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* Follow the project [http://twitter.com/kexi_project on Twitter], [http://www.facebook.com/kexi.project facebook] or [http://identi.ca/kexi identi.ca].
 
* Follow the project [http://twitter.com/kexi_project on Twitter], [http://www.facebook.com/kexi.project facebook] or [http://identi.ca/kexi identi.ca].
  
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*[http://kexi-project.org/pics/kexi_arch.pdf Kexi Architecture]
 
*[http://kexi-project.org/pics/kexi_arch.pdf Kexi Architecture]
  
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*[http://kexi-project.org/docs/akademy/kexi-akademy-2005.pdf Kexi - Database Environment and Introduction to KDE Database Layer] (Akademy 2005)
 
*[http://kexi-project.org/docs/akademy/kexi-akademy-2005.pdf Kexi - Database Environment and Introduction to KDE Database Layer] (Akademy 2005)
  
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*[http://kexi-project.org/download/kde4/akademy2006/kexidb/kexidb.pdf Kexi - Data(base) Environment, Universal Data Layer for KDE] (Akademy 2006)
 
*[http://kexi-project.org/download/kde4/akademy2006/kexidb/kexidb.pdf Kexi - Data(base) Environment, Universal Data Layer for KDE] (Akademy 2006)
  
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*[http://kexi-project.org/download/kde4/akademy2007/kexi.pdf Kexi - Data(base) Environment - Introduction to universal data layer for KDE] (Akademy 2007)
 
*[http://kexi-project.org/download/kde4/akademy2007/kexi.pdf Kexi - Data(base) Environment - Introduction to universal data layer for KDE] (Akademy 2007)
  
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*[http://kexi-project.org/pics/akademy/2011/helsinki_sprint/calligra_sprint_2011-11-kexi-intro-for-devs.pdf Kexi: Introduction for KDE Contributors] (2nd Calligra Sprint, 2011)
 
*[http://kexi-project.org/pics/akademy/2011/helsinki_sprint/calligra_sprint_2011-11-kexi-intro-for-devs.pdf Kexi: Introduction for KDE Contributors] (2nd Calligra Sprint, 2011)
  
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*[http://kexi-project.org/pics/blog/2013/10years.pdf History of Kexi development] ([http://blogs.kde.org/2013/04/04/ten-years blog], 2013)
 
*[http://kexi-project.org/pics/blog/2013/10years.pdf History of Kexi development] ([http://blogs.kde.org/2013/04/04/ten-years blog], 2013)
  

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Kexi form.png Rapid Application Development, for handling your database needs

Kexi is a visual database creator, part of the Calligra Suite. It can be used for designing database applications, inserting and editing data, performing queries, and processing data. Forms can be created to provide a custom interface to your data. All database objects – tables, queries, forms, reports – are stored in the database, making it easy to share data and design.

Features

  • Full visual designers for tables, queries, forms and reports
  • Running queries, support for parametrized queries
  • Supports SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL and MS SQL Server databases
  • The only multiplatform graphical tool importing data from MS Access databases
  • Supports query design in dedicated SQL view
  • Designing and displaying relational data using combo boxes (lookup columns)
  • Direct data entry or import using CSV format
  • Locked down User Mode, allowing you to switch off all commands related to editing your project's design
  • Scripting using JavaScript, Python or Ruby programming languages (experimental)
  • Many more features


Read more and see many more screenshots on the project's pages.


Kexi find.png
Kexi objects.png
Kexi images.png
Kexi properties.png

Documentation, Tutorials and Samples

Presentations


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