Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.8
Processor type(s) & speed: Intel
RAM minimum: 1 GB
Video RAM: 0
Pre-cracked, open and enjoy!
What's new in Version 0.26:
More responsive user interface
-When designing new tables, they appear in the sidebar in italic until they are saved
-Deleting objects now removes them from the sidebar and the main window without needing to refresh
-Truncating a table refreshes it and no longer shows a modal dialog
-Table view automatically refreshes after making changes to table structure
-Postico now remembers settings like column order when renaming tables
Improved data entry for enums, booleans, and foreign keys
-You can now select values for enum and boolean columns from a popup menu
-Foreign Keys now have a little icon that lets you pick rows from the related table
-Added a button to view the related table
Tweaked the design of the table view. The header is now light gray and single-line, and I've added vertical grid lines.
Views now load constraints from their source tables, allowing foreign key selection in editable views.
Fixed layout issues on El Capitan
Fixed a crash when editing table structure with a check constraint that is not related to any columns.
Improve performance for tables containing very long text by truncating tooltips.
Fixed an issue where toggling the right sidebar didn't work.
Skip count query when number of rows can be inferred.
Added an option in preferences to disable forced sorting (improves performance for large tables without indices)
Check constraints are now syntax-highlighted.
Server Nickname is now displayed correctly in breadcrumb navigation
Added reload button to the default toolbar
Fixed a problem where changing the "Rows per page" preference did not take effect.
Filters are now displayed at the top.
Changed default column type on Redshift from SERIAL (unsupported) to INTEGER
The status display now shows "Transaction active" when a transaction is in progress.
Postico now reloads the full row after making changes.
Postico makes PostgreSQL approachable.
PostgreSQL is an absurdly powerful database, but there's no reason why using it should require an advanced degree in relational theory. Postico provides an easy to use interface, making Postgres more accessible for newcomers and specialists alike.
Postico will look familiar to anyone who has used a Mac before. Just connect to a database and begin working with tables and views. Start with the basics and learn about advanced features of PostgreSQL as you go along.