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MongoDB for VS Code. Build Without Leaving Your IDE.

Build applications and work with your data in MongoDB directly from your VS Code environment.

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MongoDB for VS Code Extension Demo Video

See the MongoDB for VS Code Extension in action! Learn how to navigate your data in MongoDB, build queries and aggregations, and export them to popular programming languages, prototype with playgrounds, and more.

Github Copilot with the MongoDB Participant in VS Code

Available soon in private preview, effortlessly generate MongoDB queries using natural language, gain performance insights, understand your collection schema, and instantly access documentation, all through the MongoDB Github Copilot Participant.
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Navigate your MongoDB data

Connect to a MongoDB cluster, navigate through your databases and collections, get a quick overview of your schema and indexes, and see the documents in your collections.
An example of a MongoDB or Atlas cluster.
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MongoDB Playgrounds

The best way to prototype your CRUD operations and MongoDB commands:

  • Edit and run your playgrounds to see the results immediately
  • MongoDB syntax highlighting
  • Intelligent autocomplete for commands, operators and database, collection, and field names
  • Stage snippets to create aggregations quickly

Quick access to the MongoDB Shell

Launch the MongoDB Shell from the command palette to quickly connect to the same cluster you have active in VS Code.

An example of the MongoDB Shell connecting to a cluster in VS Code.
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Automate Atlas configuration with Terraform

Do you manage your infrastructure with Terraform? With MongoDB for VS Code, you can easily leverage the MongoDB Atlas Terraform Provider via a snippet to set up and configure your Atlas resources.

Export to language

Export your query or aggregation (including driver-specific language) to your programming language of choice. Current languages supported in include Node.js, Python, Java, C#, and Ruby.

An example of exporting a MongoDB query to Java

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Ready to get started?

Download the extension from the Visual Studio Marketplace and get started working with MongoDB from within your VS Code environment.
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