DataGrip 2018.3 EAP 2
DataGrip 2018.3 EAP
Hello! The next build for DataGrip 2018.3 is here. Let’s see what’s inside.
We’re gradually finding our feet with NoSQL. After adding Clickhouse support in 2018.2.2, we have now gone on to add the support for Cassandra.
Please, try it out and share your feedback with us! This time right now, before the release is set in stone, is the best time to let us know what you think as improvements can still be made on the fly.
Generating files from objects
Now, if you use the SQL Generator (Ctrl/Cmd+Alt+G) for getting the DDL from objects, you can also generate the SQL files for these objects. To do this press the save button on the left pane.
As you can see, we’ve created two layouts for the output. The UI is not quite finished yet, so please, if you have any ideas you would like implemented share them with us: what kind of settings you would like to see here.
Anyway, now you can press Edit button to the right of the Layout drop-down and edit any of them. Or create your own. These layouts are just groovy scripts.
Enhancements in this area:
— Single lines cannot be folded.
— Text for foldings now has more information.
— Expression/declaration lists can be folded:
Completion for window functions
Subscribe to Blog updates
Thanks, we've got you!
DataGrip 2023.2: New UI with toolbar icons in the header, AI Assistant, time zones in the data editor, support for Redis Cluster
DataGrip 2023.2 is out!Here’s a sneak peek at what it has to offer. For a detailed description of this update, please visit our What’s New page. User Interface New UI: The toolbar icons have been moved to the header Improved main toolbar customization Light theme with light …
Nextсloud Performance Hacks with EverSQL and DataGrip
Hi, I'm Pasha. In my everyday life, I'm a Developer Advocate for data engineering, but by night, I'm a geek. Like, a really geeky geek! I have used Linux since 2009 as my primary OS (BTW I use Arch). If possible, I always prefer to host everything I use. So if you decide to drop me an email at me@as…
DataGrip 2023.1 Quality Release
Hello! For DataGrip 2023.1, we focused entirely on quality. We’ve fixed many bugs that had accumulated in our public issue tracker (not the most fun part of the job, but important nonetheless). While there won’t be any new features for you to explore this time, we hope you’ll notice impr…