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#1 priyank

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 09:20 PM

Hi,

Are there any plans for releasing a SQLyog version for Postgres.

I really miss the functionality of SQLyog while using Postgres.

Postgres' official client sucks big time. 3rd party alternatives aren't great either.

I'm sure many people would love to see a SQLyog version for Postgres. Any plans?

-Priyank

#2 ashwin

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 06:27 AM

Hi,

Are there any plans for releasing a SQLyog version for Postgres.

I really miss the functionality of SQLyog while using Postgres.

Postgres' official client sucks big time. 3rd party alternatives aren't great either.

I'm sure many people would love to see a SQLyog version for Postgres. Any plans?

-Priyank


There are no such plans for releasing SQLyog for PostgreSQL. This FAQ explains why- http://www.webyog.co...og-support.html

#3 Diusterios

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 11:36 PM

thats Great thanks

#4 ntman

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Posted 18 November 2015 - 08:53 PM

Now at a new job need to work with PostgreSQL. None of the tested programs for PostgreSQL even comes close in terms of convenience and speed to SQLyog. So it is worth considering either the launch of separate product for PostgreSQL or to implement in SQLyog modular architecture that allows to write native drivers for other bases.



#5 br8kwall

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Posted 03 December 2015 - 07:56 PM

I need to chime in to this thread.

 

I've requested this before and I know Webyog's official response is that there are no plans to directly support Postgres.

 

But as I use Postgres more and more (and MySQL less and less) I agree with ntman: the options for Postgres GUI tools are not good and I constantly wish I had a focused tool with the elegance and refinement of SQLyog (or Monyog for that matter) - especially at a reasonable price point.

 

Even the eye-wateringly-priced tools are sprawling messes without a lot of thought put into them relative to SQLyog. Producing POSTYog would be a major undertaking, but if you made a SQLyog parallel for Postgres I'd buy it in heartbeat.

 

Please reconsider this growth opportunity.







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