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What is 0xDBE and how do I pronounce it?

0xDBE is our new IDE tailored specifically for database development. It's name is pronounced əʊ-eks-diː-biː-iː, however we like to refer to it as ä-ksi-diː-biː-iː.


Will DataGrip be available for my OS?

If you're on Windows, OS X or Linux, then the answer is yes. For other platforms, well, it just might.

How much for a license?

It's too early to tell, because we're still figuring things out, but the price will be reasonable.

Will 0xDBE support NoSQL databases?

NoSQL support is on our roadmap for future versions. 0xDBE 1.0 will focus on SQL databases only.

When will 0xDBE be released?


Is DataGrip available via JetBrains ToolBox as part of the “All Products” pack?

Yes, it is available both as a Single IDE and as part of “All Products.” If you already have “All Products,” you can already use DataGrip.

Does DataGrip repeat the functionality of the database tools in other JetBrains IDEs?

Yes, the first version focuses on that core functionality.

Can I use DataGrip with SQL dialects that are not listed?

Yes, JDBC driver is the only requirement.

Are stored code debugging, administration tools and NoSQL features planned?

Yes, we’re going to add this functionality in future versions.

How can I help make the product better?

The best way is to share your feedback. Feel free to report bugs and submit feature requests through the issue tracker.


DataGrip doesn't work for my use case. What can I do?

Submit an issue to the issue tracker, and we'll help you.