I’m gradually starting to build up the XojoBuildingBlocks resources. Suggestions, links and advice all gratefully received. So far I have built the outlines, with minimal content, for the following pages;
oneSQL is now available to download, free of charge. This is a Beta Version of oneSQL which means that it is nearly ready for general release but may still have some bugs, be incomplete in some areas, have a lack of documentation or other issues.
This current version appears stable and working well – but I welcome your feedback.
In particular if you use Linux I would love your feedback as so far I have been unable to test on Linux.
I only ask for your Name and Email Address and I will send you the current version of oneSQL. Your email address will not be sold or abused in any way – so don’t feel uncomfortable giving me that information. Your email address will only be used for communication regarding oneSQL unless you agree otherwise.
Having got the above out of the way I perhaps ought to explain what oneSQL is and why you should care;
oneSql is a Stand Alone SQL Query and Data Export Tool for SQLite and MySQL on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux.
Why Use oneSQL ?
One SQL Query Tool for Mac OSX, Windows or Linux
One SQL Query Tool for both SQLite and MySQL
No Installation Required
Very Lightweight, Approx 6Mb
Simple, Fair and Inexpensive Licensing
Easy and Simple to Use
Written and Supported in the United Kingdom
Some More Benefits
Shows All Database Objects, Tables, View and Columns Etc.
Drag and Drop Database objects into the SQL
Double Click Database objects to Copy to Clipboard
Customised Results Grid, Font, Size, Stripe, Divider Etc.
Dynamic SQL Keyword Highlighting
User Definable Keywords List
Each Select Reporty the Time Taken
Export Results Data in Tab Delimited, CSV or JSON Formats
Save and Load SQL Scripts
One Click for Record Count, any Table
One Click to Fetch 20 Records for Quick Query
One Click to Fetch All Records
Insert a SQL Template
Reactive Results List – Auto ‘Fit to Grid’ or ‘Show Horizontal Scrollbar’
SQL History List – Double Click to Recall
Windows Sizes and Positions Saved on Exit
List View Configurations Saved on Exit
Q: What is the difference between oneSql and DataViewer ? A: oneSql is a stand alone application for querying, editing and manipulating SQLite and MySQL databases. DataViewer is the necessary Modules and Windows to allow you to incorporate the querying functionality into your own software, and restrict access for the end user to the database(s) you need them to access only.
Setting up a basic WordPress Blog is very simple. There are however a few things you should do afterwards in order to make your Blog more attractive to both your Human visitors and the Search Engine Crawlers.
This is not a definitive list, just a few suggestions that I have found useful myself. I will add to this list over time.
Install the Jetpack plugin
Install the Askimet plugin
Create a Google XML Sitemap
Setup Google Analytics
Install the All-In-One SEO Pack
Setup an About page
Setup a Contact Page
Setup Social Media Share buttons
Setup a ‘Like’ button
Pagebuilder Plugin by SiteOrigin
I intend to document this list in detail when I get some time, so watch this space 🙂
One of my 2014 goals. We have only had two meetings so far, but so far so good. Currently looking at the structure of the meetings to provide optimum value to the participants … Not just having a laugh and drinking Starbucks 🙂
More information on Mastermind Groups can be found here:
In my ongoing quest to reinvent myself this year I’ve been sorting out my Software Products and archiving Source Code, Documentation, Images, Demo Movies etc. The image below is most of the software products I have written since 2009, mostly in Xojo / Realstudio, some in VB.Net, C#.Net and a couple in CoronaSDK.
I would never have guessed there would be quite so many 🙂