Open PostgreSQL Monitoring vs Postico

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Open PostgreSQL Monitoring vs Postico: What are the differences?

Open PostgreSQL Monitoring: Oversee and Manage Your PostgreSQL Servers. Open PostgreSQL Monitoring is a free software designed to help you manage your PostgreSQL servers; Postico: A modern PostgreSQL client for OS X. 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.

Open PostgreSQL Monitoring and Postico can be primarily classified as "Database" tools.

Open PostgreSQL Monitoring is an open source tool with 149 GitHub stars and 10 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Open PostgreSQL Monitoring's open source repository on GitHub.

Helpful, LemonStand, and ALV CH are some of the popular companies that use Open PostgreSQL Monitoring, whereas Postico is used by JustWatch, Montemedia, and Livestorm. Open PostgreSQL Monitoring has a broader approval, being mentioned in 16 company stacks & 15 developers stacks; compared to Postico, which is listed in 8 company stacks and 8 developer stacks.

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    What is Open PostgreSQL Monitoring?

    Open PostgreSQL Monitoring is a free software designed to help you manage your PostgreSQL servers.

    What is Postico?

    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.

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