ModelBaker

Developer: Widget Press Inc.

Current Version: 2.1.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 21.3 MB - Download

Description:

ModelBaker - a remarkable application that delivers point and click development so you can do amazing things for your business, your customers, organization and school. Rapidly build a corporate intranet from scratch. Create custom client web applications. Place your classroom online and offer your students mobile access from any web browser. And build it all with a single mouse click.

ModelBaker delivers a clear and simple unified interface for all web novices, students, business analysts, graphic designers and web gurus.

- MVC software design pattern
ModelBaker leverages CakePHP and best practices such as the Model-View-Controller paradigm.

- Entity Models
As the foundation for the MVC design pattern, adding entity models, backed by either a SQL table or not, is as easy a s button click.

- Model Relationships
Add simple or complex associations rules.

- Visualize your models
Work at a higher level of abstraction with the model diagram editor when you create entity models, add attributes and join other relationships with other models.

- Model Attributes
Whether you are creating a mailing address or an order invoice, adding attributes and their types can all be generated to web forms for user input.

- Validation Rules
When users add or update your web app, apply the validation rules you need for each attribute.

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Release Notes:

Fixed build issues with different localizations

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 2.0.2
Review by Central FL Heat and Air Serv.

A great web develop toolkit - This is an amazing product. Seriously, you have to appreciate what the developer is doing here. This is totally worth the $20. We originally bought their other products and found this one. We've been able to tie them together with a little massaging, but it does work. I've read on their site they will be linking their products together which will be awesome. I'm pretty excited to see where this product is going, it has a lot of potential.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
1/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by Eriben76

HalfBaked, not ModelBaked - What a waste of $19.99. The app is virtually undocumented, and has these fantastic popup messages about 'An error has occured' without specifying what has happened. The themes requires lots of hands-on work to get to a point where it is useful. Even though I have 12 years of modelling experience, I couldn't understand how they want me to associate two entities… I expected a tool where I could quickly generate a CRUD for some smaller administrative apps to save me some time, but no. that was not the case.

Found helpful by 22 out of 26 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by mattboston74

What a piece of junk - It seems like a great idea but they haven’t improved on the very basic use. The only thing this will do is create a basic CRUD which you can do with the CakePHP software. I can’t believe I wasted $20 on this piece of junk. Please do not waste your money!!! Reclassify this under abandonware.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by drbomba

Crap - This app is simply crap that’s outdated. Just yank it from the app store and quit letting people waste their money

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by Fighting Mongoose

No Roadmap - This app really sparked my imagination back in the 1.0 days. For anyone considering purchasing it now, I recommed you move along without emptying your iWallet of $20. I consider this app dead, with no roadmap for future functionality or relevant bug fixes. It was a neat concept but it's pretty obvious that the developer has other things he is focusing on. Skip it.

Found helpful by 19 out of 22 people
1/5
Version 2.1.1
Review by GGuynn

Would rather have my $$ back! - Wow! This app doesn't work. I tried it before it was on the app store and thought that maybe now it would work. I am an experience web developer and I know this is not human error. It's not connecting to MySQL either.

Found helpful by 0 out of 2 people
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