DBFree is a software package expressly designed to build and run database web applications.
DBFree can be used freely for both personal and commercial use
Appropriate uses for DBFree:
- Run your own webserver from home or office through a cheap consumer-level ADSL connection.
- Build a portal for your own firm or for a small company you are employed in.
- Feed a centralized database from tablet or cell-phones capable of wap or internet connections.
- Collect data (like orders, inventory,support request,etc) from remote offices of your company .
- Give web automation to your office by re-using existing equipments.
- Illustrate the basics of procedural programmings in schools
do whatever your imagination and programming skills make you bring to mind...
DBFree is built around the powerful MaxScript Interpreter that offers an Xbase, Clipper-like, programming language rich of features commands and functions for any and all web application purposes.
DBFree is completely freeware: our goal is to keep alive the art of programming and saving the beatiful Xbase language from oblivion.
DBFree is aimed to programmers (apprentices or experienced), to corporate power users or part-time developers, and in general to anyone willing to learn programming and building database driven applications for the web without get involved into complex database developing systems and bloated APIs of today.
DBFree primary goal is to keep alive the art of programming and saving the beautiful Xbase language from oblivion: to do so we managed to make DBFree as simple as possible:
Simple to install
Simple to operate and maintain
Simple to customize and deploy
The people behind DBFree have spent every effort toward simplicity and independence with the goal to give all the control back to the developer, avoiding dependencies from other IT specialists, complicated database engines, expensive development tools, arcane environments or complex APIs to learn.
Windows Server 2008
||Microsoft Windows with 128MB RAM, internet connection, 55MB Hard DIsk space, administrator rights