Database Flow is a modern, Open Source, self-hosted, web-based tool for working with SQL databases and GraphQL APIs. It supports a variety of the database engines: IBM DB2, Oracle, H2, PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, Informix, and Microsoft SQL Server. It features an advanced SQL editor, query plan analyzer, GraphQL client, schema explorer, charting, query history, and more.
The only visible downside so far is that it’s written in Java.
Git is a pretty much standard de facto for version control when it comes to the modern software development. Yet, there are still many projects, companies, and developers who don’t use it. Some, like WordPress, for historical reasons – it’ll take a lot of work to migrate all of the infrastructure and community to git. Others, for personal preference. An example of the latter is SQLite.
Here’s an interesting article on why SQLite does not use git. The core reason is simple – the main developer of the SQLite just doesn’t like git, and there is nothing wrong with it. But in the article there are a few specific technical reasons of why not git, and why Fossil.