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Is it possible to use database of some kind with this tool?If yes, please anyone advise how?
Considering its flexibility you could create databases with Korduene, even though it is not directly supported, however that will require writing some code within the graphs, but I guess that defeats the purpose of creating code-free applications.To make a long story short, Korduene is in its early stages of development, so currently database creation is not supported, but there are plans to add database support soon. So you might wanna get familiar with Korduene a bit just now and with some patience database support will be added soon 🙂Hope this answers your question.Let me know if you have any other questions.Rebin
Thanks for prompt reply.I was more thinking on how to connect to some database, sql, mysql, dbf, access or any other?In other tools, I use connection string. Further more, I see Korduene looks like Visual Studio at the first look, so I was expecting some database tools in the toolbox like "binding source", "table browser" etc.Please keep posting, thanks.
As I mentioned, Korduene is in its early stages of development and it's missing lots of features, check the Development page to see some of the planned features to be implemented in the upcoming versions.Korduene compiles C# , which allows you to easily customize your application however you like. So if you know C# programming language then you can create or connect to any type of databases however you want.But the aim of Korduene is to visually create your application interface and using graphs to implement its logic. So database support should be fully implemented to be able to create and manipulate databases visually using graphs.Currently a limited number of controls can be created using the designer, and some of the controls are not saved properly, like ListView, ListBox, ComboBox etc... (this will be fixed in Korduene 0.2 which will be out soon). For databases DataGridView will be used to show database contents, or you can just use a ListView.Since databses are not currently supported, DataGridView control is not included in the ToolBox yet.Hope this answers your question.You're always welcome, let me know if you have any other questions.Rebin
Yes, that explains everything. Just one more thing, if it's not too much to ask, Korduene is free to use so far...is it gonna be free in the future or...?And more examples for beginners are highly wanted. Again, thanks and I will definitely follow the development of this tool.Zeljko.
There might be a PRO edition in the future, but do not worry, a FREE edition will always be available 😉 I'm aware that there isn't many tutorials and project samples, that is because all my time and effort just now is put in developing Korduene, but be sure I will be uploading more in near future.Thanks for your interest in Korduene, if you have any problems or questions regarding Korduene, feel free to ask.Rebin