This declaration of intent is not a contractual document. The details of the features are refined and polished during the iteration, according to the available time and the feedback I get from a few users. You can volunteer to be the beta-tester by commenting on the issue.
We want to provide a "soft exit" for everyone, so please read our End of life announcement.
- Images in cells
- Foreign keys
- User-managed backups
- Forms (without the need for extensions)
- We're working on Permissions. Administrators should be able to fine-tune permissions to view/edit rows/edit columns/administer tables.
- In September we're hoping to deliver Pivot Tables.
- And Play SQL will be available for Atlassian Cloud.
- Joint Tables: How to access data from foreign databases and augment external tables with your own comments.
- Formulas: Press '=' and start typing formulas. There's a full, in-line help to write advanced formulas.
- Pagination and Autofilters.
- Cell-level formatting.
- Advanced renderers for Queries. This is a major rework, since advanced renderers were a feature for Spreadsheets. - PLAYSQL-47Getting issue details... STATUS
- Rich / Static / Print modes,
- User Parameters for queries, now displayed above the table,
- Dialects for MySQL and Oracle, which remain unsupported and read-only. - PLAYSQL-87Getting issue details... STATUS
- Many bugfixes and little improvements, including Markdown and calendars. See Release Notes 2.6.4 - New data types and Calendar
- Permission levels. See - PLAYSQL-31Getting issue details... STATUS
- License management screen and setup wizard.
- Copy-paste. See - PLAYSQL-27Getting issue details... STATUS
- Formulas. See - PLAYSQL-41Getting issue details... STATUS
- Love for the Query Editor.
- On-boarding experience.
- Sorting. See - PLAYSQL-21Getting issue details... STATUS
- Provide "Play SQL Base" for free as a separate add-on.
- Totals - - PLAYSQL-12Getting issue details... STATUS
- Filters - - PLAYSQL-27Getting issue details... STATUS
- Import with copy-paste.
- Bought the Play SQL plugin,
- Transformed it into a read-write gate to databases.