Most people are unaware of exactly what ‘SQL’ is and what it was created to do, understanding this may mean you will have a greater knowledge of application development. Let’s start with the easy bit…
SQL stands for ‘Structured Query Language’ and is a special purpose language which was designed for sharing and managing data that is held on a management system. Using this you are able to query, update and reorganise data as well as create and change the structure of the database system.
The basis for SQL came from a researcher from IBM, Edgar F Codd who came up with the database model, from this in 1974 IBM began working on a new language for database systems and after testing in 1978 they started to development commercial products.
Having a basic understanding of SQL and what it can offer means you can begin to think about application development for your system. Using Microsoft Application development you can extend the life of your existing applications by simply updating them. This includes adding new features, extending functionality, integrating them into a new environment and lastly improving their performance.
Here at Life IT we can develop applications in a short space of time and on a tight budget as we deliver the highest technical standards using the latest development techniques therefore we are always one step ahead.
If you want to find out more about SQL Application development then go to our website and read more information about what we can do for you at www.lifeit.co.uk, or contact us on +44 (0)1625 548111, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also you can read a couple of our testimonials below to gain an insight into our company and what our clients think of us.
“Without the professional and expert support of Life IT, we wouldn’t have had the quality product we now have. They gently but insistently pushed the boundaries of our assumptions, getting us to challenge our mind-sets.”
“Life IT offered us a complete solution to our IT issues the team ensured that they had a complete understanding of what we wanted our IT system to achieve, and was then able to deliver this through a professional, flexible service.”
Published Date: 23rd May 2014
Category: General, SQL Support