qMongoFront is a native QT mongodb application for Linux that gives you an usable GUI interface to work with mongodb. It's free and open source.
- Add and remove databases and collections
- Insert remove and update documents
- View and filter the content of collections
- View status of servers and databases
- supported for GridFS
- supported for auth
- supported for user management
- supported for index
- supported for replicaSet
- supported for MapReduce
- supported for Group
- update document value by double clicked in the tree view
This looks like it has a lot of potential as a foundation for lots of future bells and whistles. It's simple and intuitive and works just like the mongo shell commands were given guis, i.e., the operational logic was not changed and the display is exactly what I visualize using the shell during the different operations. My only issue is that I could not get the find funct to work. When I clicked on the collection in the data explorer window to open it, the terminal said: "QMetaObject::connectSlotsByName: No matching signal for on_pushButton_find_clicked()". I put different combos of values in the areas in the tab showing the collection and hit 'refresh' it would only throw a message box, 'invalid data'. But I'm no rocket scientist; maybe it's something perfectly self evident that I'm missing. If somebody could let me know how to do that thing I'd appreciate it. The fact that I can find no docs at all is the only reason I rated 'support' low. But I get it- it's a young project. I have hope; I think if the dev keeps up with this and gets it to the 1.0 stage this will be a really nice little app for basic mongodb use. As soon as I can make it find something my rating will go up to a 4.