Tabular data is everywhere and developers have to deal with sometimes very huge CSV data sets. But the Mac lacks an editor, that is capable of handling these CSV files in a fast and user-friendly way. Tablecruncher is the tool to open, edit, convert, export and save all kind of CSV files, no matter how large they are or what encoding they use.
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New New beta version 0.9.8 published on May 7th, 2019.
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Does Tablecruncher run on macOS Mojave?
What language and frameworks did you use to create Tablecruncher?
Why does Tablecruncher not look like a typical Mac application?
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May 15, 2019
The main features that are on my roadmap for 2019.
May 7, 2019
In version 0.9.8 a lot of bugs were fixed, while the focus was to improve usability.
Jan 26, 2019
Looking like just another beta version, 0.9.7 transforms Tablecruncher into a powerful tool for manipulating CSV data.
Apr 1, 2018
I've just published 0.9.2 beta containing several minor bug fixes. Please continue testing and I'll appreciate your feedback!
Oct 19, 2017
Today the first public beta 0.9.0 has been released. I'm very excited and looking forward for your feedback. Happy testing!
Aug 18, 2017
I have now used my internal versions for nearly a year, and soon will be the day to start beta testing my application. So I finally needed a website as well as a name. Choosing a name for your application isn't really easy. Finding names is the fun part, but checking available accounts and researching legal concerns is extremely time consuming. After having played with a dozen ideas, I now settled for Tablecruncher.
I hope the name describes well enough, what I want my editor to do: To easily crunch all your tabular data in all the CSV files that you get in your projects from different sources.
Oct 23, 2016
More than a year later, I now have a working early alpha version. As performance is one of my major concerns, the CSV editor is written plain C++ using the FLTK framework. The FLTK table view widget handles really large tables extremely well and the editor is impressingly fast.
Jun 15, 2015
As I'm working on several projects where a lot of data from different databases or spreadsheet exports is involved, I'm lacking an editor on my Mac that can easily handle large CSV files, guess the correct format and open documents with the right encoding. Always looking for an excuse to avoid my day to day work, I started writing my own CSV editor today.