later in JSON.

We also give our chart a unique name, PieChart.

$pc = new C_PhpChartX(array(array(null)), 'PieChart');

Next, we give it a title. Nothing fancy here.

$pc->set_title(array('text'=>'Current Inventory Summary'));

Once we have the title, we call the series default function to set the rendererto PieRenderer. Unlike a bar chart, a pie chart does not have a Y axis.

We can also set the rendererOptions property. We will not go into each option in detail here, but you can find more information in the online documentation.

$pc->set_series_default(array( 'shadow'=> false, 
    'renderer'=> 'plugin::PieRenderer', 
    'rendererOptions'=> array(
      'highlightMouseOver' => true,
      'startAngle'=> 180,
      'sliceMargin'=> 4,
      'showDataLabels'=> true )
  ));

We also want to show a legend. The set_legend command below shows the legend to the west (noted byw) or to the left of the pie chart.

$pc->set_legend(array('show'=>true,'location'=> 'w'));

We will also remove the border and the background.

$pc->set_grid(array(
    'background'=>'white',
    'borderWidth'=>0,
    'borderColor'=>'#000000',
    'shadow'=>false));

Finally, we draw our chart by giving it a height and width in pixels.

$pc->draw(660,400); 

However, if you execute the code now, you will not see the chart because the data used to render it isn’t available yet.

Inventory Summary Datagrid

In phpGrid, we can add an event handler with the add_event() function. add_event() binds an event handler, which is essentially a JavaScript function, to a specific phpGrid event. A list of possible events can be found here.

Since we must wait for the datagrid to finish loading before it can send the data to plot the chart, we use the event jqGridLoadComplete.

phpGrid 101 — jqGridLoadComplete Event

jqGridLoadComplete is last event that occurs once the whole datagrid body has finished loading. Note that the grid body will be reloaded if the user changes the sort order of a column or sets a filter.

Sending Data with Javascript

The following is the Javascript event handler for jqGridLoadComplete.

function(status, rowid)
{
	var dataX = [];
	var dataY = [];

	d1 = $('#products').jqGrid('getCol', 'ProductLabel', false);
	d2 = $('#products').jqGrid('getCol', 'InventoryReceived', false);
	
	npoints = d1.length;
	for(var i=0; i < npoints; i++){
		dataX[i] = [i+1, d1[i]];
		dataY[i] = [i+1, parseInt(d2[i])];
	}

    var pieData = [];
    for(var j=0; j < dataX.length; j++)
    {
        pieData.push([dataX[j][1], dataY[j][1]]);
    }
    console.log(pieData);
    _PieChart.series[0].data = pieData;
    _PieChart.replot({resetAxes:true});
}

The complete code:

$dgProd = new C_DataGrid('SELECT id, ProductLabel, InventoryReceived FROM products', 'id', 'products');
$dgProd->set_col_hidden('id', false);
$dgProd->set_dimension('auto', 'auto')->set_pagesize(100);
$onGridLoadComplete = <<<ONGRIDLOADCOMPLETE
function(status, rowid)
{
	var dataX = [];
	var dataY = [];

	d1 = $('#products').jqGrid('getCol', 'ProductLabel', false);
	d2 = $('#products').jqGrid('getCol', 'InventoryReceived', false);
	d3 = $('#products').jqGrid('getCol', 'InventoryShipped', false);
	d4 = $('#products').jqGrid('getCol', 'InventoryOnHand', false);

	
	npoints = d1.length;
	for(var i=0; i < npoints; i++){
		dataX[i] = [i+1, d1[i]];
		dataY[i] = [i+1, parseInt(d2[i])];
	}

    var pieData = [];
    for(var j=0; j < dataX.length; j++)
    {
        pieData.push([dataX[j][1], dataY[j][1]]);
    }
    console.log(pieData);
    _PieChart.series[0].data = pieData;
    _PieChart.replot({resetAxes:true});
}
ONGRIDLOADCOMPLETE;
$dgProd->add_event("jqGridLoadComplete", $onGridLoadComplete);
$dgProd->display();

Now there you have it. Your just built your very first inventory management system from scratch using PHP and MySQL!

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New to Programming? Fear Not!

If you are new to programming and are not yet comfortable with coding, you may want to check out ZenBase that is built on the top of the phpGrid. The Inventory Management System is but one of the many application templatesreadily available at ZenBase for anyone — with or without coding skills — to use and customize for their own needs.

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Prepare for PHP Interviews. Set Variable With php.ini File. Logic & Output Behind PHP Code Segment. Class Concept, Error & Functions in PHP. Start PHP Now!

Description
In this course you will be introduced with some tricky questions that everyone face during their interview. In each solutions I have included some useful functions which we generally use at the time of development also. I have covered the following area in my course with Questions, Attractive Presentations and Practical Solutions that will help you to understand the logic behind PHP in a different way.

Some useful functions
PHP error types
Class concept
Access specifiers public, private and protected
Set variable with php.ini file
Operators introduced in PHP7
Logic and its output behind some code segment
Basic knowledge
PHP7, XAMPP Server, Notepad++
What will you learn
This course is build for the person who is facing interviews. Every question is well explained with the practical solution through videos. So that everybody can prepare themselves for the tricky questions asked during interviews
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