I proudly present you pgModeler 1.1.0!
The apex of a one-year work bringing lots of new features!

After one year, 98 new features, 165 changes/improvements, and 88 bug fixes here we are, with great joy, bringing a new major release of pgModeler! The journey was long, with tons of challenges, but the results are satisfying because now we have an even more optimized tool with plenty of new features that will make your database modeling and management jobs more pleasant, accurate, and faster! This version brings major changes in the database model design including the infinite canvas support allowing objects to be placed everywhere without restricting them on the origin point (0, 0). Also, the database model file loading speed was greatly improved, and models that previously were loaded in minutes now load in a few seconds. Another important change in the design view was the introduction of a simplified way to create views way more intuitive compared to previous versions. In the database management view, the code completion now retrieves names from living databases accelerating the creation of SQL commands. The UI theme management area, pgModeler now can follow the current theme defined in the OS by selecting the correct theme (light/dark) without the need for the user's intervention. Finally, the command-line tool has received the plugins' support and now the CLI version of pgModeler can receive user-defined features making it even more powerful. This post explains the mentioned features and many others in detail, don't let to read it!

pgModeler 1.1.0-alpha1 is out!
A tremendous performance leap!

After working for four months, we are here to bring you the last alpha release of pgModeler 1.1.0. This version was mainly focused on improving performance on several parts of the tool. A lot of effort was put into refactoring lots of code which led to an amazing (almost unbelievable) result. Basically, pgModeler has improved by ~80% in the database model loading speed, validation, object searching, and other secondary operations. This release also brings some cool UI improvements and a new exclusive feature, named SQL session plugin, available on the paid version of the tool. Finally, as always, pgModeler received some patches that solved crashes and improved the existing features so the user experience could be more pleasant and the results produced could be more accurate with their needs. Everything is fully detailed in this post, don't skip this reading!