Advenio announces SQLGrinder Version 2, releases first public beta
Lewiston, ME — August 12, 2005 – Advenio, LLC, today announced SQLGrinder
version 2, an all new version of their popular database development
environment for Mac OS X.
Currently in beta testing, this new version has been completely rewritten
from the ground up and features many new and improved features including
faster overall performance, multiple editor and result set history buffers,
code completion using database keywords and table, column and procedure
names, client-side result set searching and sorting, sleep detection, table
add, drop and truncate functionality, improved data import and export and
Pricing and availability for SQLGrinder 2
Pricing for the new version has been set at $59. During the beta period
however, SQLGrinder 2 can be purchased for the current price of $49.95 with
purchasers receiving a free upgrade to the final version once available.
Owners of the current version can purchase an upgrade for only $19 by
sending their current registration information to email@example.com.
SQLGrinder 2 for Mac OS X is currently available for a limited time as an
unlimited beta version.
The beta of SQLGrinder 2 can be downloaded from the Advenio web site at:
About SQLGrinder 2 for Mac OS X
SQLGrinder, a native Mac OS X SQL editor and developer tool, allows
database developers to easily create, edit and execute SQL queries as well
as browse their database structures.
Using SQLGrinder and JDBC drivers, developers can connect to any database
that supports JDBC, including Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, FrontBase,
Openbase SQL, Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise.
Because SQLGrinder is built using Apple’s Cocoa framework, it looks and
feels like a Macintosh OS X application and adheres to Apple’s Aqua Human
SQLGrinder provides many features that add to developer productivity and
make building SQL queries and database schemas easier than it has ever been
on the Macintosh:
Support for any database with an available JDBC driver
Multiple editor windows and schema browsers
Result sets displayed in data tables that can be searched and sorted
Export of delimited text from data tables
Data snapshots that provide temporary result set views
Interactive SQL statement library that maintains query history
Built with Cocoa, follows the Aqua Human Interface Guidelines
About Advenio, LLC
Centered in Lewiston, ME, Advenio specializes in commercial and custom
applications development, and in services for Mac OS X, including
application design and user interface consulting. For further details,
please visit our web site: http://www.advenio.com