Today we release DataGrip 2020.2! As usual, we thank all our early adopters who helped us make the IDE better during this release cycle. Here’s a brief overview of the new version. For a detailed description of this update, please visit our What’s new page.
— Separate editor for cell values
— DML preview in the data editor
— New UI for boolean values
— New UI for cropped data
— Export to the clipboard in the context menu of the data editor
— [MongoDB] Better filtering
— Inspection widget
— Introduce variable
— Suggested rename
— Even better JOIN completion
— Refresh database quick-fix
— Google BigQuery dialect
— TextMate bundles
— SQL 2016 for Generic dialect
— Original casing of objects for SQL formatter
— Multiple carets for each line of selection
— All databases and schemas in the database tree
— UI for creating views
— [Oracle] Basic support for DB links
— Long tabs no more!
— Native libraries in the driver settings
— Git and Github plugins bundled
— [MongoDB] Run configurations for *.js files
For more details please see the What’s new page.
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