- Simple, fast and minimalistic UI
- Efficiently handles and caches large query results
- Integrates with gnuplot to visualize query results
- Automatically generates documentation for your schema
- Supports saving, tagging, sharing and browsing queries
- Export query results to TSV, SQL, CSV or JSON
- Supports multiple users
- Built-in syntax highlighting (provided by Prism)
- Keeps track of queries that broke after a schema update
- Single-binary deployment1
- Linux. Other OSes may also work if you don’t enable gnuplot support or disable the seccomp patch, but I can’t really recommend that.
- Latest release
- There’s no numbered releases or static binaries yet, get in touch if this interests you.
- Development version
- The most recent code is available on a git repository.
SQLBin is heavily inspired by SQLPad. My main motivation for writing SQLBin was to provide a less heavyweight alternative with an improved query browser and better intergration with PostgreSQL.
There’s a whole list of alternative database querying tools over here.