When comparing DbVisualizer vs QueryPie, the Slant community recommends QueryPie for most people. In the question“What are the best GUI tools for PostgreSQL on Windows?” QueryPie is ranked 6th while DbVisualizer is ranked 9th.
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Pro Professional Tool
This is a good and stable tool with really good and useful functionality: import/export, SSH tunnelling, fast searching, duplication, DDL visualization etc. If you are a professional, don't complain about the pricing. If you're an amateur, maybe this isn't for you.
Pro Duplicate row button
Makes it really easy to stub out example data while developing, just change the values with unique constraints and you have extra data ready to go
Pro Wildcard finder
Has a search box that will highlight any matching row, regardless of what field is matched (spans multiple columns)
Pro In-line editing
Allows you to edit and save db rows through a spread-sheet like edior
Pro Clean and pretty UI/UX
The default color is dark and comfortable for the eyes.
Pro Multiple Query Tabs!
The multi-tab and multi-SQL-runs are great. It's always good to be able to compare results in one window instead of having to go through and re-run stuff.
Pro Fast Auto-complete
Pro Multiple Databases
They only support 2 at the moment (MySQL and MariaDB) but their social site says they'll be updating with more DBMSes in the near future which is pretty nice because I hate learning new GUIs~
Not sure about Linux but it works on Windows and Mac just fine!
Con Requires creating an account
Requiring an account is rare on SQL IDEs...