Robomongo is a shell-centric cross-platform MongoDB management tool. Unlike most other MongoDB admin UI tools, Robomongo embeds the actual
mongo shell in a tabbed interface with access to a shell command line as well as GUI interaction.
Starting from version 0.9, Robomongo is compatibile with MongoDB 3.x (including SCRAM-SHA-1 auth and support for WiredTiger storage engine). Robomongo 0.9 embeds the MongoDB 3.2 shell.
Robomongo 0.8.x embeds the MongoDB 2.4.0 shell.
What's new in latest Robomongo 1.0-RC1?
Latest release of Robomongo 1.0-RC1 includes:
- Replica Set Support
- Improved error handling (no double error windows) and new operation logging for almost all operations.
- New 'Attributes' column in connections list window showing connection properties such as 'Replica Set', 'SSL' and 'SSH'.
- Windows size is saved/restored for Edit, View and Insert Document dialogs.
Central feature of this release is Replica Set feature. With this new feature, Robomongo can be used to work with replica set clusters with SSL, hosted on localhost, LAN or in the cloud. Even when primary is unreachable, it is possible to work on a secondary with a couple of clicks.
What's Planned for the Next Releases?
We are currently working towards Robomongo 1.0 milestone.
Currently in progress:
- Robomongo 1.0 Planning (ETA: 22 Feb 2017)
Planned for Next Release:
- Robomongo 1.0 Planning
Plans for Future:
- User Roles
- Support execution of multiple simultaneous queries #1161
- Selectable mongodb engines #1249
- Enhancements for stability, running without crashes (Stability Milestone)
- More Documentation
- Unit Tests
- Refactoring Debug Log module
|MongoDB Cloud Platforms|
|Windows 64-bit 10||Mac OS X 10.11||Linux Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit*|
|Windows 64-bit 8.1||Mac OS X 10.10||Linux Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit*|
|Windows 64-bit 7||Linux CentOS 7 64-bit*|
|Linux CentOS 6 64-bit*|
* latest stable build
You can download tested install packages for OS X, Windows, and Linux from our site: www.robomongo.org.
The latest stable release is currently Robomongo 0.9.0.
Robomongo is an open source project driven by volunteers. We'll try to get to your questions as soon as we can, but please be patient :).
The wiki contains prerequisites and instructions to Build Robomongo.
If you want to compile from source yourself, you should be able to do so cleanly from a release branch.
New feature suggestions or UI improvements are always welcome. Create a new feature request on github
This project is powered by open source volunteers, so we have a limited amount of development resource to address all requests. We will certainly make best efforts to progress (particularly for those with strong community upvotes).
Code contributions are always welcome! Just try to follow our pre-commit checks and coding style:
If you plan to contribute, please create a Github issue (or comment on the relevant existing issue) so we can help coordinate with upcoming release plans.
For a general workflow, see Github's guide to Fork a Repo.
Pull requests (PRs) should generally be for discrete issues (i.e. one issue per PR please) and be clean to merge against the current master branch. It would also be helpful if you can confirm what testing has been done (specific O/S targets and MongoDB versions if applicable).
A usual naming approach for feature branches is
issue-###. Include the issue number in your commit message / pull request description to link the PR to the original issue.
#248: updated QScintilla to 2.4.8 for retina display support".
There are some cosmetic issues we could use help with (designing images or UI). They are marked in the issue queue with a
Cosmetic label. If you see an open issue that you'd like to contribute to, please feel free to volunteer by commenting on it.
There are a number of issues we could use help with reproducing. They are marked in the issue queue with a
Needs Repro label. If you see an open issue that doesn't appear to be reproducible yet, please feel free to test and comment with your findings.
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