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Flow chart / database modelling

Al404

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I need a flow chart and a database modelling, like mysql workbench :)
Any idea if i can find something usefull

Thanks
 
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Al404

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Yes amazing... Nothingh related with wath i'm looking for
The only app that could kind of be usefull is omnigraffle, but too exspencive
 

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Yes amazing... Nothingh related with wath i'm looking for
The only app that could kind of be usefull is omnigraffle, but too exspencive

Then I guess none are available to do what you want. The iPad has only been out two months, perhaps there will be something soon. I assume you cheated iPhone apps as well....
 
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Al404

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I think is usefull, mysql workbench is very cool.
Is that kind of activity that you can do on the move
 

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Check out inFlowchart app at the App Store.
It's a very well designed and easy to use app, focused on flowcharts, that is only a fraction of OmniGraffle's price.
 

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Yes, kind of
I think for now i will go for that, but this is wath i was looking for
MySQL Workbench About – Screenshots

If you feel confident with modeling from a freehand, ad hoc basis, then look at TouchDraw - fairly good Visio type program that *MIGHT* do some of what you need. It even imports some Visio drawings.

If you are looking for a modeling tool that automatically maintains relationships and such, you may be out of luck unless something like HandBase or SQL Lite have add on tools as that may require at least some of the syntax capabilities from the actual engine to resolve and keep compliant.

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For flowchart, Touch Draw is a good bet.

For database modelling, I'd rather prefer a Windows laptop.
 
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Al404

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A windows laptop??? LOL
No windows machine thanks

On my MacBook I have MySQL workbench that is great

I would like something similar for iPad, actually i couldn't find any
 

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Al404, it doesn't sound like you found exactly what you were looking for. I'd recommend checking out Lucidchart which is a robust [external link removed as not allowed under forum rules and can also draw [external link removed as not allowed under forum rules and other technical diagrams. It's web-based so there's no app to download, you can just open it in the browser.
 
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