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Studio 3T
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Studio 3T GUI and IDE for MongoDB
Studio 3T GUI and IDE for MongoDB
Developer(s)3T Software Labs
Stable release
2018.2.5 / April 10, 2018; 6 years ago (2018-04-10).[1]
Written inJava
    Operating systemWindows, MacOS, Linux
    TypeMongoDB IDE

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    Studio 3T[2] (formerly MongoChef) is a GUI and integrated development environment (IDE) for developing and managing data on the MongoDB NoSQL platform[3]. It is developed by 3T Software Labs [4] (acquired by Redgate Software in 2016 [5]) and is made available as a free educational platform [6] and also under commercial licence.


    Studio 3T was originally named MongoChef [7]and version 1.0 was released in late 2013. Three friends and NoSQL enthusiasts – Thomas Zahn, Tomasz Naumowicz and Graham Thomson (hence the name 3T) – came together to build a visual client for the MongoDB platform. In May 2015, version 2.0 included the Intellishell code completion feature and version 3.0 added the aggregation pipeline builder[8]. In June 2016, standalone tools for Schema Analysis and Data Compare & Sync were combined with MongoChef [9] and in January 2017 MongoChef was relaunched as the Studio 3T IDE for MongoDB.[10] In March 2017 3T Software Labs acquired the Robomongo GUI,[11] which was subsequently renamed Robo 3T, subsequently releasing an updated version of this open source platform.[12]


    Studio 3T runs on Windows, MacOS and Linux.[13] It can also be used to connect to an Azure Cosmos DB MongoDB API account [14]


    Coding assistance[edit]

    The IDE contains functions for editing data in-place, code completion with Intellishell and query code generation in Java, Javascript, Python and C#.[15] [16]

    Query building[edit]

    Queries are constructed by drag-and-dropping fields and operators into a visual query builder; using automated code completion; with an aggregation pipeline builder; map reduce; or writing standard SQL queries, with auto-translation into mongoshell JSON script.[17][18]

    Schema and data exploration[edit]

    Analysis of stats for different data types; comparison and synchronisation of databases, collections and documents[19]

    Visual Index Builder[edit]

    Enable freetext search with multiple fields by building indexes visually[20]

    Import/Export options[edit]

    CSV, SQL, JSON, mongodump supported[21]


    I have continued to update this draft page with new citations and release updates. In March this year I added a number of article citations attesting to the notability of the subject matter, especially the existence of the Studio IDE now show that MongoDB has reached the mainstream as a serious database for enterprise and government. The last reviewer MadeYourReadThis rejected it on the grounds that I had added no new citations of notability, which was exactly what I had done. Can I please request that this page be reviewed by someone with knowledge of database technology and in particular of NoSQL database technology? So far it has been reviewed and rejected by one reviewer SwisterSister who was subsequently banned for being a sock puppet and two reviewers who clearly are not well informed in the database field which is fast changing and evolving. This is an important page that keeps Wiki users up to date with current developments in NoSQL and MongoDB. Do I need to add a citation that MongoDB floated in an IPO in December 2017 for well over the unicorn threshold of $1bn? Would that convince you that this topic is notable? I'm happy to do so. All I ask is an informed reviewer for this review. Many thanks!

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    2. Ciobica, Vladimir. "Studio 3T for MongoDB". Softpedia. Softpedia. Retrieved 11 January 2018.
    3. Oliver, Andrew. "An-intro-to-Studio-3t-a-Mongodb-IDE". Infoworld. Retrieved 11 January 2018.
    4. "Leading SQL Server tools provider Redgate acquires NoSQL company". Cambridge Network. Retrieved 6 June 2016.
    5. Pond, David. "Has NoSQL finally crossed the chasm". D-Zone. D-Zone. Retrieved 4 August 2017.
    6. "MongoDB for Classes". NYU Courant. New York University.
    7. Walker-Morgan, DJ. "Taking a look at robomongo and Studio 3T with Compose for Mongodb". Compose.
    8. Read, Bart. "Great new MongoDB shell: MongoChef from 3T". Bart Read: The Performance Dude. Retrieved 12 March 2015.
    9. "MongoDB资料大全". Aliyun. Retrieved 1 June 2016.
    10. "Studio 3T (formerly MongoChef)". MongoDB Tools. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
    11. Keane, Jonathan. "3T Software Labs acquires Robomongo for undisclosed amount". Tech EU. Tech EU. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
    12. Simsek, Gokhan. "Robo 3T 1.2 is released". Paralect. Retrieved 13 February 2018.
    13. "MongoChef 4.4.2". Arch Linux User Repository. Arch Linux.
    14. Gentz, Mimi. "Azure Cosmos DB: Use Studio 3T with a MongoDB API account". Microsoft Azure. Retrieved 18 January 2018.
    15. "What is a good MongoDB GUI client?". Ask Ubuntu. Retrieved 26 July 2015.
    16. Rangegowda, Dharshan. "Which is the best MongoDB GUI?". Scalegrid. Scalegrid. Retrieved 19 September 2016.
    17. Wallen, Jack. "How to set up MongoChef to ease your MongoDB admin challenges". Tech Republic. Retrieved 8 July 2016.
    18. Barre, Jackie. "Mixing MongoDB and Relational databases in the Enterprise". Red-Gate. Retrieved 24 August 2017.
    19. Fearby, Simon. "Studio 3T GUI for MongoDB". Retrieved 10 February 2017.
    20. Soni, Mukesh. "Mongodb text search with multiple fields". Stackoverflow. Retrieved 8 March 2017.
    21. Kristianto, Leonardy. "You can use MongoChef to export/import your database". Retrieved 24 March 2016.