Fang of Mongo - web based user interface for MongoDB build with django and jquery.
It will allow you to explore content of mongodb with simple but (hopefully) pleasant user interface.
Fang of mongo is actually rather proof of concept for mongo ui then anything working properly. Expect all kinds of bugs and limitations. This is work in progress.
For installation instruction, see INSTALL file To get the idea of code internals, see code_hacking.txt
Ubuntu 10.10: - requirements:
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sudo aptitude install python-setuptools mongodb python-django python-pymongo
- grab archive using either:
git: git clone http://github.com/Fiedzia/Fang-of-Mongo.git
download archive and unpack into directory of your choice
after downloading, open console, cd to directory where the files are and type:
python ./manage.py runserver
now point your browser to http://localhost:8000/fangofmongo/ and enjoy
- allow users to easily explore mongdb content and any metainformation it may provide
- Long term goal is to being able to perform any operation that can be done using mongodb console
TODO (in order of importance):
- make sure fom works correctly (by creating unittests and usable dataset)
- rethinking plugin interface
- collection and db operations
- data export (html, json, csv, xml)
- support for database credentials
- user management
- implement some form of mongo console
UI comments (thanks matt):
1.) Look at jquery ui autocomplete for the searches. 2.) Less draggable area dont allow it to cover the top menu. 3.) Wider text boxes with larger font. 4.) More margin between elements (pretty much everywhere) 5.) Effects / transitions between panes. 6.) Ive always though YAML has the best way to cleanly show
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- 7.) If your going with the whole draggable idea, why not make it so
- that you can open more than one collection at once and be able to minimize them. See: http://desktop.sonspring.com/ for ideas.
Down the road ideas: 1.) Completely themeable using the theme roller with all the pre-built
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- 2.) Drag and drop query builder with all of the special variables
- ($set, $unset ect...) similar to the MySQL workbench query builder.
3.) Full set of CRUD operations to perform on the database.