We’re introducing better ways to collaborate, including easier database connections, an improved dashboard, and Vertabelo Talks, a new tool that lets you chat with coworkers (and your database) without leaving your browser window.
Did you know that you can embed your Vertabelo model in your website? If you haven’t tried this yet, now’s your chance – we’ve recently improved the process. It’s an excellent way to share ideas with readers or make projects available to co-workers.
Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) is a library which converts data between a relational database and an object-oriented language. Vertabelo Mobile ORM is specifically designed for mobile app developers working in Android and iOS and using SQLite databases. It’s simple: Vertabelo uses graphical data models to automatically generate classes – Data Access Objects (DAOs) and others – to provide simplified access to data stored in an app’s SQLite database.
From today until Christmas Eve, we’re going to publish some tips & tricks for users modeling their databases Vertabelo. Check our blog every day for a new one!
We listened to your feedback and improved managing Vertabelo team accounts. No more confusing switching back and forth between personal and team accounts! The changes will be implemented in the next couple of days, so if you have a team account in Vertabelo, this article is the must-read for you.
Even though Vertabelo doesn’t provide a direct conversion of a data model from one database engine to another, this can be easily done in a few simple steps. In this article we will show you how to migrate your Entity Relationship Diagram between two different database engines using the example of a data model originally created for MySQL and then converted to PostgreSQL.
Take a closer look at some new features introduced in Vertabelo database modeler in April 2015.
The day has finally come. Now, you can create your database models in the Safari browser. I think it’s a good time to say a few words about why we restrict access to Vertabelo from most browsers and why we let Safari in.
Some time ago I announced that the integration of Vertabelo and jOOQ was coming soon. While we’re waiting for an official (stable) jOOQ release to support this integration, I’d like to present you with some of the details about how to use this new feature.
Recently we received a letter from a very special Vertabelo user – Santa Claus. He asked us to help him design a model of a database to store information about all children's requests for presents. Will you join us to accomplish this task?