Database diagrams loved by developers
An online editor to create database diagrams, catalog database tables by features, and effortlessly navigate your database schemas.
Free sign up. No credit card required.
Start a diagram from scratch or generate one from your existing schema.
Create a tag for a feature. Tag all associated tables together under that feature.
Use tags as filters to navigate easily through your database schema.
Keep your diagrams and conversations - all in one place.
Finding tables related to a feature can take a lot of time. Forget the hassle of scrolling and scanning the DB diagram to find the relevant tables.
Use your DB diagram as a source of documentation for design reviews, onboarding new colleagues, or brainstorming DB designs.
Provide feedback directly on the DB diagrams. Communicate changes right where they need to be made.
Use your DB diagram as a brainstorming canvas. Add or remove tables into the diagram during your DB discussions.
We made a comparison of the DB diagramming tools out there, so you don’t have to.
|Visualize database schema diagrammatically||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Catalog database tables by features||Yes||Yes (Paid Version)||No|
|Search tables quickly in a large schema||Yes||No||No|
|Add comments on the diagrams for your teammates||Yes||No||Yes|
(For importing SQL Schema/DBML)
MySQL (Coming Soon)
(Multiple people can work on the same file)
|Yes||Yes (Paid version)||Yes (Paid version)|
|Real-time Collaboration||Coming Soon||Yes (Paid version)||Yes (Paid version)|
|Version History||Coming Soon||Yes (Paid version)||Yes (Paid version)|
Big DB diagrams are mind-boggling because the number of tables are too many, and it is hard to focus on a use case that you have in mind.
Well, we have got you covered, be an early user and get free access.
DBDaddy currently supports PostgreSQL, we are working on supporting more. If you’d like us to bump up the priority for any particular database let us know.
At the moment, you can only create one diagram. We are working on adding support for multiple diagrams and projects.
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DBDaddy is currently free. We do plan to introduce paid versions with additional capabilities as we build it out, but that’s for another day.
Good question. DBDaddy started out with our frustration of not finding an easy tool for creating and managing database diagrams. While there are a lot of tools out there, DBDaddy simplifies your database design related workflows like nothing before. At the heart of it, we want all your database workflows to be simple, super quick and fun. Whether you want to design your database schema, brainstorm ideas with your team, do DB design reviews, ramp up a new colleague on the team, and more.
We believe in solving real-world pain points and would love to get in touch with you to understand the problems you face while going through the process of DB modeling. Get in touch with us.