A new version of the Android database app with shortcuts, voice recognition and improved performance.

Ekaterina Nebogina

Perpetuum Software has just published a new version of the powerful and professional database app for business users who need to store and keep track of the business data such as: customer database, orders database, invoices, project management, inventory, etc.
A new version of MobiDB Database designer now allows the creation of shortcuts to a definite database, table, card or map view. It will save you time when opening the necessary data view without excessive manipulations. Now users can open a table or a card with a single tap on the shortcut icon.
Create a shortcut to a database
Ability to enter data with voice is very convenient when you need to enter data on the go and typing text is not the option. Now all text fields (including search box) can “hear” you, recognize and convert voice data to text.
Some minor improvements as ability to choose bar code scanner, increased performance and bug fixes make MobiDB even more convenient and user-friendly. A set of themes was amplified; now 12 attractive themes, including light and dark ones, will allow you to adjust the app to your visual requirements.
If you need to store, keep track of and manage your sales records, customers, projects, stock, property, etc. MobiDB is the right choice for you.
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June 17th, 2015

Android database app in Material Design – use innovative UI to manage your databases.

Ekaterina Nebogina

With the release of Android 5.0, Google introduced a new UI style that they called Material Design. It is supposed to be a new standard for Android apps with a brighter and more laconic design.
Perpetuum is following the latest trends and publishes a new version of its Android database tool that completely addresses Material Design guidelines. With the restyled user interface MobiDB Database Designer became even more convenient and intuitive and makes it easy to design and manage databases.
Android database app in material design
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May 20th, 2015

More powerful and handy databases for Android with a new version of MobiDB Database Designer.

Ekaterina Nebogina

We are glad to announce a new version of our professional Android database app – MobiDB Database Designer with a new long awaited feature that will significantly improve user experience and will reduce time for adding new entries.
All multi table databases are relational; it’s very convenient to be able to select a value from the related table (in a dropdown list) and not to duplicate it probably several times across the entire database. The problem with really complex and big databases is that such dropdown lists got from the related table can be really huge and searching for the necessary value may become quite intricate. So, we decided to improve user experience in this matter and added the ability to filter values in the related dropdown lists. Read the rest of this entry »

April 10th, 2015

HTML5 (JavaScript) gauges are easily integrated with popular JavaScript client frameworks

Ekaterina Nebogina

Web developers can’t avoid using JavaScript for different applications because it can really make the client side look and work beautifully. And a plenty of JavaScript frameworks like Angular, Ember, TypeScript, etc. are extremely helpful in designing really functional web applications. They bring structure to your JavaScript code and make it more organized and readable. You don’t need to write sophisticated code to make the app compatible with all browsers, the framework did it for you; you can just focus on your application logic. Use of frameworks reduces code and less code means less maintenance time, less download time and less coding time.
Client Side JavaScript Frameworks
Our HTML5 gauges can add visual attraction and useful data monitoring and management features to any web application. And since the use of frameworks is inevitable we try to make development and learning curve easier and shorter. We created a set of samples that demonstrate how to add our HTML5 (JavaScript) data visualizations to web pages created with the help of the following client side frameworks: TypeScript, Knockout, Angular, Ember.
More samples are coming soon. Please make sure to check back later!

February 18th, 2015