Glom allows you to design database table definitions and the relationships between them. It also allows you to edit and search the data in those tables.
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Release Notes: The details view now groups items in a notebook, and Glom can now show doubly-related fields. Reports may now contain headers, footers, images, and arbitrary text. Lists can now be sorted by clicking on the column headers.
Release Notes: Opening of examples is now less confusing. Layouts can now contain buttons for running Python scripts, and fields can have custom titles on layouts. Each table now has a built-in system properties relationship. Several bugs were fixed, including several crashes.
Release Notes: The titles of tables, fields, reports, layout parts, etc. can now be translated, allowing one Glom system to be used in several languages. This release no longer crashes when you specify table or field names with upper-case characters.
Release Notes: This release shows the found set and has a quick search feature. The example file now contains example data for the database, and problems creating new glom databases were solved.
Release Notes: The last-viewed record and layout for each table is now remembered, allowing users to return to the same place. ID fields that identify unique records now have a Find button that allows users to discover an ID.