Five lets software developers create purpose-built MySQL databases, hosted on AWS. Inside Five, developers can set up and manage their own database using Five’s MySQL GUI. They can establish relationships between tables, or choose and assign commonly used data types, such as text, floats, booleans, binary, and integers to their database fields in just a few clicks.
Five provides software developers with an end-user application layout, perfectly suited for business applications or internal tools. Instead of having to think about how to arrange application components in the best way, Five takes the heavy lifting of front-end development off developers’ shoulders. This ensures consistent design across all applications built with Five and provides guardrails for front-end development teams.
A CRUD Frontend is the user interface of a software application that allows users to perform basic CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on data. It provides a visual representation of the data and allows users to interact with it, enabling them to add new records, view existing data, update information, and delete entries as needed. The CRUD frontend is essential for managing and manipulating data within the application and plays a vital role in ensuring a seamless user experience.