ArangoDB comes with two types of interfaces: The ArangoDB shell (arangosh) and the web interface.
The web interface is available on http://localhost:8529/ on any ArangoDB installation which is using the default settings (you can protect it from being accessible to the whole world, of course).
- process monitoring-what is happening in ArangoDB right now?
- add, edit, and delete collections and documents
- execute AQL queries
- visualize graphs
- access ArangoDB’s log
- install Foxx apps
Some screen shots
The process monitoring page:
The graph visualization:
The list of collections:
The ArangoDB shell (arangosh)
The ArangoDB shell (arangosh) is a command-line tool that can be used for administration of ArangoDB, including running ad-hoc queries.