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Telosys is a lightweight global framework based on AJAX and standard JavaEE technologies. Its pragmatic approach allows to build easily business web applications. Telosys is a self-sufficient solution that covers seamlessly all the application layers (presentation, persistence, services ... [More]
Lightweight framework for heavy lifting With Evolutility, you can build database CRUD web applications for ASP.net and SQL Server simply by describing their metadata (UI and DB mapping)... without any hand coding necessary. http://www.evolutility.org
Rapidly create web applications, driven directly from your database designs. Mouse and keyboard shortcuts make everyday work fast and easy. Every page has a natural and consistent flow. SynApp2 is a full-fledged MVC framework for developing sophisticated solutions. Use the scaffolding, custom ... [More]
multi-platform API generator for webservices. The project aims to be able to generate an API from an existing databases (mysql and more to come !) tu be used in many platforms.
blanco Framework is code generation framework for Java. It include R/O mapping tool 'blancoDb', SQL editor plug-in 'BlancoSqlEditorPlugin'.
Cool way how to write SQL queries and general way how to convert series of method calls to string query in an universal and system independent manner.
This module automatically generates SQL from Perl data structures. The SQL and Bind values returned by this module can be easily used with the DBI driver to easily interface with relational databases. It has been available on CPAN for a few years now.
Grubby is a framework to help you quickly generate random (or pseudo random) data to use for testing, etc. The data can be generated in the form of SQL INSERTs, CSV, or LDIF. Why does it not just load the data directly? When you have lot of data to upload (e.g. for performance testing with real ... [More]
This project was discontinued. Instead I've created new project named assqliteutils. Check Links section.