dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL is a GUI tool for managing and developing databases and objects. The IDE for PostgreSQL allows users to create, develop, and execute queries, edit and adjust the code to your requirements in a convenient and user-friendly interface. The tool provides a data editing tool to customize your queries and property window so that users can view all the required information of PostgreSQL database objects they are interested in.
I use dbForge for PostgreSQL as for my main DB IDE. I had Navicat and always used it. From the first version of dbForge, I never ever used navicat once again. Seems very stable.
What do you dislike?
I already reported many bug reports and it seems Devart successfully managed to fix them. Only thing makes me think is to edit table schema. This is not so much showstopper for me at the moment because I use internal tools for table editing for my apps. (Migrations) No advanced database configuration (tablespaces...) can be made at the moment.
But this is very young product so I would expect such delay on these features as usual. No table schema editing but this can be done in second app (pgadmin v4) if necessary until dbForge implement it. Also, when I click on json value I had to manually switch to JSON View mode. It should automatically mark it as json view when i view a cell that has a json data.
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What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
I was always in search of great tools for PostgreSQL. I really care about UI and dbForge has a huge advantage over this. Querying database, connecting to multipler DBs and marking them as "Production" or "Development" is also is a life saver. I just categorized them so never mix them.
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