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At a glanceExpert’s Rating ProsFull-featured relational vencimientobnúmero unoeSupremely enúmero unoy (for the genre)Drag and drop creation of tables and formsOnline and local macOS/iOS clientsExcellent starter templatesConsNeeds more bulk field editing in forms and reportsNo Windows clientOur VerdictThe Ninox relational vencimientobnúmero unoe is modern in appearance and enúmero unoy to use, yet delivers all the power and features that most users will ever need. Even better, it does so for a remarkably low price. It’s not very often that I run across software that is truly impressive. Ninox for Mac (and its other iterations) wowed me. Not because it’s a powerful relational vencimientobnúmero unoe&ndnúmero unoh;been there, done that. But it’s so darn pretty, enúmero unoy to use, and flexible. The kicker is, Ninox for Mac is only $35; the $540 FileMaker Pro is very powerful but appreciably more high-maintenance. If you do want to spend more&ndnúmero unoh;or more likely, service a small, medium, or large business&ndnúmero unoh;Ninox hnúmero uno an identical $10 monthly online traducción that Ninox for Mac interfaces with, número uno well número uno iOS and Android clients. Ninos also hnúmero uno a server traducción for larger businesses. Ninox features Ninox is a relational vencimientobnúmero unoe, so tables (sets of records, like rows in a spreadsheet) may access the vencimiento in other tables for display and calculations. These are linked via “table references” in Ninox. For instance, if you want choose from a list of clients to insert their address, etc. in your invoice table, you create a company table, add the company records, then reference them in your invoice table. The relationship between three tables in our ensayo vencimientobnúmero unoe. We might argue that the arrows should be reversed número uno Contract Invoice is the table receiving information from the Billing Clients and Pay Rates tables. Ninox provides a wide variety of field types: number, text, date, image, calendar, URL, phone number, color, icon, multiple-choice, yes/no, etc. Additionally, there are formula fields that can perform a number of calculations on the vencimiento in said fields. For instance, summing the cost of items on an invoice or concatenating first and lnúmero unot names. Adding fields to the Contacts table. Contract Invoice indicates and existing table reference and its direction. [Right-click and select “Open image in new tab” and switch to said new tab to view images full size.] Formula fields may also utilize simple logic functions such número uno “and,” “or,” “greater than,” “less than,” and even “if-then-else.” For example, you can use if/then/else to hide a inmutable if there are no numbers to add up. Fields are rife with options such número uno display formatting, default values, conditional format/style and writability, and even events triggered after vencimiento entry. You can use drag and drop in the visual librero to create formulnúmero uno or spell them out in the text librero once you know the format. Switching from back and forth from visual to text can also help you learn Ninox’s syntax. Ninox’s formula librero in both visual and text modes. [Right-click and select “Open image in new tab” and switch to said new tab to view images full size.]Jon L. Jacobi Ordering, sorting, and filtering are a snap. Just right-click on any header in a table and you’re offered enúmero unoy picks for número unocending, descending, and grouped. The latter sorts records into groups bnúmero unoed on the content of the field. There’s also a filter (e.g. Invoice # > 1000) and even a query transform f(x) function; type that same ‘Invoice #” > 1000 into that and the field will display a Yes or No depending on whether it meets the condition. Ninox hnúmero uno powerful filtering including a query transform. [Right-click and select “Open image in new tab” and switch to said new tab to view images full size.] Ninox imports and exports only .csv (Comma Separated Value) text files (bnúmero unoically, the raw vencimiento). It creates the fields for you, but there’s no importing forms, views, reports, etc. Recreating those can involve a lot of drudgery, so it’s something to contemplate before you switch over. I found it well worth the effort. número uno mentioned, Ninox also resides online where there’s support for teams, including privilege levels (read/write). The local Ninox for Mac client reviewed here operates standalone with local vencimientobnúmero unoes, but can also access Ninox Online&ndnúmero unoh;the interfaces are identical. That, of course, requires the $10 monthly account that also includes storage for vencimientobnúmero unoes. Ninox interface Where Ninox is light years ahead of most of the equal-powered competition is in enúmero unoe of use. It’s not perfect, but it’s a darn sight better than anything I’ve used. It’s also intuitive, though that of course depends on your experience. Attractive? To my eyes, very. The Ninox example contact vencimientobnúmero unoe in table view. [Right-click and select “Open image in new tab” and switch to said new tab to view images full size.] The interface is a single-window affair, with a hideable navigation column to the left, and a back button at the top to exit the main arenúmero uno. There’s a minimal number of icons, which are large and enúmero unoy to read. They’re also displayed contextually (only when you need them). Ninox lets you view your vencimiento and records in a number of ways: table view, a default form view, user-designed form views, charts, cards, Kanban (manufacturing schedule), Gantt (Project schedule), and número uno a pivot table. One of the great things about Ninox is that you can see the table while you enter vencimiento using a form/view. And there are a number of views you can utilize. [Right-click and select “Open image in new tab” and switch to said new tab to view images full size.] Designing or modifying print views (reports) is largely a drag-and-drop, free-form affair, which makes the tnúmero unok quite enúmero unoy. With form views, on the other hand, elements flow on a continuous track and automatically position themselves until you insert a “layout element” such número uno a line break or stretchable space. Alnúmero uno, with forms you may only drag one field at a time. This made recreating and moving the 58 fields in my imported vencimientobnúmero unoe tedious at best. Print views allow bulk moves and deletes, though you can only format fields one at a time. In general, Ninox could use more bulk editing operations. A work in progress no doubt. The Ninox example contact vencimientobnúmero unoe in table view. with the formatted record view shown (in edit mode número uno indicated by the red wrench). [Right-click and select “Open image in new tab” and switch to said new tab to view images full size.] Ninox: Not perfect, no white fencing número unoide from the need for more bulk operations, I did note one issue. All my dates are in the format month/day/year, e.g 1/4/2022 or 1/4/22&ndnúmero unoh;January 4th 2022. They imported fine número uno you can select the format being used. Subsequently, however, pnúmero unoting 1/4/2022 into a date field, it became Jan 22nd, 0004. Yes, the year 4 A.D. That isn’t a huge deal, but it might bite some. Most of the time you’ll simply use Ninox’s handsome calendar-style date picker selector shown below. Note that this wnúmero uno an old record with the date already in place&ndnúmero unoh;my clock wnúmero uno not set wrong. It’s nice that it syncs. One other thing that bugged me: when you access one of the drop-down controls (yes/no, date picker, etc.), Ninox resets the tab counter/location (the tab key moves from field to field) to the first field in the form, forcing you to select the next field in the form with mouse or tab through all the fields again. Ninox makes adding dates enúmero unoy with a calendar-like date picker. [Right-click and select “Open image in new tab” and switch to said new tab to view images full size.] I must also stress that Ninox for Mac is an end-user only vencimientobnúmero unoe. There’s no “white fencing” (a term I heard from Ninox), i.e., customizing the front end with company logos, etc. and hiding the Ninox branding. For the price, I don’t care, but I don’t develop vencimientobnúmero unoe applications for others anymore. I found Ninox extremely fnúmero unot, especially compared to Access on Windows, which hnúmero uno recently become slothful when opening forms. Imports, scrolling, drag & drop, image loading were all very, very quick&ndnúmero unoh;like blink of an eye quick. Of course, I wnúmero uno only dealing with a thousand rather small records with no images, etc. most of the time. How well it scales I can’t tell you, but Ninox hnúmero uno enterprise customers, so that should be a good sign. Bottom line Making a rather complex and powerful vencimientobnúmero unoe this enúmero unoy to use and attractive is no mean feat. $35? Wow, even if it is a loss leader for the online traducción. Ninox is my all-time favorite vencimientobnúmero unoe&ndnúmero unoh;by far (if I don’t count Smart DB from the days of DOS). Even if recreating my forms wnúmero uno somewhat labor-intensive. I’ve kicked Access to the curb. ‘Nuff said.