ClearSQL keeps getting better. Now with a totally redesigned UI and new look, it's much more fun and less effort to polish your code and deliver PL/SQL apps at their best.
ClearSQL 9 is all about effective code reviewing. Switch to the dark mode to add more contrast to your code editing experience. Upload PL/SQL scripts right from the start to get instantaneous analysis results. Manage thousands of scripts by filtering the project in a handy way. Find anything from a code unit to application options with the new global search.
Welcome to the dark side
Choose between the familiar light colors and the new dark mode right as you start working with the app. The dark theme goes along with the more contrasting color scheme for code formatting, making the code elements better stand out in the editor. Change the UI theme any time later from the View menu.
Analyze scripts instantly
No need to create a project — simply load your PL/SQL scripts from the disk and start the analysis. ClearSQL will do everything for you, providing comprehensive analysis results for your consideration. Run the instant analysis directly from the startup screen, or call it from the Analyze menu.
Search all around the app
Be it a code element, code review rule, diagram block, or application setting, the new search engine finds it all. The search results appear instantly as you enter the text, and you can choose the most preferred look of the search panel as you work with the detected occurrences.
Work with huge projects effectively
With the new smart filter, it is easier than ever before to navigate in the projects with thousands of scripts. Click the catchy icons in the Project Tree to filter the scripts by their statuses, or enter your text criteria in the field above — the responsive tree instantly shows the filter results.
New Menus & Toolbars
Totally redesigned menus and toolbars keep the most important features at your fingertips. The main menu is now logically structured, helping you perform typical workflows while the pop-up menus now let you access only context-sensitive features, and the new icons just make the total look a whole lot sexier.