Markdownfor table/field notes
Manage better & view all your database projects via new project list views.
Simply run the
dbdocs ls command on the dbdocs CLI version
Or open your organization page by select "My Projects" in the account dropdown menu
Your savior, a.k.a save diagram's table positions, is here!
It's very time-consuming before to always move tables around at the beginning of each session.
Now you can sign in & modify the diagram's table positions in your projects. Then every time you & your guests visit, the arrangement in diagrams will stay still.
Due to the dbml syntax gap between our
dbml/core, users couldn't use the composite foreign keys.
Guess what? Now you will have the ability to document relationships with composite keys, like the example below:
Ref: merchant_periods.(merchant_id, country_code) > merchants.(id, country_code)
Good news! You can search for fields, notes in dbdocs now.
Due to the lack of search capability, many users have got lost in large, complex databases. If you have too many fields, you won't find the one you want.
Besides lookup by table names, support search by field names, notes are our improvements in this release. We also support the case-insensitive search for getting better results.
Since login via GitHub is the single option, many users have to use theirs personal GitHub account or even create a new one for documentation purposes.
With the dbdocs CLI version
0.5.0, feel free to connect dbdocs with your work email & improve the workflow now!
For better features awareness & roadmap tracking, it's time to release our documentations!
Previously you couldn’t set up CI/CD with Gitlab, GitHub Actions, or CI server to automatically generate the docs, because our login process required a web browser and UI.
The dbdocs CLI version
0.4.0 now supports you to build documentation with your unique
Read more about CI Integration in our docs.