Modern database IDE for your dev & data workflows. Supports MySQL, PostgreSQL & MongoDB.




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Slashbase is an open-source modern database IDE for your dev/data workflows. Use Slashbase to connect to any of your database, browse data and schema, write, run and save queries, create charts. Supports MySQL, PostgreSQL and MongoDB.

It is in beta (v0.10), help us make it better by sending your feedback and reach a stable (v1.0) version.

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  • 🧑‍💻 Desktop and Server App: Use the IDE as a standalone desktop app or self-host on your server.
  • 🪄 Modern Interface: With a modern interface, it is easy to use.
  • 🪶 Lightweight: Doesn't take much space on your system.
  • ⚡️ Quick Browse: Quickly filter, sort & browse data and schema with a low-code UI.
  • 💾 Save Queries: Write and Save queries to re-run in the future.
  • 📊 Create Charts: Create charts from your query results.
  • 📺 Console: Run commands like you do in the terminal.
  • 🗂 Projects: Organise all database connections into various projects.
  • 📕 Query Cheatsheets: Search and view query commands syntax right inside the IDE.
  • ✨ Generate SQL with GPT: Write prompt to generate SQL using GPT and run it.
  • ✅ Database Support: MySQL, PostgreSQL and MongoDB.


Direct Download

Follow the steps below to download & start the app:

  1. Download the latest release and extract / open the downloaded file.
  2. Follow the platform specific step below
    • For Windows, double click the Slashbase file to open the app
    • For MacOS, drag the Slashbase file into the Applications folder and start the app from Launchpad.
    • For Linux, run ./Slashbase in the terminal to start the app.
      • Requires GLIBC 2.31 minimum to be installed. Check your system version with ldd --version
      • Requires libwebkit2gtk-4.0 to be installed.
        • On Arch-based distributions, you can install it with pacman -S webkit2gtk

Build from source

Follow the steps below to build & start the app:

  1. Clone the repository or download the zip.
  2. Make sure Go and Wails is installed. Follow the steps here, if not installed.
  3. Go to the project root directory and copy the file at development.env.sample and paste as development.env in the root directory of the project.
  4. Open the terminal at root directory and run make build.
  5. The app is created in build/bin.
  6. Double click the Slashbase file to open the app on Windows and MacOS. For linux, run ./Slashbase on terminal to start the app.

Using Homebrew on macOS.

Make sure Homebrew is installed and run the following commands:

brew install slashbaseide/tap/slashbase

Using Scoop on Windows

Make sure Scoop is installed and run the following commands:

scoop bucket add kulfi-scoop
scoop install slashbase

Using Arch Linux Repository

Install from the Arch User Repository:

yay -S slashbase

Self-host Slashbase Server IDE

To use Slashbase as a self-hosted in-browser collaborative database IDE. See instructions.

To checkout demo, visit


Run query view Low-code view Console view


Detailed documentation is available on


Database Support

  • ✅ PostgreSQL Query Engine
  • ✅ MongoDB Query Engine
  • ✅ MySQL Query Engine
  • ☑️ SQLite Query Engine
  • ☑️ Redis Query Engine


  • ✅ Query Cheatsheets
  • ☑️ Add/delete Data Models (Table/collections)
  • ☑️ Manage Views
  • ☑️ Export/import data


Read our contribution guide for getting started on contributing to the project.


If you face any issues installing or using Slashbase, send us a mail to or contact support chat on our website


This project is supported by:

and Appwrite OSS Fund


This project is licensed under the Apache License 2.0. See the LICENSE file for license rights and limitations.