What is DbSchema?
DbSchema is the perfect tool for designing and managing any SQL, NoSQL, or Cloud Database. Using the intuitive GUI you can edit & browse complex databases with just a few clicks.
DbSchema is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses DbSchema?
5 developers on StackShare have stated that they use DbSchema.
MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Microsoft Azure, and MariaDB are some of the popular tools that integrate with DbSchema. Here's a list of all 19 tools that integrate with DbSchema.
Pros of DbSchema
Mysql Data Explorer
SqlServer random data generator
PostgreSql random data generator
All databases included: PostgreSQL, MariaDb, Redshift
Intuitive interface, complete design using diagrams
- Reverse Engineer the Schema (works for MongoDB)
- Interactive Layouts
- Relational Data Browse
- Visual Query Builder
- Schema Synchronization
- HTML5 Documentation
- Random Data Generator
- Data Loader
- Forms & Reports
- SQL Editor with auto-completion
- Work Offline
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