What is a good MongoDB GUI client?

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One thing I know of (but don't like the interface very much) is UMongo, which is a desktop, not browser-based application. Here's a screenshot:

So far I've been using MonjaDB - it's an Eclipse plug-in, and Eclipse is my IDE anyway. I like it; it seems to have all the features I used to use in RockMongo.

Here's a screenshot from MonjaDB (there are more on his website, as well as some instructions):

To install it, you obviously need Eclipse (which you can get from the Ubuntu repositories). Once you've done that you need to go to the Help-> Install New Software... and then add this update site. Although I like it, I don't think many people will switch IDE's just for a GUI for Mongo (although I could be mistaken).

Both UMongo and MonjaDB have their source code is on...

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Last Updated November 07, 2017 10:02 AM

I've been using Rockmongo on Windows - it's a php based web tool. But on Ubuntu (12.04) it's behaving funny - queries timing out often - and I'm looking for better clients. Does anyone know anything good for MongoDB on Ubuntu?

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There is RockMongo (a web-based php client), but I can't tell how good it is.

desgua
September 01, 2011 17:57 PM

One thing I know of (but don't like the interface very much) is UMongo, which is a desktop, not browser-based application. Here's a screenshot:

So far I've been using MonjaDB - it's an Eclipse plug-in, and Eclipse is my IDE anyway. I like it; it seems to have all the features I used to use in RockMongo.

Here's a screenshot from MonjaDB (there are more on his website, as well as some instructions):

To install it, you obviously need Eclipse (which you can get from the Ubuntu repositories). Once you've...

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A good UI is an important part of the development experience. The Mongo shell works great for administrative actions but when working with larger amounts of data, the UI becomes fairly important. There are a number of options when it comes to MongoDB GUI, some good and some not so good. Our customers regularly ask us which UI we recommend—below are some of the options for MongoDB UI we have considered. Our main scenarios are data visualization, presentation, and editing. As always your mileage might vary depending on your scenario and preferences.

1) MongoVUE is a desktop GUI for the windows platform. It has a simple clean UI and the basic features are free. Data can be presented in text view, tree view, or table view. You can also save your find queries for later usage—we find this rather convenient. The more advanced features require you to purchase a license. Overall the software appears stable and well-maintained.

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A good UI is an important part of the development experience. The MongoDB Shell works great for administrative actions, but when working with larger amounts of data, the UI becomes fairly important.

In 2014, we discussed 4 of the top MongoDB GUIs: MongoVue, MongoHub, RockMongo, and Robomongo. We left those at the end of this post for your review. Since then, however, many new options have emerged and we thought we’d share our updates.

Comparing MongoDB GUIs

In this article, we are going to compare 4 of the top MongoDB User Interfaces that help developers increase their productivity and manage their database. We’ll be focusing on data visualization, presentation, and editing. As always, your mileage will vary depending on your scenario and preferences. Read on to find out which is the best MongoDB GUI for you, updated for 2016.

1. MongoDB Compass

MongoDB Compass is a tool that helps you visually analyze and understand your MongoDB data. Click To...
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The list of MongoDB GUI client apps on the official site is outdated: some clients are not supported, some are heavily bound to .NET and not runnable on Linux. And all of them lack the ability to edit stored documents (i.e. provide read-only access).

I need a GUI client that:

Works on Linux (but not web); Is free; Supports documents editing.

Is there an app which satisfies these requirements?

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Is there any web MongoDB gui in python? Or any linux os compatible gui?

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I've been using Rockmongo on Windows - it's a php based web tool. But on Ubuntu (12.04) it's behaving funny - queries timing out often - and I'm looking for better clients. Does anyone know anything good for MongoDB on Ubuntu?

Shell-centric cross-platform open source MongoDB management tool (i.e. Admin GUI).

[It] embeds the same JavaScript engine (based on Mozilla SpiderMonkey), that powers MongoDB's mongo shell. It means that you can reuse your existing skills of MongoDB Shell in Robomongo.

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Some more info:

It's available for Linux, OSX and Windows. Regarding Linux, there are packages available in the .rpm (Fedora, CentOS, openSUSE), .deb (Debian, Ubuntu) and .tar.gz formats. It is free (as in Speech); you can access its GitHub repository here.

One thing I know of (but don't like the interface very much) is UMongo, which is a desktop, not browser-based application. Here's a screenshot:

So far I've been using MonjaDB - it's an...

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MongoDB GUI Management Tools

MongoDB is the most popular and open source NoSQL database. Many times we need Management Studio to handle database.

MongoVUE - MongoVUE is an innovative MongoDB desktop application for Windows OS that gives you an elegant and highly usable GUI interface to work with MongoDB. Now there is one less worry in managing your web-scale data.

Top Features-

Open multiple connections to different MongoDB servers
View your MongoDB database as a hierarchical tree consisting of databases, collections, indexes and users
Peek at db and collection stats at the click of your mouse
Add new databases and collections easily through the GUI
Easily build indexes – either specify Json or use the point and click (visual) interface
Run Map-Reduce operations easily. Get syntax highlighting for your Javascript functions while typing
Import relational data from MySQL, SQLServer or PostgreSQL into MongoDB automatically...

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MongoDB

MongoDB is a highly scalable, document oriented NoSQL datastore from 10gen. For more information have a look at the MongoDB homepage: http://www.mongodb.org. A short introduction to MongoDB can be found at this blog post.

MonjaDB

MonjaDB is a GUI client tool for MongoDB developed by JUMPERZ.NET. On a single MongoDB node, you can browse your databases, collections and documents. Single documents can easily be created created, edited or removed.

It also includes a command line shell where you can use the same commands as with the standard mongo CLI.

Installation

MonjaDB comes as an Eclipse Plugin. It can be manually installed (see instructions at the homepage) or simply use this update URL:

http://www.jumperz.net/update/

Summary

I don’t want to start a discussion on GUI tools vs. command line interfaces. Use the one that fits you better.

What’s missing in MonjaDB is the...

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I still see a lot of people asking "what's the best MongoDB client for Mac OS X" (besides the mongo shell console), so I think it would be only fair to share my experience.

I've been using MongoDB a lot and for some reason I haven't been too comfortable using the shell console. I mean, you need an integrated code editor to fiddle with those somewhat verbose JSON-formatted queries...

So I was constantly looking for alternatives; 18 months ago there was none I could find and learn to like, really, but now I really favour Robomongo. It gives you "the full power of MongoDB shell", but in the same time you can easily save, load, edit your queries, do copy/paste, view your results as JSON/trees/tables... and yes, you do get a decent autocompletion :-).

It's also cross-platform, free and open-source (GitHub repo here).

Fotonauts' fork of MongoHub is another interesting alternative to keep an eye on; it has a more "native" OS X feel but IMO it does lack...

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MongoDB is an open source, NoSQL database that is incredibly dynamic. For some users, MongoDB databases and their content can be best accessed using a GUI (graphical user interface), which is essentially like a dashboard to manage the database and manipulate the data. There are many free MongoDB graphical user interfaces out there, and some are better than others. Here’s a list of some of the best MongoDB GUIs:

1. MongoChef

MongoChef is a multi-platform desktop GUI with full support for MongoDB. It allows for in-place data editing, and features a drag and drop search query builder.

2. MongoBooster

MongoBooster is a free MongoDB GUI that offers a query builder, in-place editing, and an IntelliSense feature that knows all completions, methods, ids, variables, etc.

3. MongoVue

This GUI is only for Windows, but it offers the same great features as the GUIs listed above, and is a good option for someone who would like a...

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Here are 5 free MongoDB IDE for Windows. These MongoDB IDEs lets you create or connect to a MongoDB database which is available locally or remotely. You can perform all the database operations by running the commands. The collections and databases are organized by these software in a very good manner. Some of these also have features like auto completion of the command, export results to CSV and JSON, detailed error report, suggestions, etc.

MongoDB is a NoSQL database which means there is nothing to do with the SQL language in this database. Also, the concept of tables doesn’t apply here. It is a totally different database which uses the term ‘Collection’ to denote tables and ‘Shell commands’ are used to manipulate data in collections (just like SQL). You can do almost all the database operations in MongoDB that you usually do in other databases. And these free MongoDB IDE will help you in doing that easily.


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MongoDB is a high performance, open source, non-relational NoSQL database written in C++. MongoDB stores structured data as JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas (MongoDB calls the format BSON). This property helps make the integration of data in certain types of applications easier and faster. MongoDB is network accessible, has full index support, query profiling, replication and fail-over support, indexing, auto-sharding for cloud-level scalability, load balancing and more.

MongoDB is at the forefront of the NoSQL database management system movement. It is a very popular way of storing structured data, providing business benefits and technological capabilities that organisations require. The database is a good fit for e-commerce, document and content management systems, blogs, messaging, system configuration, high volume problems, real-time graphs and analytics, operational data store of a web site, location based data, and account / user profiles.

The database...

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These packages conflict with the mongodb, mongodb-server, and mongodb-clients packages provided by Ubuntu.

Aus:https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/tutorial/install-mongodb-on-ubuntu

MongoDB is a free and open-source NoSQL document database used commonly in modern web applications. This tutorial will help you set up MongoDB on your ...

Aus:https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install...

I've been using Rockmongo on Windows - it's a php based web tool. But on Ubuntu (12.04) it's behaving funny - queries timing out often - and I'm looking ...

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How do I install latest version of mongodb-clients on Ubuntu using apt-get? apt-get install mongodb-clients only installs version 2.4.9.

Aus:https://stackoverflow.com/questions/45995152/how-to-install...

object/document-oriented database (client apps) Other Packages Related to mongodb-clients. depends;...

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If you download the .msi file then install it and if you download the zip file then extract it.

Set up the MongoDB environment.

MongoDB requires a data directory to store all data. MongoDB’s default data directory path is \data\db. Create this folder using the following commands from a Command Prompt:

md \data\db

You can specify an alternate path for data files using the --dbpath option to mongod.exe, for example:

C:\mongodb\bin\mongod.exe --dbpath d:\test\mongodb\data

If your path includes spaces, enclose the entire path in double quotes, for example:

C:\mongodb\bin\mongod.exe --dbpath "d:\test\mongo db data"

You may also specify the dbpath in a configuration file.

Start MongoDB.

To start MongoDB, run mongod.exe. For example, from the Command Prompt:

C:\mongodb\bin\mongod.exe

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