Beekeeper Studio is a free and open source SQL Editor and Database Manager for Linux, MacOS and Windows. Using this tool, you can connect, query and manager your database easily. It supports SQLite, MySQL, MariaDB, Postgres, SQL Server and Amazon Redshift databases. It comes with simple easy to use Tabbed multitask user interface with dark mode support. You can save your sql queries and see the history of your run queries. Some other features are Autocomplete SQL query, syntax highlighting, Sort and filter the database table. It is released under MIT license.
Install Beekeeper Studio SQL Editor and Database Manager on Ubuntu
Installation of Beekeeper Studio on Ubuntu is a easy process. You can install it via native DEB package file, portable AppImage and snap package manager.
Install Beekeeper Studio via DEB:
Download Beekeeper Studio in native .deb file from above download link and save it on your Downloads folder. Here the file name is “beekeeper-studio_1.4.0_amd64.deb”. It will change based on your beekeeper studio version. So change the commands based on your file name. Open the terminal app. You can open it by pressing (ctrl+alt+t) keys together. Then run below commands one by one.
sudo dpkg -i beekeeper-studio_1.4.0_amd64.deb
sudo apt-get install -f
You can open it from your applications menu.
Install Beekeeper Studio via AppImage:
Like the above steps, first download the latest Beekeeper Studio in .AppImage file format from the above download link and save it on your system Downloads folder. Then run the below commands. You can change the below commands based on your downloaded file names.
sudo chmod +x ~ Beekeeper-Studio-1.4.0.AppImage
you can change “Beekeeper-Studio-1.4.0.AppImage” based on your downloaded file name.
Install Beekeeper Studio via snap:
In your terminal app, run this Beekeeper Studio snap installation command. If needed enter ubuntu password.
sudo snap install beekeeper-studio
In these ways you can install Beekeeper Studio on Ubuntu.