Remember, what was the hardest part in coding your last Web project? Id bet, you have spent the greatest deal of the development time over creating the database and working out all kinds of data handling scripts. Can you imagine that done in just a few mouse clicks and without ever logging in to the console or opening the MySQL terminal window? Thats basically what we are offered in AppGini, a solution for the rapid development of database-driven applications.
AppGini lets you draw out the data structure of your future project and define the operations that will be performed over that data; simply create a database and name the tables in it, just like if you were to create a new file in Windows Explorer. The applications engine is packed with a handful of algorithms, ready to pick up your database and deliver a professional database-driven Web application at the output. I mean, its going to be a professional database-driven application, which includes the simultaneous work of multiple users, setting group permissions, easy navigation through data, sorting, searching and advanced filtering, modification, addition and deletion. The look and feel of the application can be quickly adjusted by applying templates and style sheets or adopting a template from your website.
With AppGini, you can forget about or not take the trouble of learning shell scripting languages and focus on your primary business instead.
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