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Old 09-10-2006, 06:21 PM   #1
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LXer: A review of the Glom graphical database front-end

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Glom is an interesting graphical database front-end Iíve been meaning to try out for some time. Someone asked about graphical database front-ends on the #mysql IRC channel recently, and that prompted me to install Glom and learn how to use it. My overall impressions? It lands squarely in the middle of its target audienceís needs, but still has a quirk here and there. With a bit of polish it will be a fine product, and itís already a winner over Microsoft Access and Filemaker, two similar programs with which you might be familiar.



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