pgModeler 0.9.1 is finally here!
An important milestone for the project.

After eight months of hard work we finally have the stable release 0.9.1. This version is a mark in the pgModeler's development and so important as the release 0.8.2 in terms of improvements because it brought features requested long ago and that will make pgModeler even better to work with, being some of them: crow's foot notation support, multiple relationships for the same table pair, support to row level security, identity columns and much more. For this release specifically (considering only the work after 0.9.1-beta1), the golden rule was to fix bugs, adjust the current features and introduce few new things and thus was done: 21 bug fixes, 14 changes/improvements and 7 new features. Checkout the details in the full post!

pgModeler 0.9.1-alpha is here!
Crow's foot notation is the cutting-edge feature this time.

This release opens the path to the new major release 0.9.1 bringing some new features based upon old requests, improvements to current features and fixes for bugs reported after the launch of 0.9.0 last month. This first alpha branch finally introduces the Crow's foot notation adding an improved readability to the database models. The support is still quite experimental and has some limitations that can be removed in future releases. Another enhancement done in the tool is the ability to toggle schemas' rectangles at once without the need to do it object per object. A new automatic arrangenment algorithm was introduced and causes tables to be scattered inside their respective schemas and then scatter the schemas themselves, this will serve as a starting point for users to arrange their tables over the canvas. See the full post for more details.