How to propose new File2sql features.

How to propose new File2sql features.   At file2sql we firmly believe that a happy user is a loyal user. Good communication with users and / or clients is crucial and implies the possibility of suggesting and supporting new functionalities. The current state of these functionalities should be communicated in a transparent and agile way. These premises have been supported by using bizpopuli (     At file2sql this features proposals and associated votes can be found here. You can found a full list of proposed features. Each feature proposal has a current status, a title, a description, associated votes and comments. All this details can be viewed in detail with… Read More

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File2sql logo. From concept to reality.

File2sql logo. From concept  to reality. When you want to create a new design, the first question to ask is: WHY. Every webpage, app icon, branding or logo need to simbolize who we are and what we do. A picture speaks a thousand words. The best way to explain this is with a image that make easy to recognize your brand  and associated values like main use of. When you start a design, please, take some time to thing about. It’s a very important step to make a good choose in order to become familiar to your potential users or customers and if you redesign later take in mind that… Read More

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From CSV to MySQL in less than 20 seconds.

From CSV to MySQL in less than 20 seconds. How to create a new MySQL table ( populated and with automatic data type detection), from CSV source file in less than 20 seconds. Prerequisites: Web browser. MySQL database. Link MySQL database management tool. e.g. PhpMyAdmin CSV file with data. You can find a small sample file here. ( csv_with_headers.csv )   Steps to follow: Open file2sql ( ) url in web browser. Select CSV file type to convert and data file. Select desired options. Click on “Convert File” button. Click on “Copy to clipboard” button. Open your database management tool  url. e.g.PhpMyAdmin ( http://localhost/phpmyadmin ) Select ( or create ) database… Read More

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