When comparing PG Commander vs SEQUEL for PostgreSQL, the Slant community recommends SEQUEL for PostgreSQL for most people. In the question“What are the best Mac OS X GUIs for PostgreSQL?” SEQUEL for PostgreSQL is ranked 8th while PG Commander is ranked 13th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Powerful SQL terminal
PG Commander offers a built-in SQL terminal.
Pro Fast, native UI
The UI is clean and simple with a native feel.
Pro Very powerful and extended autocomplete.
Pro Customisable interface, feature rich SQL Editor with syntax highlight and autocomplete
Pro Thought-out object editors
There is no need to jump around tabs, etc. Everything is always available on the same page.
Pro Great GUI layout for small screens
Perfectly fits on a Macbook Pro 13's screen. Very comfortable to work with.
Pro Provides detailed control over every database element
Every database element has it's own management form, providing all available settings and parameters modification.
Pro Easy update table data from custom query
Easy to edit sql query result data and push back to database.
Con No longer developed
PG Commander is by the same developer who is developing Postico. Therefore PG Commander is no longer being developed, and the developer suggests using Postico instead.
Con No Support documentation
Con No Passphrase for SSH keys
No ability to add a passphrase for an ssh key, refuses to connect to remote server without it.