Kexi and Glom – lean database tools compared


Article from Issue 138/2012

Kexi and Glom aim to create databases with little overhead. We compare the power of these two tools.

Users usually don’t have direct access to the functionality of a mature relational database because managing the database typically requires root privileges. But, if you need something more than a simple table, Glom [1] and Kexi [2] are two programs that give you the ability to create a database, form author queries, and generate reports. Both applications are very similar

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