Navicat for MySQL for Mac
Navicat for MySQL is a comprehensive Mac OS X application that aims to be the ideal solution for MySQL and MariaDB administration and development.
Effortlessly manage and create complex databases
Thanks to Navicat for MySQL, you can easily connect to MySQL and MariaDB databases at the same time from within a simple and intuitive user interface.
On top of that, Navicat for MySQL sic comes with support for most MySQL and MariaDB features and is compatible with MySQL Database Server version 3.21 and up, as well as MariaDB version 5.1 and up.
Create graphical representations for your relational databases
The long list of features also includes data modeling tools, Import and export capabilities, visual query builder, data transfer, batch job scheduling, along with data and structure synchronization. As follows, the list of featured tools and functions is large enough to help professional developers complete their tasks and easy-to-use for Mac users who are new to database management.
With the help of the built-in visual database designer you can create complex graphical representations of the relational database. At the same time, the reverse engineer feature helps you create a database model for existing database and allows you to graphically visualize and edit the structure of the database.
Moreover, Navicat for MySQL offers you the option to graphically create a model and, based on your model, generate a database capable to support the model. Navicat for MySQL also provides the tools required to compare and synchronize models and databases, and generate SQL / DDL scripts.
Intuitive workspace with code auto-completion capabilities
What is more, Navicat for MySQL enables you to build complex queries without SQL syntax knowledge and construct SQL statements in SQL Editor quicker thanks to the code / word completion feature.
Navicat for MySQL helps you import data into your databases from XLS, DBF, CSV, TXT and XML files. You also have the option to transfer and keep data synchronized between different databases.