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MonjaDB is a MongoDB GUI client tool for rapid application development. It aims to provide a thoroughly straightforward way of updating MongoDB documents. It runs on Windows/Mac/Linux.
- Easy to use
- WYSIWYG editing on JSON/Table/Tree of MongoDB documents.
- Very flexible window management (thanks to the Eclipse rich client platform).
- "Actions" is a powerful Macro-like function. It has high compatibility with "mongo" - the MongoDB standard client application.
- Cross-Platform ( Windows, Mac, Linux ).
- Published as open-source code.
Source codes are available on Github.https://github.com/Kanatoko/MonjaDB
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Submitted by Toei Toeijaa on Tue, 2020-12-01 08:57
error occur : unable to read repository
Submitted by Philip Gust on Sat, 2017-11-11 18:14
I wanted my students to use MonjaDB for MongoDB development in Eclipse for my university database course. Although it can display local databases in the database tree and db list, it cannot open any of them or browse their content. This is disappointing as MonjaDB promised to be a very useful addition to Eclipse. I have tried contacting the developer but have received no reply so far. The class is running Eclipse Oxygen, with Mongo 3.4.10 under Windows 10, MacOS Sierra, and a recent version of Ubuntu.
Submitted by Rlogiacco@gmail.com Lo Giacco on Thu, 2015-11-12 15:10
The addition of a top level menu entry is quite uncommon and I would really prefer to have it removed.
Submitted by Steven Altsman on Tue, 2014-05-20 13:31
Requires that you have administrator access in order to do anything and therefore won't work for MongoLab et. al.
Submitted by Richard Kennard on Sun, 2014-01-12 22:17
A really helpful IDE for Eclipse. Installs as its own perspective (called MonjaDB) that makes it easy to manipulate MongoDB instances without needing a Web browser or the command line. Your work on this plugin is much appreciated!