After five months of development, the first alpha release for pgModeler 1.1.0 is finally ready and brings some significant improvements compared to 1.0.x. The long-awaited code completion based on living database object names is now implemented in the tool. Also, pgModeler is now able to follow the system's color schema. Many other UI improvements were made attending to the users' requests. One of them is the ability to drag & drop .dbm files directly to the tool's main window to load models. In general settings, the database object shadows can be deactivated improving the rendering speed. The SQL execution widget and data manipulation form now support data exporting to CSV format besides the classic plain text format. In the SQL execution widget, when pasting SQL code coming from external IDEs, pgModeler will try to remove unneeded string concatenation characters in the clipboard text before inserting it in the input field. Finally, this version introduces the backup utility plugin, which implements a simple, user-friendly interface for the commands pg_dump, pg_dumpall, pg_restore, and psql. There's more to be detailed, don't let to read the full blog post!