ApexSQL Complete Alternatives

    ApexSQL Complete is described as 'can automatically fill in SQL keywords, statements and identifiers. It integrates seamlessly with SSMS and MSVS. ApexSQL Complete helps with object script and description reviews without coding interruption' and is an app in the Development category. There are five alternatives to ApexSQL Complete for Windows, SQL Server Management Studio, Microsoft Visual Studio, Linux and Mac. The best alternative is DataGrip. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try SSMSBoost. Other great apps like ApexSQL Complete are dbForge SQL Complete (Paid), SQL Prompt (Paid) and Sql Assist (Paid).

    This page was last updated Nov 25, 2021

    1. DataGrip is a database IDE from JetBrains that is tailored to suit specific needs of professional SQL developers. — Intelligent query console
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      • Windows
      • SQL Server Management Studio
      • Microsoft Visual Studio
      dbForge SQL Complete is a useful add-in for SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio. Free and paid editions of the tool offer the powerful autocompletion and formatting of T-SQL code that replaces native Microsoft T-SQL Intellisense.
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      • Windows
      • SQL Server Management Studio
      • Microsoft Visual Studio
      Write, format, and refactor SQL effortlessly in SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio - IntelliSense-style code completion - Code snippet library - Refactor SQL code - SSMS tab history and coloring - Customizable code formatting Writing SQL code by hand, even...
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      • Windows
      SSMSBoost enhances SQL Server Management Studio and adds features like export to excel, results grid search, sessions history, destructive DML guard, go to definition, connections manager and many other.
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    2. SQL Assistant easily integrates with many widely used database editors and database management and development environments including native tools that come with your database systems.
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