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Naologic vs MyTaskHelper
MyTaskHelper is a cloud-based relational database and web-form builder which allows users to create custom forms for data collection, link these with relationships, embed the forms in their website, and use the collected data to produce charts, reports, Google Maps, and more. MyTaskHelper enables users to create searchable databases without requiring any SQL or programming knowledge. Field rules, conditional actions, and formatting can all be applied using the integrated rule builders, and users can also create their own custom formulas, add multiple field types, and manage relationships. Data can be imported from files in CSV and Excel formats, and users can also export data to Excel and PDFs. Multiple files can be uploaded at once, with duplicate detection and the ability to update existing records if key data matched in uploaded records. MyTaskHelper automatically notifies users by email for new, imported, updated, and deleted database records. Customizable widgets allow users to embed web forms, tables, reports, charts and Google Maps in their websites. The size, color, and CSS of widgets can be controlled by users, and Captcha/ReCaptcha and password protection can be added to tables or forms. Users are notified by SMS when a form is submitted, and confirmations can be sent out by email or SMS to verify phone numbers or email addresses. Newsletters can be sent out by email or SMS, and can be scheduled to send automatically.
What is MongoDB used for?
MongoDB is a document database designed on a scale-out architecture that has proven popular with developers of all kinds who are building scalable apps using agile approaches. MongoDB was built for people who are building internet and business applications that need to grow quickly and scale elegantly.
Why use PostgreSQL?
Several of the world's largest and fastest-growing firms including Facebook, Google, Adobe, Alcatel Lucent and Zappos rely on MySQL to save time and money running their high-volume Web sites, business-critical systems and packaged software.
Is MySQL a database?
MySQL, the most popular Open Source SQL database management system, is created, distributed, and supported by Oracle Corporation. The MySQL website (http://www.mysql.com/) contains the latest information about MySQL software. MySQL is a database management system. A database is a structured collection of data.