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Building a cross-platform Electron App in Windows with WSL and Ubuntu News

Building a cross-platform Electron App in Windows with WSL and Ubuntu

Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) version 2 provides a native Linux runtime right inside of Windows. It's pretty rad. I'll show you how to use that environment to build cross-platform apps with Ubuntu 20.04, Electron, and Vue.
Matthew Rathbone / August 2, 2020
Redshift Client for Linux, MacOS, and Windows Tutorials

Redshift Client for Linux, MacOS, and Windows

Beekeeper Studio is a free and open source database client. We support many databases, but we really love Redshift.
Matthew Rathbone / July 24, 2020
Release 1.6 - Statusbars, Menus, and Yak Shaving Release

Release 1.6 - Statusbars, Menus, and Yak Shaving

We're pushing our UX forward with some major usability improvements -- but at what cost?
Matthew Rathbone / July 20, 2020
Beekeeper Studio Release 1.5 - Community Enhancement Megapack Release

Beekeeper Studio Release 1.5 - Community Enhancement Megapack

A whole bunch of new features, usability improvements, and bugfixes. This whole release is community developed!
Matthew Rathbone / June 14, 2020
Beekeeper Studio Release 1.4 - SSH Tunnels, SQL Server, and Multiple Queries Release

Beekeeper Studio Release 1.4 - SSH Tunnels, SQL Server, and Multiple Queries

Windows Integrated Login, Jump Hosts, and being able to click things are some of this week's key features.
Matthew Rathbone / May 22, 2020
Beekeeper Studio Release 1.3 - Bugfix Bonanza Release

Beekeeper Studio Release 1.3 - Bugfix Bonanza

Lots of UI tweaks and database enhancements, especially if you use Postgres
Matthew Rathbone / May 12, 2020
Beekeeper Studio Release V1.2 Release

Beekeeper Studio Release V1.2

Filter, Sort, and Filter SQL table data with the new version of Beekeeper Studio.
Matthew Rathbone / May 5, 2020
Writing Legible SQL with Common Table Expressions Tutorials

Writing Legible SQL with Common Table Expressions

Turn giant unweildly SQL queries into neat bundles of code with Common Table Expressions (CTEs)
Lucas Gray / April 27, 2020