Debugger for MySQL offers a balanced set of advanced debugging features that will help you minimize the time needed for managing and testing even the most complex stored functions and procedures. Its unique capabilities combined with an affordable price and a steep learning curve make it an excellent choice for novices and professionals alike. If you are looking for a “one-stop” solution that will efficiently satisfy all of your code debugging needs and provide a comfortable development environment, look no further than Debugger for MySQL - your step-by-step guide to flawless code!
Below are just a few things you will be able to accomplish with Debugger for MySQL:
Efficiently debug and manage stored MySQL procedures and functions
Continue debugging into nested procedures and functions
Use conditional breakpoints
Use tooltip expression evaluation
Run SQL commands in the debugging context
The smart code editor with an autocomplete
Debug anonymous code (similar to anonymous blocks in Oracle)
Benefit from full Unicode support
Why do it?
Being a free database management system, MySQL is extremely popular among developers of small and mid-sized database-driven applications and websites. Offering ease of deployment and development coupled with performance and flexibility, this DBMS has everything you need to create a database underlying any kind of application – from a simple 5-page site to a large solution with thousands of users and complex business logic.
Despite being so feature-packed and versatile, MySQL provides developers with absolutely no debugging support, which makes it hard to quickly write stable and bug-free code.
Debugger for MySQL provides you with a set of professional tools integrated into a user-friendly, ergonomic and customizable environment that will tremendously facilitate and speed up your day-to-day testing and debugging routines. Use breakpoints, watches, a call stack, an expression evaluator and other handy features to make sure your stored functions and procedures work the way they are supposed to!
Autocomplete \ Code completion
The code completion option significantly reduces the development time: depending on what piece of code you’re editing now, it automatically pops up a list with code suggestions that suit best of all here, once you pressed the ‘.’ key.
This code completion list includes column names or aliases, table names, embedded or user defined functions etc. The suggestion list considers where in the line a cursor is and adjusts its contents according to the situation. Whether you write a SELECT statement or INSERT new lines to a table, or want to perform a JOIN – in either case code completion offers the most appropriate suggestions. Also, as you start typing the first letters of a statement you need, the completion lists filters its contents to meet your intent.