An application that allows anyone to easily create databases, inspired by MS Access
Kexi is an open source software project distributed as part of the popular Calligra office suite and designed to act as a visual database creator, allowing anyone to effortlessly create database schemas, as well as to process, query and insert data.read more
Features at a glanceKey features include the ability to create forms that provide a custom interface to your data, store database objects, including forms, tables and queries in the database, support for parameterized queries, data sorting, support for "Object" data, use combo boxes for displaying and designing relational data, support for importing and exporting data to/in the CSV format, as well as a User Mode.
Supports SQLite, MySQL and PostgreSQL databasesThe application comes with built-in support for the SQLite, MySQL and PostgreSQL database servers, allowing the user to store and share all the design and data. No installation or maintenance is required.
The perfect replacement for Microsoft Office AccessKexi is considered as the perfect replacement for the commercial Microsoft Office Access database management system from Microsoft, as well as for the Oracle Forms and FileMaker database creation software.
Migrate data from various sourcesWith Kexi, you will be able to migrate database tables from MySQL, PostgreSQL and Microsoft Access. In addition, it is also possible to export data to a PostgreSQL or MySQL server.
Supports all GNU/Linux distributions, and moreKexi is a portable and cross-platform application that supports all GNU/Linux distributions. It was successfully tested on Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Debian, openSUSE, Fedora, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Mageia, Linux Mint, and other popular distros. The FreeBSD and Solaris operating systems are also supported.
Availability and supported architecturesKexi is not a standalone application, which means that you can download it only as part of the Calligra office suite, which can be easily installed on any of the aforementioned Linux distributions. Both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures are supported at this time.
Kexi was reviewed by Marius Nestor
Last updated on May 8th, 2015
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