Web-based PostgreSQL database browser written in Go.
Pgweb is a web-based database browser for PostgreSQL, written in Go and works on OSX, Linux and Windows machines. Main idea behind using Go for backend development is to utilize ability of the compiler to produce zero-dependency binaries for multiple platforms. Pgweb was created as an attempt to build very simple and portable application to work with local or remote PostgreSQL databases.
- Cross-platform support OSX/Linux/Windows 32/64-bit
- Simple installation (distributed as a single binary)
- Zero dependencies
- Works with PostgreSQL 9.1+
- SSH Connections
- Multiple database sessions
- Simple database browser
- Execute and analyze custom SQL queries
- Table and query data export to CSV/JSON/XML
- Query history
- Server bookmarks
Visit WIKI for more details
Pgweb Pro is the next major version of Pgweb and includes features like:
- Table structure editing
- Data editing (update row content)
- History persistence
- Multiple tabs
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Visit https://pgweb-demo.herokuapp.com to see pgweb in action.
Precompiled binaries for supported operating systems are available.
You can also provide connection flags:
pgweb --host localhost --user myuser --db mydb
Connection URL scheme is also supported:
pgweb --url postgres://user:[email protected]:port/database?sslmode=[mode] pgweb --url "postgres:///database?host=/absolute/path/to/unix/socket/dir"
Multiple database sessions
To enable multiple database sessions in pgweb, start the server with:
Or set environment variable:
Deploy on Heroku
Before running tests, make sure you have PostgreSQL server running on
localhost:5432 interface. Also, you must have
postgres user that could create new databases in your local environment. Pgweb server should not be running at the same time.
Execute test suite:
If you're using Docker locally, you might also run pgweb test suite against all supported PostgreSQL version with a single command:
- Fork this repository
- Create a new feature branch for a new functionality or bugfix
- Commit your changes
- Execute test suite
- Push your code and open a new pull request
- Use issues for any questions
- Check wiki for extra documentation
The MIT License (MIT). See LICENSE file for more details.