Irving is intended to be the simplest and quickest way to get from a MySQL database schema to the beginnings of a PHP application. It helps provide early insight into an application's operation, insofar as that is determined by the schema. Data-wise, the full panoply of C - R - U - D (create, retrieve, update, delete) operations is included. You'll still need PHPMyAdmin for schema operations.
Tickets is a Web-based CAD system oriented to the needs of groups and teams with a budget problem and some in-house technical skills. It supports a 'no Internet' option, local terminology, support for mobile terminals, APRS, Instamappper, LocateA, Latitude, and GTrack interfaces, mapping via Google's Maps API, run tracking and record keeping, driving directions from responder to incident, email/SMS notification, etc. It is a fork of the well-regarded PHPTicket package.
The latest version - 2_12 - is available at SourceForge.
Among its features is a 'no-internet' option, which allows local operation, the absence of which had been a major sticking point for those teams with a mission of operations after 'the balloon has gone up'.
Another major improvement is the ability for a site to revise menu's, captions, and form field names to meet local standards and usage.
And, better support of mobile applications/devices, including toughbooks and various classes of smart phones.
I can't imagine doing any php/MySQL dev't work without it!