If you’re a database developer, you know that you need different SQL statements for creating schemas, ad-hoc querying, initiating backups, or troubleshooting. For these scenarios, finding the right graphical tool can speed up these tasks and make you more productive. Over the years, the PostgreSQL community has developed several open-sourced graphical tools for managing PostgreSQL databases, visualizing the datasets it contains, and running queries. You can find a comprehensive list of tools on the PostgreSQL wiki here.
This post is the first in a series of on-going articles that will show you how to work with Yugabyte DB using popular PostgreSQL GUI tools.