Of and on over the last couple of weeks, I have added MySQL support to OnlineGlom, like I recently added to Glom itself. Now it works and is in git master. When I have the time I’ll try it out with Google’s Cloud SQL (MySQL) in Google’s App Engine.
As with regular Glom, most of the work was getting the self-hosting tests to work with MySQL – to start the MySQL instances, create the databases, fill them with data, test them and shut them down. The rest of the support was mostly covered already by JOOQ but I had to make sure it always knew what SQL dialect to use.
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is glom still being actively developed?
Is it a stable usable platform?
I have used filemaker for a while but not a serious database developer.. so looking for a FOSS alternative…