Mingo introduces “projects”. Projects are wrappers on multiple connections to “sibling” databases, such as development, production, testing or staging. Mingo treats these databases as “similar”.
Thing shared across each database:
We mixed tree view with table, just pin any fields to create columns and see your important data first.
Analyze data structure within a collection to spot errors, exceptions or spelling mistakes.
Each connection and project has a separate workspace with its own tabs, history and settings.
Mingo uses tabs just like a browser with the same keyboard shortcuts you are used to.
Each tab has an address bar. It is Mingo’s main navigation for selecting the collection to work with.
"I always used to use Robo3T because of the speed but it's lacking so many features that I'm trying to find the more powerful version of it. But all the alternatives (including Studio3T even) are so slow and sluggish. Mingo was an unexpected breath of fresh air after trying like 6 mongo GUI's :-)" - Christiaan (unedited)