Do you have a database you need to move online, but don’t have the budget to hire a developer? Want to build an internal tool, a public form or a database frontend?
DaDaBIK makes it easy to build web applications without touching a line of code. It makes creating an online database application easy and fast. DaDaBIK is a low-code/no-code database application builder written in PHP.
First developed in 2001, DaDaBIK is a popular, mature software product used by thousands of customers to make their databases available and updatable online with user-friendly, mobile-friendly, web-based interfaces.
No coding is required.
Start with the data you already have, including:
• an Excel/CSV file,
• an existing database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, or MS SQL Server)
• or even from scratch (you don't need a data source if you don't have it).
DaDaBIK creates the database frontend for you automatically, in minutes: it has an integrated CRUD generator which creates a basic CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) online interface with ease.
Once generated, DaDaBIK’s visual interface configurator allows you to personalize and improve your Web database application to suit your organization’s workflow and needs.
If you know how to code, then you know the frustration of having to write similar code, again and again, for different projects, when you build a simple database front-end or more sophisticated Web applications (internal tools, workflow and business process automation, public forms). We are developers as well and we know that feeling.
As a low-code solution, DaDaBIK lets you focus only on the code that matters, so you can stop wasting your time with repetitive and boring tasks. DaDaBIK can drastically reduce your development time.
Do you need to integrate existing applications with DaDaBIK? Regardless of the technology used, you can query the database (DaDaBIK stores raw data) in SQL or call the HTTP API to get content in JSON or use hooks to execute some operations (e.g. call your URLs) when a particular event occurs. For example you could use DaDaBIK to create a headless CMS application.