SQL Complete is ready for SQL Server 2012 now!

Posted by on February 3rd, 2012

Devart Team is glad to announce the new release of SQL Complete v3.5. It includes support of all versions and editions of SQL Server, column picker, extended T-SQL syntax support and many other features.

SQL Complete 3.5

In the new version, we’ve made a huge effort to improve usability of our Intellisense and paid a lot of attention to the application quality in general. Together with the new features, meet new look of the suggestion list and new level of the usability of our application! (more…)

SQL Complete v3.0: new version of add-in that can replace native Intellisense for SSMS is available!

Posted by on July 26th, 2011

When working on the new version of SQL Complete, we were focused on the idea of providing the most needed functionality to our users. Such course has already become the strategy of our product development. Our intention is not just to pack the product with features, but to give our users a tool that can make their work more effective. The result of this course was implementing more than a dozen of features and adding integration of SQL Complete with Visual Studio. We hope the integration will be useful for a wide range of prospective users. (more…)

Improving Performance for Parsing UNION Clause in SQL Complete

Posted by on December 27th, 2010

In the previous article we told that we’ve performed a lot of work concerning optimization of parsing queries in SQL documents. Also we informed that we’ve fixed all problems that were found by users of our intellisense… But recently one user sent us quite a small script that caused freezing of SSMS by Devart SQL Complete. Here it is:

SQL Complete: Parsing performance improved!

Posted by on December 13th, 2010

Recently we have released a free SQL Complete tool that provides IntelliSense and script layout for SQL Server. If you like IntelliSense in Visual Studio and write T-SQL, you’ll probably appreciate the productivity improvements with SQL Complete.