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Why did I build this desktop tool?
I was working on my startup project Inspoget and when I was building the backend/business logic side of it, it quickly snapped that I cannot write SQL queries manually because
- There will be more than 80 tables that consist of lots of fields,
- I had to see the foreign relationships between fields & tables,
- I need a single
.sqlfile that I can copy and paste into the Hasura console,
- The build order of the tables MATTER in an SQL script,
- The available tools are either not adequate for the job, they require lots of boilerplate to even begin with or the licenses are priced too high
I used the
InteractiveViewerwidget and wrote a good controller class that handles camera movements using matrix transformations.
I was using the
Providerpackage for managing the app state. This project was the bingo moment for me because I tested the
GetXpackage for the first time in a relatively difficult project. I've been using GetX (only the Rx and Obx part of it) since that day.
Using the Rx and Obx helped me so much that I could build and render lots of widgets while having a high performance.
The tool can save projects as
JSONfiles and can re-open projects by reading those JSON files.
The tool can generate and export the much-needed
SQLfile for me. These SQL files are exported into some level of folders according to the build order of a table.