Espresso Logic Offers Live Browser Platform to Quickly Create Data Driven Apps
|Stuart Parkerson in Enterprise Thursday, April 24, 2014|
Espresso Logic has launched a new product, Live Browser, which allows companies to quickly create data-driven apps. The platform provides the ability to explore, interact with and modify data from any enterprise database without programming.
Live Browser is an out-of-the-box HTML5 user interface for navigating an entire database in a master/detail format. The UI is customizable on-the-fly by business users and technical staff, providing full read and editing support protected by Espresso’s built-in role-based row/column security. Live Browser supports update, with updatable grids, transactions, lookups and spreadsheet-like reactive business logic. A Live Messaging component of Live Browser provides the ability to share data securely via a hyperlink so data is available to partners and customers.
For DBAs and developers that have to maintain and update existing database and data applications, Live Browser provides a way to explore the content and structure of the database and repair bad data. Developers can also use Live Browser to quickly prototype their backend applications.
Live Browser Features
Out-of-the-box UI: Simply enter the database URL and specify credentials. Once Espresso connects to the database, Live Browser is up and running. Then select a table to begin navigating a database.
Row/Column Security: Comprehensive built-in security for role-based, row and column access control. Includes authentication manager or use in-house corporate authentication.
Live Messaging: Send complete or a subset of the data as a hyperlink to authorized users with both read and update support.
Customizable UI: Users can customize various elements including column names, column format, number of fields as well as look and feel using a unique Style Sheet with logo and color scheme.
Schema Discovery & Drill Down: Developers can use Live Browser to navigate database schema to understand tables, columns and their relationships. The ability is available to navigate and drill down to any of the child tables. Because Live Browser’s behavior is governed by the meta-data of specific schema, as users can make changes to a database and Live Browser stays in sync with the schema.
Live Browser can be hosted in the cloud or on-premise. Pricing starts at $50 per developer/month with production systems starting at $500/month.
Read more: http://www.espressologic.com/espresso-logics-live-...
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