Forest vs. dat vs. SQLdep

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What is Forest?

Install the Forest agent in your application to analyze your data models and instantly set up an admin interface. Connect your 3rd party services to create intelligent consistency between all your data without needing to change context.

What is dat?

Dat is an open source project that provides a streaming interface between every file format and data storage backend.

What is SQLdep?

SQLdep is a cloud service generating data-lineage from SQL code or stored procedures. By transforming SQL code into visual maps developers are relieved from routine and time consuming tasks.
Why do developers choose Forest?
Why do you like Forest?

Why do developers choose dat?
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Why do developers choose SQLdep?
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What are the cons of using Forest?
No Cons submitted yet for Forest
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What are the cons of using dat?
No Cons submitted yet for dat
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What are the cons of using SQLdep?
No Cons submitted yet for SQLdep
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How much does Forest cost?
Forest Pricing
How much does dat cost?
How much does SQLdep cost?
What companies use Forest?
6 companies on StackShare use Forest
What companies use dat?
1 companies on StackShare use dat
What companies use SQLdep?
0 companies on StackShare use SQLdep
What tools integrate with Forest?
5 tools on StackShare integrate with Forest
No integrations listed yet
What tools integrate with SQLdep?
8 tools on StackShare integrate with SQLdep

What are some alternatives to Forest, dat, and SQLdep?

  • Sequel Pro - MySQL database management for Mac OS X
  • PostGIS - Open source spatial database
  • Open PostgreSQL Monitoring - Oversee and Manage Your PostgreSQL Servers
  • Liquibase - Source control for your database

See all alternatives to Forest

Project of the Week: Dat


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