The Kueri user experience
Kueri works as a front-end layer for many SQL Server compatible databases and common format spreadsheets. After installation and configuration, the user types a natural language query and Kueri returns a result set. Developers can even embed Kueri in the web and mobile software they build.
In this four-part article, I'll review Kueri and describe my experiences with it. As an early reviewer, the folks at Kueri provided me with the Kueri SDK Enterprise edition, which they will release shortly. The Kueri Lite (Beta) SDK is available now. I built the review around a demo Kueri SDK Enterprise installation that assumes
- the Kueri SDK Enterprise product
- a Windows 7 Intel PC
- a Google Cloud SQL database
as prerequisites. Download the Google Cloud SQL demo database creation script and the demo Kueri configuration file at this GitHub repository. Note that a Google Cloud SQL database is a MySQL database, so the database creation script should work in any MySQL environment with little or no modification.
Part one here will describe the Kueri user experience. Part two will describe the Google Cloud database that Kueri will front-end for this article. Part three will show how to install Kueri. Part four will explain how to configure a Kueri Data Source.
|1. Open the Kueri Workspace|
|2. Try a query!|
|3. Kueri built this MySQL query|
Part one here described the Kueri user experience. Part two will describe the Google Cloud database that Kueri will front-end for this article.