Friday, October 19th, 2007

Gears in Motion: Database Tool

Category: Gears, Utility

Eric Abouaf has released Gears in Motion, a tool that allows you to quickly and easily look at your local SQLite database, and make edits on the fly.

You can make schema changes, data chances, and see the entire flow of relationships. It even groks URLs so if you put a JPG in the database, it will just show it to you as you look at the data.

See a running example.

Gears in Motion

Posted by Dion Almaer at 1:34 pm
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…I have use for this. Cool, thanks

Comment by Mark Holton — October 19, 2007

Nice idea !! Great Google ! :)

Comment by Daniele Florio — October 19, 2007

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Comment by vytas — October 19, 2007

WebKit now has HTML5 Database Storage, and their Web Inspector has something similar to this.

http://webkit.org/blog/126/webkit-does-html5-client-side-database-storage

Comment by Timothy Hatcher — October 19, 2007

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