DbStudio is a Database access tool that enables you to connect to a wide variety of databases. It is designed from the ground up to be able to connect to any database. It is still under development and you can download the beta version of the app and share your feedback, suggestions and bug reports.
Currently, it supports:
- Microsoft SQL Server
I have plans to include support for MySql/MariaDb and Oracle as well in future. I also plan to add support to No-SQL databases like Redis and MongoDb, etc.
The development of this tool started long back when SQL Server Management Studio did not yet have auto-complete feature for scripts. I started developing this tool specifically for SQL Server and implemented basic auto-complete.
Recently, I started working with PostgreSql and fell in love with it. And then, I realized that PostgreSql doesn’t have a decent GUI tool that can match SQL Server Management Studio. There is pgAdmin, of course, but I believe developers like me would abhor it as much as I do, due to the lack to standard Windows look and feel and other important features like auto-complete. So I started development of this tool again and added support for PostgreSql.
- Designed to connect to a wide variety of databases
- Familiar User Interface for Microsoft Developers
- Fully developed using C#
- Blazing fast using Native drivers
- Server Explorer can be set to automatically connect to all previously connected Servers at startup
- Query Windows persist across sessions without the need to save them
Go to http://dbstudioapp.com for more information and to download the app.
Points of Interest
Do you any feature suggestions, enhancement suggestions or bug reports? Write it in the comments section below.
- 2018-08-15: Initial version