I need a GUI client that:

Works on Unix; Is free; Supports documents editing. Is there an app which satisfies these requirements?

  • Are web-based UIs OK? If yes I am afraid there are too many... If not please mention it, thanks.
    – Nicolas Raoul
    Jul 23 '19 at 10:06
  • probably an interesting site: mongodb-tools.com Jul 24 '19 at 6:52

Robo 3T

Robo 3T, formerly Robomongo, (Windows/Mac/Linux) is the free lightweight GUI for MongoDB enthusiasts.

  • GUI for MongoDB with embedded shell

Robo 3T is packaged as a snap package (robo3t-snap) in Ubuntu, and the same snap package can also be installed in most major Linux distributions if snapd is also installed. To install Robo 3T in Debian-based distributions open the terminal and type:

sudo snap install robo3t-snap  

Studio 3T

Are you serious about MongoDB? Choose Studio 3T (Windows/Mac/Linux), the professional GUI and IDE for MongoDB, and save hours per week. Studio 3T is available in Core, Pro, and Enterprise editions. The Core edition is always free for non-commercial use.

  • Autocomplete queries with IntelliShell
  • Drag and drop fields to visually build queries
  • Use SQL to query MongoDB
  • Build aggregation queries stage by stage
  • Generate driver code in 5 languages
  • Multiple ways to import & export, including SQL migration
  • Automate repetitive MongoDB tasks like imports
  • And so much more...

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