pgAdmin4 is a rewrite of pgAdmin3 built using Python, javascirpt, and jQuery. It allows for pgAdmin to be accessed locally or via webserver. Here’s how you can install it in Xubuntu 16.04.
pgAdmin has a lot of other python dependencies. To save your machine from unwanted updating of system modules, it is good practice to install pgAdmin in a virtial environment of its own.
Here, I’m using virtualenvwrapper:
The python version I’m using is Python 2.7.12.
pip install pgadmin4-1.3-py2.py3-none-any.whl
Your pgAdmin4 will be installed in **
Create a config_local.py in **
and add the line SERVER_MODE = False
SERVER_MODE = False
Go to http://localhost:5050
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