pgweb vs Redsmin: What are the differences?
pgweb: Web-based PostgreSQL database browser written in Go. This is a web-based browser for PostgreSQL database server. Its written in Go and works on Mac OSX, Linux and Windows machines. Main idea behind using Go for the backend is to utilize language's ability for cross-compile source code for multiple platforms. This project is an attempt to create a very simple and portable application to work with PostgreSQL databases; Redsmin: All-in-one fully featured GUI for Redis. Redsmin is an all-in-one GUI for Redis, a tightly crafted developer oriented, online real-time monitoring and administration service for Redis.
pgweb and Redsmin belong to "Database Tools" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by pgweb are:
- Connect to local or remote server
- Browse tables and table rows
- Get table details: structure, size, indices, row count
On the other hand, Redsmin provides the following key features:
- Cross-platform, works everywhere inside a browser.
- Multiple database management with direct (plain text connection), direct (TLS/SSL connection) or proxied access for local instances behind a firewall.
- Batch operation over multiple key that match a pattern (delete, rename, duplicate)
pgweb is an open source tool with 5.94K GitHub stars and 419 GitHub forks. Here's a link to pgweb's open source repository on GitHub.