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The only admin UI we found that offers a table view is MongoVue, which is only available on Windows. We're on Macs with OS X. Do any exist?

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MongoDB has a good list of administration tools and interfaces here. Of these, I've played with a couple mostly on Windows, but some options for you that should work on OS X (because they are Java based) are:

Of the two, I prefered Robomongo. There is also an OS X specific tool called MongoHub that you may want to try out.

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thanks, but as far as we know, none of these offer a table view like mongovue. is this not consistent with your experience? – Crashalot Feb 6 '14 at 20:17
I guess I wonder what you mean by "table view". I am able to browse data in Robomongo by use of shell commands and data as a table doesn't really translate to MongoDB's document model. – Mike Fal Feb 6 '14 at 20:18
look at the tableview screenshots here: we prefer this model to the tree view, even for mongo data, because it more cleanly presents data for each document since attribute names don't repeat for each document. – Crashalot Feb 6 '14 at 20:20
@Crashalot: Robomongo includes a table view as well as JSON and text view. – Stennie Apr 16 '14 at 7:51

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