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Tip - MongoDB GUI with support for 3.0 and WiredTiger

Daniel WertheimDaniel Wertheim

When it comes to having a GUI for MongoDB on Windows, my previous, preferred software of choice has been Robomongo. Unfortunately (as of current writing) it does not seem to support MongoDB 3.0+ and WiredTiger. Looks like there’s a really good alternative, which I didn’t know about before. Meet: MongoChef.


It supports Linux, Mac and Windows, and has a license model that is Free for Personal, non commercial use, and then a fair pricing for commercial use.

Have just spent a very short time with it, but looks OK and gets the work done for now. Not sure I like the dialogs/features for assisting you with updates and queries, but it’s optional and if found not useful, then just don’t use those features.





Developer that lives by the mantra "code is meant to be shared".