Open Source

dbKoda is licensed under the AGPL 3.0, just like MongoDB. Completely free in every way. Download for Mac, Windows or Linux or build from GitHub source.


dbKoda is a rich MongoDB code editor with syntax highlighting, code completion, formatting and more. Graphical interface to MongoDB administration and query commands. Quickly switch between multiple MongoDB servers.


dbKoda is built completely in JavaScript. A fresh and contemporary look and feel on every platform.


Code Editor

dbKoda is a rich editing environment which fully supports MongoDB code and all MongoDB shell features. Code folding, syntax highlighting, code completion and formatting support. Quick access to query explain analysis and an integrated shell command line.

Topology Tree

Explore your databases, users and collections in the dbKoda tree. See attributes and index structure. Right click access to MongoDB commands. See the mongoDB commands generated on they fly as you fill in the command input form.

Connection Manager

Connect to all your servers and switch between them on the fly as needed. Display the topology of sharded clusters and replica sets.


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Linux (AppImage)



Who we are

Southbank Software is a Melbourne based software development company that aims to develop database tools for the next generation of database professionals. Southbank Software is located in Melbourne Australia. Strangely enough, the team works on the North bank of Melbourne’s Yarra River. Go Figure.

The team are united in their passion for open source, JavaScript, MongoDB and lunch. They love building dbKoda and hope you'll love using it.

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Latest Blog Posts

Announcing dbKoda 0.6!

  • Jul 15, 2017
  • Guy Harrison

The first public release of dbKoda is now available for download!

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What we learned at MongoDB world

  • Jul 3, 2017
  • Guy Harrison

We were at MongoDB World 2017 in Chicago in June. Here's what we learned

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A terminals place in the IDE world

  • Jul 3, 2017
  • Michael Harrison

Why the terminal is still part of every developers toolkit

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