Re: NVDA Accessible Database Software


Rob
 

Travis Siegel <tsiegel@softcon.com> wrote:
Mysql, mariadb, firebird, are just a
few. They're all opensource, and all completely accessible if you don't
mind learning sql in order to be able to talk to them in a way they can
understand.
Even this is not always a strict requirement. There are web interfaces where you can just have the interface create and manage the database, and all you have to do is enter your tables and rows.
Of course learning sql is nice, in order to take full advantage of the backend. But if you're just entering data, you don't always need the language.

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