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Opinions for GUI front ends for OS databases

On Sat, 10 Apr 2004 12:30:49 -0400
Doug Sweetser <sweetser at> wrote:

> Hello:
> Back a decade ago I used Filemaker Pro on a Mac.  I thought they had
> done a good job on their user interface.  It was so much better than
> Paradox on a PC :-)
> I have looked a little into MySQL and Postgres.  It is nice to be able
> to program things in, to understand what is going on behind the
> curtain.  Yet for actual data entry, I just want to have a GUI with
> boxes to fill in.  Of course it would be better if it was as good as
> the old Filemaker.  Is there such an animal in the open source world
> people are using?
There is a DBDesigner4 that is a design product, but also includes a
query screen, and ties directly into MySQL.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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