Five Online Database Modelling Services

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 08 Feb 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

To design, or redesign, a database of any complexity, the Entity-Relationship modelling tool becomes essential. The specialised tools that have dominated the industry for a long while are expensive and are installed on a workstation. Now that browser technology has progressed so rapidly, the online database modelling tools have become viable and are starting to attract the attention of database designers. Are they good enough to use now? Robert Sheldon finds out....

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