It takes seconds to map and visualise your database schema. Connect your database directly - Trevor will then derive all the relationships between your tables using foreign keys and common naming conventions.
You can share your ERD with your team online by inviting them to Trevor. You can also print a copy.
If you want to dig into the data itself, you can create and run queries against your database using SQL or Trevor's point and click interface.
In addition to color-coding your tables, you can limit your ER Diagram to subsets of related tables, making it easy to work with large data sets.
Trevor uses foreign keys and common naming conventions to derive the relationships between your database tables and create and maintain an ERD. You can make changes / modifications manually to correct existing or add new relationships.
Yes, you can invite your team using their company, Google, or Heroku accounts.
We currently support MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, SQL Server, Snowflake, and Amazon Redshift.
Yes, it's based on your live data.
Yes! In some cases, you may wish to manually optimise the diagram by dragging certain tables to new locations.