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Making backends for data bases is complex, as it covers a wide range of different databases and languages. A project like this would have to start with only a few of the most popular backends. We are currently considering a “connectivity” project that will do some of this.
An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentGreg Kemnitz commented
This is a great idea. We need to be able to visualize data inside a database table, or even taking it further the result of a SQL, as long as data is well structured. We are doing that right nw with copying the table data in an excel sheet and charting on top of it.Greg Kemnitz supported this idea ·
As far as which database is concerned you should work on the major players -- oracle, mysql, sql server and so forth. Same thing with language -- php, python , c++.