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Modeling made easy with pgModeler
Why use pgModeler? Check some reasons below.
Easy to use
Easily create and edit database models with simple and intuitive interface. The pgModeler have forms that indicates the fields that must be filled to provide the correct generation of SQL code.
Support to several versions
Model once and export to multiple versions. The pgModeler has a method of generating code that allows the models to be exported to different versions of PostgreSQL (Experimental!).
Built over Qt framework pgModeler can be compiled under Windows, Linux and MacOSX. The build scripts are easily configurable to resolve specifics dependencies on each system.
Need some functionality that does not exist yet? Feel free to implement it. The pgModeler has a plugin development interface that gives access to all classes and functions facilitating the creation of additional feature without make changes to the core code. Check the code documentation here and start to develop your plug-in.
Get, modify and redistribute the source code without any charge. The pgModeler has a public repository that allows forks and full access to source code. Developers can create their own versions from the existing code.
Developer or not you can collaborate! Give your feedback with suggestions for improvements, submit UI translations, report bugs and much more. Simply submit an issue at GitHub and let your mark on pgModeler development history. The project needs as many as possible contributors to be improved more quickly!