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Database Flow

https://databaseflow.com

Running locally or on a shared server, Database Flow helps you discover and search your database using SQL and GraphQL. It provides a full-featured GraphQL server for your schema and a performance-oriented SQL query interface.

Features

  • Supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, H2, SQLite, Oracle, SQL Server, DB/2, and Informix.
  • Rich SQL editor with auto-complete and live syntax checking based on your schema.
  • Explore tables, views and stored procedures and share saved results or sql queries.
  • A sophisticated GraphQL server, providing a detailed efficient graph for your schema and data.
  • Supports local single-user app installations, as well as a server mode to run for your whole team.

Installation

  • Grab the latest release from the release list, you'll need Java 8 installed.
  • Run java -jar databaseflow.jar.
  • If you're a big ol' nerd, you can instead clone the repository and execute sbt in the project root.

Source

https://github.com/KyleU/databaseflow

Demo

https://demo.databaseflow.com

Example Export

https://chinook.databaseflow.com

License

This project is owned by Kyle Unverferth. All rights reserved for now.

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