Since the 1980s standardization organizations like the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) or the International Standardization Organization (ISO) have accepted SQL as the standard for manipulation and retrieval of data from these large relational databases. Although there are standards and accepted norms for these languages, not all SQL syntax is the same from database to database. Unless you are using Chartio’s Visual SQL.
Visual SQL is the bridge between the user and the many different types of datasources, and there are no tricky programming languages you actually have to learn or memorize. There are no sets of codes you have to type in the right order, and troubleshoot again and again. All you have to do is know how to operate a computer’s mouse. Click, drag, drop. That is all the syntax you need to know.
This course will outline the components and use cases for Chartio’s Visual SQL.