MySQL Workbench

MySQL Workbench

MySQL Workbench is a free and commercial open-source tool for managing MySQL databases visually through a GUI. MySQL Workbench provides features like data modeling, sql development, and comprehensive administration tools. MySQL Workbench is developed by Oracle Corporation and is a successor to DBDesigner 4. The community edition of MySQL Workbench is released under the GNU General Public License, while the enterprise edition is released as a commercial proprietary software.

Alternatives to MySQL Workbench

Sequel Pro
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Sequel Pro

Sequel Pro is an incredibly fast, easy-to-use database management application for macOS. The software is designed from the ground up to work with MySQL & MariaDB databases natively on the mac. Sequel Pro provides a neat UI that can be used to manage and adding schema or data for your local development database or connect to servers remotely.

Most people think this is a good alternative to MySQL Workbench.

Suggested by Ironclad Ironclad
Beekeeper Studio
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Beekeeper Studio

Beekeeper Studio is a well-designed and easy to use SQL client for MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, SQL Server, and a variety of other relational database management systems. The software allows you to connect to databases normally or encrypted with SSL, or tunnel through SSH to ensure maximum security while still providing choices. With Beekeeper Studio, you can manage multiple tabs and multitask across operations, while providing auto-complete suggestions for tables and queries. Commonly used queries can be saved and orginized into workspaces, that can be used across connections and projects. Beekeeper Studio is both free and open source and released under the MIT License.

Most people think this is a good alternative to MySQL Workbench.

Suggested by Zack Zack
DataGrip
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DataGrip

DataGrip is a commercial IDE for databases and SQL developed by JetBrains. With DataGrip users can write SQL code faster and safer due to context-sensitive code completion that is aware of tables structure, foreign keys and pivot tables. DataGrip PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle Database, SQL Server, Azure, Amazon Redshift, SQLite, MariaDB, MongoDB, Cassandra, Apache Hive and many more databases.

Most people think this is a good alternative to MySQL Workbench.

Suggested by Millen Millen
pgRITA
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pgRITA

With pgRITA you can analyzes your database schema against common rules to easily adhere to best practises. pgRITA provides a interactive report that can be used to improve your PostgreSQL schema and minimize errors.

Suggested by Frank Frank
PSequel
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PSequel

PSequel provides a clean and simple interface for you to perform common PostgreSQL tasks quickly. PSequel PostgreSQL GUI tool specifically developed for macOS. While offical tools like pgAdmin are great and provide a wide range of features, they lack the simplicity of PSequel.

Suggested by Frank Frank
PopSQL
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PopSQL

PopSQL is an collaborativ SQL editor for macOS, Linux and Windows. PopSQL is used by data analysts, product managers, customer success, operations, and anyone that wants to write SQL. As it allows them to write queries, visualize data, and share your results with their co-workers and team.

Suggested by Metaphase Metaphase
DB Browser for SQLite
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DB Browser for SQLite

A high quality, visual, open source database management tool for SQLite databases. With DB Browser for SQLite, users and developers can create, search, and edit databases. DB Browser for SQLite uses a familiar spreadsheet-like interface, and complicated SQL commands do not have to be learned.

Suggested by Maria Gomez Maria Gomez
DBeaver
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DBeaver

DBeaver is an open-source SQL client and a database administration tool. With DBeaver you can manage any relational databases that has support for JDBC driver, in a well designed GUI. The software is released as two separate versions, DBeaver Community Edition and DBeaver Enterprise Edition. DBeaver Community Edition is freely used and distributed under the ACL license. While DBeaver Enterprise Edition is sold at a monthly subscriptions, and supports NoSQL databases like MongoDB, Cassandra, InfluxDB, Redis, Amazon DynamoDB, Google Bigtable and CouchDB.

Suggested by Freddie Freddie
SQLPro Studio
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SQLPro Studio

SQLPro is a 100% native Mac app that will outperform any of the other Java based database management interfaces.

Suggested by Jamie Jamie
pgAdmin
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pgAdmin

The software pgAdmin is the most popular free and open-source administration panel for PostgreSQL. With pgAdmin developers can manage their database and also use it as a tool that is part of the development process. The software is released under the PostgreSQL/Artistic licence and can be used on macOS, Linux, Unix and Windows to manage PostgreSQL 9.2 and above.

Suggested by Frank Frank
pgModeler
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pgModeler

pgModeler is an open source software for modeling PostgreSQL databases. It merges the classical concepts of modeling using entity-relationship diagrams with specific features that only PostgreSQL implements. With pgModeler you can create and edit database models easily with a simple and intuitive interface. pgModeler allows you to design your database once with dynamic code generation, and export to multiple versions of PostgreSQL ranging from 9.x to 13.x.

Suggested by Frank Frank

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21/02/2021 (2 months ago)