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    Mark commented  · 

    Totally agree. You really should study what NoSQLBooster does with their UI.

    For a professional developer, the most important requirement is that you can cut and paste between your code and the query tool (i.e. Compass). For example, if I'm trying to debug a 100 line aggregation pipeline query, I need to be able to copy that from my code into the tool and immediately start debugging (i.e. editing the query and testing). Until Compass has this capability, I won't consider it.

    Thanks.

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    Mark commented  · 

    Totally agree. @Massimiliano - no, the embedded shell is nice, but not adequate. You really should study what NoSQLBooster does with their UI.

    For a professional developer, the most important requirement is that you can cut and paste between your code and the query tool (i.e. Compass). For example, if I'm trying to debug a 100 line aggregation pipeline query, I need to be able to copy that from my code into the tool and immediately start debugging (i.e. editing the query and testing). Until Compass has this capability, I won't consider it.

    Thanks.

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