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Version 5.1.1 - Perspective designer

Although 5.1.1 is marked as minor version release, it brings very important change - perspectives (added in last version) have now a new designer. It look similar like query designer, but it has not query designer constraints - as the result is not single flat query, but hiearchical perspective view.

Version 5.1.0 - Perspectives

I am proud to announce new feature release with one big highlight - perspectives. Table perspectives feature is subset of visual query language defined by Eirik Bakke in his PhD work PhD work. It offers very comfortable and intuitive way to explore data in tables with complex relations. This feature works very well with foreign keys, but when you have database without foreign keys, you could define custom joins and define relations, which you need for the perspective.

Version 5.0.0 - Improved connection workflow

I am happy to announce new major release of DbGate - 5.0.0. It is over a year, when last major release, 4.0 was released. Version 4.0 was complete rewrite from React to Svelte. Although bersion 5.0 brings one big change, is not such a big revolution, it finalises UX impovements between 4.0 and 5.0 versions.

Version 4.8.0 - Redis support

I am proud to announce new database engine supported in DbGate - Redis. Althought Redis is not very similar to SQL databases and MongoDB formerly supported by DbGate, integration of Redis is very intuitive and it uses the same principles as integration of other databases.

Version 4.7.0 - new menu design

The most visible improvement of this version is new look of DbGate window. Especially in dark mode on Windows now it looks much better. There is also posibility to use classic native menu, this option is available in settings dialog.