DataGrip is a tool from JetBrains for managing various databases. It can work with different databases: MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL Server and so on. DataGrip supports Git, SVN, Mercurial and other versions control systems.
In this article, we'll walk you through the installation of DataGrip on Ubuntu.
Install DataGrip using Terminal
- Open a terminal. Ctrl + Alt + T
- Type or paste the following command:
sudo snap install datagrip --classic
Install DataGrip using Software Center
If you don't want to use the terminal, you can install DataGrip using the Software Center. Technically, these methods are similar because the Software Center also uses snap.
- Open the Software Center and type DataGrip in the search bar.
- Click on the found application. Then click the Install button.
In this short article, we looked at how to install DataGrip on Ubuntu. As you can see, there is nothing difficult. Still have questions? Write in the comments.