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LyteRAD CE

LyteRAD CE is a Rapid Application Development framework for lightweight database applications. It contains building blocks to put together a complete database application in minutes with zero code. You can build desktop and mobile database applications easily. It contains an embedded database, provides visualizers for better insights, and supports industry standard database servers as backends. You can mobilize your application and take it with you, and create graphs and charts with just a few clicks.

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Recent releases

  •  09 Apr 2010 16:42

    Release Notes: This release contains many enhancements like an improved form designer, themes for designing forms, and a couple of performance bugfixes for startup time improvement.

    •  10 Mar 2010 19:40

      Release Notes: A form designer and a Data Model diagram generator have been added. CSV Import now allows appending to an existing table. The Tools page has been cleaned up. This release will display field mapping for Linked Fields. There are many bugfixes.

      •  15 Feb 2010 19:25

        Release Notes: This release has a Tips and Hints framework, a Properties editor for applications, Widget preview improvements, and many bugfixes.

        •  30 Jan 2010 05:46

          Release Notes: This version includes many minor enhancements and bugfixes. The UI look and feel has been updated to be more muted. The WebService feature has been updated to render newer widgets.

          •  12 Jan 2010 19:39

            Release Notes: Linux builds have been fixed. A widget was added to view multiple reports. Full screen support for applications was added. A date selector widget was added for data input forms. New query macros were added. Customizable form headers were added. Many bugs were fixed.

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