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MongoDB support, released version 4.1.0

We are proud to announce new version 4.1.0 with first NoSQL DB supported, MongoDB. Though DbGate was primarily designed to work with fixed schema databases, the architecture was designed with document databases in the mind.

Rewrite app from React to Svelte, what you can expect

Recently I have rewritten a medium sized app in React (~250 React components) into Svelte. The result of this action is app, which is more efficient, with easier maintenance and much more readable code. But there were some problems, some situations, which are not streightforward to transform into Svelte code. This article describes some of these situations.

Released DbGate 4.0.0, big frontend rework

Version 4.0.0 is out. The biggest change is change of UI framework. We have got rid of React and replaced it with excellent Svelte framework. This change leads to faster UI, with smaller memory consumption. Also it allows to implement Command palette, which would bery very defficult with React.

DbGate is released on NPM repository + added SSH tunnelling

DbGate is now available as NPM package . You can install it directly as NPM package. This is way, how to run WEB version of DbGate, when you have no Docker available.

Released DbGate 3.9.5, introduced form views

Version 3.9.5 is out. It contains many bug fixes and UI improvements. The biggest new feature is form view on table data.