Hi! A new DataGrip 2021.2.4 bug-fix update is available! We've fixed some bugs, here's a list of the most important ones:
DataGrip 2021.2 EAP is Open!
Hello! We’re starting our EAP program for DataGrip 2021.2. We would really appreciate you trying out these new features and sharing your feedback with us – it helps us make the release better! Let's go! DDL data source Generation from a real data source It is now possible to generate a DDL data source based on a real one. The DDL files will be created on the disk and the new data source w
DataGrip 2021.1 EAP Has Started!
If you’re interested in previewing what the year’s first release of DataGrip will include, here’s what you can already try. Connectivity We’ve reworked the connection window to make it more friendly. Drivers and data sources are now listed on two different tabs. The list of drivers won't bother experienced users, while newcomers will not confuse them with data sources. Every driver's page inc
DataGrip 2020.3 EAP is Started!
For those of you who are eager to try the newest things, we invite you to join our Early Access Program for DataGrip 2020.3. As you may know, these builds don’t require a license – we just want everybody to try the new features out before the official release. Let’s go! Couchbase support We're always happy to welcome a new database into our family, and our newest member is Couchbase! It's importan
DataGrip 2020.2 EAP 2
Hello! Please welcome the newest build of our DataGrip 2020.2 EAP. Separate editor for cell values Now if you have a huge value in your cell, it can be viewed or edited in a separate panel. You can also toggle soft wrap mode using the right-hand toolbar. DML preview in the data editor Starting with this version, you can review the query that represents your changes in the data editor. This
DataGrip 2019.3 EAP 2
Hello! It’s time for the new EAP build for 2019.3 that is going to be released this December. Let’s take a look at several new features. Oracle PL/SQL debugger We’ve started working on a debugger for Oracle PL/SQL. Right now, it provides just basic functionality: you can debug procedures, functions, triggers, anonymous blocks and observe variables there. Updates to this feature and additional inf
Top 9 SQL Features of DataGrip You Have to Know
DataGrip is a universal tool for dealing with databases. It supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, and many other databases. DOWNLOAD A 30-DAY TRIAL FOR DATAGRIP One of the most important activities for anyone working with databases is writing SQL. Built on IntelliJ Platform, DataGrip makes coding an enjoyable experience by automating repetitive tasks: as an SQL developer, you probably h
DataGrip 2016.2 is Out!
Hello, everybody! We are excited to release DataGrip 2016.2 and this version brings many interesting features. As usual, we thank all our early adopters who helped us make the IDE better during this release cycle. What is in DataGrip 2016.2? tl;dr: UI for importing CSV files, JSON and XML support in literals, regular expressions checking, dynamic SQL support, completion in tables, keyboard
DataGrip 2016.2 New EAP build: Language injections, ligatures, recompile in Oracle
Hello! We've prepared a new build for our early adopters. Here's a list of the most interesting things you can find inside. Language Injections Quite possibly the most important feature of this build, it lets you treat string literals as live code written in other languages (like XML, JSON, any SQL dialect or even regular expressions), including formatting, highlighting, usage search, comple
DataGrip 2016.1 EAP is Open
Hi there! In case you missed it, the other day we've announced our new product versioning model, in which the version numbers are formatted according to this pattern: YYYY.R. One of the reasons why we did this is to help users to better understand which particular version of, say, PHPStorm has the same database-related features as the current version of DataGrip. So, without any further ado we
DataGrip 1.0.3 Update
Here's a a quick bugfix DataGrip update, bringing you some nice stuff to try right away. Parameterized query plan can now be explained in Oracle without providing parameter values: CSV extractor now quotes values properly, making it simpler to import CSV files. Have a watch of this short video tutorial: https://youtu.be/MtrimePA58U Please use the Check for Update menu comma