Developing and maintaining internal applications to enter and update records in a database is expensive. Now you can significantly lower costs by using Visual DB instead of developing custom applications.
Visual DB is a productivity application, not a developer tool. You don't need to understand SQL or any other programming language to use Visual DB. You build forms using Visual DB's drag-and-drop interface.
Other online tools store business data in their own private databases which means your data is siloed, and other internal systems can't access the data.
Visual DB lets you use your own database. You control your own data, and you can integrate your internal systems with the database.
Users in your company don't all need the same level of access. Visual DB lets you grant some users in your company permission to design forms and sheets, while allowing other users to only enter and update data.
Visual DB offers all the essential tools needed to create and modify databases.
Browse through schemas, table data, and relationships with ease. View diagrams showing relationships between tables.
Visual DB supports creating and dropping tables, and adding and removing columns. It supports adding relationships between tables. It can import and export data to CSV files.
You can build data entry forms using a drag & drop interface. You can rearrange fields, add data validation and change input types. You can even add logic to hide or disable fields. All without writing any code!
What if you could enter and update data in a database as easily as editing a spreadsheet?
Now you can! Visual DB can display database records in a spreadsheet format. Edit cells to update the corresponding database record.
Visual DB sheets support grouping rows. You can nest groups (for example, subcategories inside categories), and it can display totals at each level. Totals update instantly when you update values.
Upto 100,000 records can be displayed at a time. With advanced filtering that supports combining AND/OR conditions and instant full-text filtering, you can swiftly find the records you want to update.
Your database may contain millions of records, but you may only want to display, say, 50,000 records in the spreadsheet interface. Or you may want to display columns from lookup tables, in addition to columns from the main table.
Fortunately, Visual DB has an easy-to-use query builder that accommodates these needs. It transparently joins tables. It helps you build complex conditions visually, and supports query parameters.