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DbVisualizer has a long history of being a top-performing database editor.
It includes support to connect, navigate and view your BSON documents in your MongoDB database.
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Driver management via Maven.
DbVisualizer always offers the most up-to-date driver for MongoDB. Utilizing the driver manager, you can effortlessly connect to your databases using drivers hosted on Maven, with a variety of versions at your disposal.
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MongoDB is a popular open-source NoSQL database management system. MongoDB is a document-oriented database, which means it stores data in a format similar to JSON documents..
A MongoDB client is used to connect to and perform various database operations in the MongoDB database.
To connect, navigate, and view your MongoDB database you can use a database client.
DbVisualizer has a driver manager built in that you can use to connect to MongoDB.
DbVIsualizer has a visual query builder, that automatically generates SQL code as you drag and drop tables and select values to include.
Download DbVisualizer, and connect to your MongoDB database. Try the Pro version for 21 days or buy the Pro version to get the full function set. You can also use the client for free with limited functionality.
Yes you can! DbVisualizer can connect to many different data sources to navigate and manage data.
DbVisualizer has support for MongoDB object types, you can see the full list of supported object types here.
DbVisualizer is built to make your life easier and you can easily customize the layout and functions to match your workflow. This list of features is supported in DbVisualizer for MongoDB.
Those different environment labels in which you work with your database does mean more or less the same thing. While a client indicates that you have a server elsewhere, the GUI refers to the graphical interface of the application. IDE refers to the larger "integrated development environment" and the editor refers to in actual part of the client in which you write your code. A workbench focuses more on the process of development itself. However, all of these have come to be synonym in how people refer to the application in which you do the actual coding.
Yes, for each database you can see the tables, relations and custom objects that have been created.