SQL app templates

Lazy templates deliver simplified app development for SQL. Lazy is a revolutionary software development tool that turns the traditional SQL development process on its head. Using Lazy AI, developers can create SQL apps using just prompts, freeing themselves from the complex and time-consuming coding processes.

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Notes App With Database

This app allows users to create their own notes. User can create , edit , delete and view their notes and can access them using database.


Customisable Signup/Login Page with User Database

This app allows users to sign up with a username and password, stores the information in a database, and displays a personalized greeting upon signing in.


AI-Based Online SQL Query Code Generator

This AI-powered application generates SQL queries code based on user retrieval requests. It helps generating SQL queries using natural language messages from users. This app allows for easier database management and helps to fulful data analytics requests.


Send a daily report of some metrics from BigQuery to Slack

This app fetches data from BigQuery using a provided SQL query, formats the data into a table, and posts the table to a specified Slack channel. The data posting is scheduled to happen every day at 10 am UK time.


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Create Stripe Checkout Session with API

This application serves as an API server that incorporates functionalities. It includes an endpoint that allows you to create a Stripe checkout session, for payment processing. Additionally it provides another endpoint to retrieve the status of a checkout session. The application allows for origin resource sharing (CORS) and generates logs with information level details regarding sent requests.

Free Unlimited DALL-E-3 - v2

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Send & Post Message to Slack using API

A Rest API that sends personal messages to Slack, supporting both direct private messages to user and posting messages in threads.


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Set Default Payment Method in Stripe API

This app uses the Stripe API to set a default payment method for customers. It includes a Flask web service with an endpoint to create the default payment method. The backend makes an API call to set the payment method using the Stripe API. The app displays whether the API call was successful or not after submission.

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SQL stands for Structured Query Language, and it is a programming language used for managing and manipulating relational databases. It is a standard language for interacting with databases and is widely used in the field of data management.

SQL allows users to perform various operations on databases, such as creating, modifying, and deleting tables, inserting, updating, and deleting data, as well as querying and retrieving data from databases. It provides a set of commands and syntax for performing these operations.

Some common SQL commands include:

  1. SELECT: Used to retrieve data from one or more tables based on specified conditions.
  2. INSERT: Used to insert new data into a table.
  3. UPDATE: Used to modify existing data in a table.
  4. DELETE: Used to delete data from a table.
  5. CREATE: Used to create new tables, views, or other database objects.
  6. ALTER: Used to modify the structure of an existing table.
  7. DROP: Used to delete tables, views, or other database objects.

SQL is a declarative language, meaning that users specify what they want to achieve, and the database management system determines how to execute the query. It is widely supported by various database management systems, including Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and SQLite.

SQL is essential for managing and analyzing large amounts of data efficiently. It is used in various applications, such as web development, data analysis, business intelligence, and more. Learning SQL can be beneficial for anyone working with databases or dealing with data-related tasks.