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  • SQLizer adds support for custom delimiters

    SQLizer v3.0.5 has been released and here’s the headlines: Custom delimiters! We’ve moved tab delimiters into the new csv/tsv category, so you’ll now have the option to pick from there: This is to allow the new selection of custom where you can pick your own delimiter character to separate fields...

  • Multiple API keys in your SQLizer developer account

    The SQLizer file to database conversion API is a powerful technology for harnessing the power of our file conversion engine in your own software. It’s a simple REST API with all the features of the website - ready to use in your own projects. We recently changed our plans to...

  • SQLizer now detects your Excel Worksheets automatically

    No more hassle of choosing the right sheet or cell range to convert Microsoft Excel spreadsheets are one of the most common files our users convert to SQL - in fact they’re the third most popular behind CSV and JSON. Previously, SQLizer would need you to specify both the worksheet...

  • How to change SQLizer plan to upgrade, downgrade, or cancel

    It just takes 5 quick steps to switch SQLizer plan, we let you do it yourself - with a few clicks. Change your plan any time: ‘How to’ steps First up, you’ll need to sign into your SQLizer account with your email address and password. Next, click on your email...

  • The SQLizer File Conversion API is now free for everyone

    API-powered file conversion to MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MS SQL Server, all for $0. We’re excited to announce that from today, customers on the SQLizer free plan will have access to the SQLizer API. Previously only available on our paid plans, the SQLizer API allows programmatic access to our file conversion...

  • What's new in SQLizer 3.0

    We’re excited to announce the launch of a new updated version of SQLizer, available to all customers immediately. Better performance We’ve rewritten some of our core conversion code, and made conversions of most file types about 10% faster than before. Get your structured data into a SQL insert statement just...

  • What the Stack Survey tells us about databases in 2019

    It’s that time of year again - the Stack Overflow developer survey brings news of the most highly regarded languages, databases and frameworks out there - along with salaries and more. No surprise for us SQL fans that MySQL, MS SQL Server and PostgreSQL occupy the top 3 slots for...

  • .NET Client Available as NuGet Package

    The SQLizer .NET API Client is available on NuGet as a package. Add it to your project with: dotnet add package sqlizer-client-dotnet --version 0.0.23 See: The NuGet package page for the SQLizer .NET Client. The SQLizer API lets you easily and securely convert Excel, JSON, CSV and other files into...

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