I really don't know what they did. Anyway, you get the whole system which displays all there is in the database in a way that is attractive. So if you already have any database that is for example a catalog, a list of departments, workers and projects and etc., or any other database of something that have to be displayed in arranged way, you'll get this without doing any of the work yourself. And you can apply it to any database and DBMS. I know, this sounds like a miracle, but they somehow did it, at least that is what they claim.
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