Hi all, DaDaBIK 4.4 final version is out! A lot of bugs have been fixed (thanks to all the guys who reported them through the forum!) and this can be considered the new stable version of DaDaBIK, whi...
I would like to understand which are the DBMSs DaDaBIK is mostly used with, in order to understand where to focus the implementation efforts on.
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Eugenio Tacchini, Ph.D., is an Italian software analyst & developer, University lecturer of Information Systems and researcher in Music Recommender Systems. He has been a visiting scholar at the Freie Universitat Berlin and at the University of California, Berkeley. Enjoying PHP and open source technologies, he created the very first version of DaDaBIK in 2000, twelve years ago, and he continues developing it to this day.
I can't thank you enough to have put in so much hard work for this type of software. It has really helped me out!
Firstly, thanks for a great product! This is exactly what I was looking for.
Nickolai, United States
I use DaDaBIK as a web frontend to a MySQL database. I set up the database for a political organization so that they would not have to use dozens of spreadsheets to keep track of the tens of thousands of contacts they have. They really like the search functionality, and the ability to export as a .CSV file. This helps them because they have only a few internet connected computers for 20 volunteers. They also use DaDaBIK for data entry every time they find a new contact.
Great stuff! Really makes rapid deployment a reality.
Thank you for providing such a useful piece of software! I am using DaDaBik as a front end for the database for my new business. We will use it to search through our inventory, add stock, keep records of sales and expenses and maybe even create invoices if this is possible.
I know a little php and learn best by tweaking codes done by others. I choose DaDaBIK because it's just small enough to get my hands around quickly and next to that it has all functions I need.
Maarten Boerema, the Netherlands
Thanks for your effort and the information in your forums!
At the end I would like to say, that this ist just the tool I was looking for: I needed a simple frontend for manipulating and inserting data on my db, but I was to lazy te write my own script with fields and butons for "update" or "delete" and so on.
Thanks for a great way to manipulate data. It cannot come easier than DaDaBIK. Keep up the good work and I intend to make sure that it will impact on organizations in Kenya that support various causes from poverty reduction, AIDS awareness, clean drinking water campaigns which will benefit from easily accessible and searchable data as enabled by Dadabik.
I run a fansite for a few online games, and we're developing tools to help users through their play. We're running the tools off of an sqlite database and using DaDaBIK to allow our contributors to add and edit data about spells/stats/gear/etc. I also hope to create a front-end install to allow visitors to search our data and generate CSV files for their own tools and spreadsheets.
Nick Steimling, United States
Running our tools off of a single database is reducing the time required to update multiple applications as data gets added, and DaDaBIK is providing a simple user interface so that my partners can keep the data current without having to learn complicated software. My PHP skills are not very strong, so it has saved me a lot of time in coding repetive CRUD forms, interfaces, and session/auth scripting, allowing me to focus my time on the more important task of creating new tools.
I am using hte DaDaBIK to enter data into a database used for my iPhone application. I really love DaDaBIK it does almost all I want.
Michael Widegren, Sweden
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Eugenio Tacchini, Ph.D., is an Italian software analyst & developer, University lecturer of Information Systems and researcher in Music Recommender Systems. He has been a visiting scholar at the Freie Universitat Berlin and at the University of California, Berkeley.
Enjoying PHP and open source technologies, he created the very first version of DaDaBIK in 2000, twelve years ago, and he continues developing it to this day.