By fernando on Mar 23, 2013
Fetching data from a database to then get it into an Excel spreadsheet to do analysis, reporting, transforming, sharing, etc. is a very common task among users. This task can be accomplished in several different ways and with different tools getting the same result; but users may find the process rather complicated, too technical and lengthy. With MySQL for Excel the task of importing data from a MySQL database to an Excel spreadsheet becomes an easy one and accessible to all types of users. Here is a quick guide describing how to import data to Excel using MySQL for Excel.
MySQL for Excel is one of the newest products of the MySQL on Windows group broadening the way MySQL data can be accessed in an easy and friendly way from within MS Excel. This is the first blog post of a small series aimed to present the current features of this great product and to get feedback from users about ideas for enhancements.[Read More]
The MySQL Windows Experience Team is proud to announce the release of MySQL for Excel version 1.1.0 GA, one of our newest products contained in the MySQL Installer suite. This new version introduces the Edit MySQL Data feature.
You can download it from our official Downloads page at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/installer/.
In this tutorial we’ll see how to use MySQL Connector/Net 6.6.2 to build an MVC 3 application using Entity Framework 5. We’ll explain some of the first steps to do when starting programming with the C# driver for MySQL and Visual Studio 2012.
MySQL Connector/Net 6.6.3, a new version of the all-managed .NET driver for MySQL has been released. This is the second of two beta releases intended to introduce users to the new features in the release.[Read More]
Here's where you'll hear about all the new and fun stuff we are doing with MySQL on Windows.