What is new in MongoChef 4.5

We are immensely excited to announce the release of MongoChef 4.5! This is one of our largest releases ever. We would like to explicitly thank you, our users, for your plentiful feedback and feature suggestions that continue to make MongoChef so much better. MongoChef 4.5 is chock-full of new features and improvements: Full MongoDB 3.4 Compatibility MongoDB Export to SQL Improved […]

What is new in MongoChef 4.4

MongoChef has just gotten even better! We are very pleased to announce that MongoChef 4.4 has been released! For this release, we have particularly focussed on improving the overall user experience of MongoChef even further. Thanks a lot for all those suggestions! Undocking tabs Loads of you have requested this. And yes, this is a great productivity […]

How to rename a field in MongoDB using MongoChef

Every now and then you may need to change the name of a field within your MongoDB documents. Whether you need to do it for a single document, or perhaps for multiple documents, this task can be easily accomplished with only a few steps from within the MongoChef app. Renaming A Field Name In A Single […]

What is new in MongoChef 4.3.0

We have just released MongoChef 4.3.0! This release brings many improvements and new features you have asked for, for example: Schema Documentation You can now generate beautiful schema documentation for MS Word:       Explore documents missing a certain field When you spot a field in the schema explorer that does not occur in all […]

Real-Time Server Status Charts for MongoDB in MongoChef

This blog post demonstrates the Server Status Charts feature of MongoChef for MongoDB. The server status charts show real-time updates of what’s happening on a MongoDB instance: so you can easily monitor particular things of interest on production, development, test, or local instances. You can open a Server Status Charts tab by right-clicking on a […]

MongoDB Schema Discovery and Exploration with MongoChef

One of the great things that we love about MongoDB is of course that it is schema-less. This makes adapting your application to changing requirements a breeze. That said, your data will often have a fixed implicit schema – e.g. each document in your employees collection will likely always have a first and last name field. So, […]