Leo Editor vs QueryStorm: What are the differences?
Developers describe Leo Editor as "Fully-featured IDE, with many features inspired by Emacs". Leo is a fundamentally different way of using and organizing data, programs and scripts. Leo has been under active development for 20+ years with an active group of developers and users. On the other hand, QueryStorm is detailed as "Plug and play SQL and C# support for Excel". A fully featured SQL and C# IDE in Excel. It turns Excel into a powerful developer tool for processing tabular data and building interactive workbook applications.
Leo Editor and QueryStorm can be categorized as "Integrated Development Environment" tools.
Some of the features offered by Leo Editor are:
- A data manager, data manager and personal information manager.
- A powerful scripting environment.
- A tool for organizing and studying computer code.
On the other hand, QueryStorm provides the following key features:
- Full SQL support in Excel - Use SQL to clean, query and modify data in Excel as if the data was in a database.
Get the best of both worlds: the processing power of SQL and the flexibility and visualization capabilities of Excel - Full C# support - Run LINQ queries against Excel tables - automate Excel using C# (instead of VBA)
Leo Editor is an open source tool with 446 GitHub stars and 92 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Leo Editor's open source repository on GitHub.