Have you tried Omnis Studio (www.omnis.net). It's a 4GL RAD which
supports Mac Classic, OSX, Windows, Linux and Solaris.
I use the Mac and Windows version nearly everyday and find it an
excellent tool for creating database front-ends (mySQL access is via
The Omnis-Underground hosts a mailing list (www.omnis-underground.com)
which all of the main developers subscribe to.
Let me know if I can be any help.
>From: Charles Lewis
>Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 18:13 PM
>Subject: client side RAD
>I am desperately searching for a GUI RAD environment to develop
>applications for MySQL. I'm not talking about database administration
>such as provided by ControlCenter or SQLyog. I'm talking about the
>ability to build formatted forms/screens, queries and reports along the
>lines of Access. In fact, I would use Access except it's not platform
>I have scoured the internet and I can't seem to find anything that
>near to the features found in Access. Rekall comes close and has many
>attractive qualities, but it not a very mature product (yet). I'm going
>to keep playing with Rekall, but I was wondering if there is anything
>else out there that I could take a look at. I need something that is
>flexible/powerful enough to meet a variety of complex needs, such as
>might find in various departments of university. At the same time, I
>definitely need to be able to develop/customize applications rapidly.
>And finally, I need the finished product (and preferably the
>environment) to be GUI.
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