Build a Personalized Database in a Snap

I have always had a fascination with databases, in that you can store information and readily access that information very quickly. As a matter of fact, just about every facet of internet and computer information storage and retrieval is database driven.

I recently found a really neat program called SnapDB which allows you to build simple, customizable flat-file database that can be used to store and track any type of information that you can think of.  For example, I started using SnapDB to manage a video collection and to track the servicing of my vehicles.  If you never built or experienced a database, this little program is about as easy as it gets. It is also portable app, as well.

How easy is it to build your own database with SnapDB?

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2 Responses to Build a Personalized Database in a Snap

  1. pochp says:

    Hey Rick,
    Great! I’ll use this as backup for my LibreOffice database.

  2. techpaul says:

    Wow. How easy is that?
    Import csv or tsv will save a ton of typing too…

    Another good one, Rick!

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