Below is a list of tools that we've created for public consumption. They can all be used directly online, and in your browser. They all support drag-n-drop for uploads, and we automatically process the data and present the results to you. See below for more information about each tool, or click on a Tool in the sidebar navigation panel to go directly to the Guide / Online Tool.
Note that each page contains a DIY Guide on how we built the tool, followed by the actual tool itself.
Our online MySQL Encryption Tool can be used to encrypt your data. The process is simple: you export you MySQL table data to CSV, drag and drop it onto our tool, and we automatically ingest the data and encrypt it. Then we display it to you in an interactive database table explorer; and on top of that, we also show you how to run select queries against your encrypted data (for example, select * no longer works), but we show you how to do it. We also have a complete guide on how we built this tool, and how you can build one too. We also offer assistance - if you contact us, we can develop or enhance this tool for you!
Our CSV to Database Tool takes the standard MySQL Load Data Infile Command, and enhances it so that you can automatically batch ingest many CSV files. When migrating enterprise customer data, we found that when the source data was hundreds or thousands of CSV files, it was generally not as consistent as one might think just from spot checking. Our solution? To ingest ALL of the CSV files into a database table, thereby allowing us to run Analysis and Queries against it! If you have a bunch of CSV files that need analysis, check out this tool.
Our online Image Converter Tool is a useful drag'n'drop tool for automatically converting images from one format into another. It also allows you to resize images and/or create thumbnails, at any specified width, height, or percentage size of the original image (while retaining its dimension ratio).
This is a useful tool for profiling your data, if your data happens to exist on a file system and within a nested folder structure. For example, do you have a directory that contains lots of files and directories, as well as child files and directories and so-on, but you aren't sure if the /some/file/here.csv is the exact same file as the /another/location/here.csv file? Or do you need a good database table to query against your dataset, to check out uniqueness, file type extensions and more? If so, this might be a good tool to use.
Do you a custom migration tool developed? If so let us know - visit our free consultation form and let us know a little bit about your project.