Tech Junkie Blog: AngularJS SPA Part 13: Install RoboMongo GUI for MongoDB

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

AngularJS SPA Part 13: Install RoboMongo GUI for MongoDB

In this post we will be installing the RoboMongo user interface for MongoDB.  The advantage of a GUI is that you can see the documents in MongoDB visually also there is a validate future that is quite useful when you make changes to the data.

Here are the steps to install RoboMongo:

1.  Go to https://robomongo.org/download and click on the "Download" button




















2. Select the first option which is the full Windows 64-bit installer
























3.  Open the robomongo-1.0.0-rc1-windows-x86_64-496f5c2.exe executable file you just downloaded, accept the User Security prompt

4. Click "Next" on the welcome screen, then agree on the user agreement screen

5. Accept the install path, then click "Next"





























6. Click "Install"





























7. Click "Finish"





























8. RoboMongo will launch click on the "Create" link to create a new connection


























9.  Enter "localhost" in the name field and leave everything else as the default value.  Then click on the "Test" button




























10.  A prompt should say that you've successfully connected to MongoDB.  Click "Close" then click "Save"




























11. Now with localhost connection selected click on the "Connect" button
























12.  RoboMongo will show you the current databases that are created

























Posts In The AngularJS SPA Application Series:
  1. Setting Up Angular-Seed
  2. Preparing Angular-Seed For The Shopping List Application
  3. Refactor Code to Not Use Global Variables (Shopping List App)
  4. Installing MongoDB
  5. Create a MongoDB Configuration FIle
  6. Install mongoDB as a Windows Service
  7. Installing Express generator
  8. Installing ExpressJS Application Server
  9. Creating The SPA Project Folder Structure
  10. Setup Express To Serve Static Files
  11. Setup The Shopping Application For Heroku And Testing It Locally
  12. Deploy Shopping List Application To Heroku
  13. Install RoboMongo GUI for MongoDB

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