I still see a lot of people asking 'what's the best MongoDB client for Mac OS X' (besides the
mongo shell console), so I think it would be only fair to share my experience.
QuickRedis is a free forever Redis Desktop manager. It supports direct connection, sentinel, and cluster mode, supports multiple languages, supports hundreds of millions of keys, and has an amazing UI. Supports both Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platform. Run it directly with this command: docker run -d -v /mydata/redisdata:/data -name myredis -restart=always redis.v /mydata/redisdata:/datameans we mount a folder /mydata/redisdataof the host as a volume /datain a container. Nginx will save dump.rdbat /mydata/redisdatain the host.
I've been using MongoDB a lot and for some reason I haven't been too comfortable using the shell console. I mean, you need an integrated code editor to fiddle with those somewhat verbose JSON-formatted queries..
So I was constantly looking for alternatives; 18 months ago there was none I could find and learn to like, really, but now I really favour Robomongo. It gives you 'the full power of MongoDB shell', but in the same time you can easily save, load, edit your queries, do copy/paste, view your results as JSON/trees/tables.. and yes, you do get a decent autocompletion :-).
Mac Os Redis Client
It's also cross-platform, free and open-source (GitHub repo here).
Redis Mac Os
Fotonauts' fork of MongoHub is another interesting alternative to keep an eye on; it has a more 'native' OS X feel but IMO it does lack a better query editor.. Business in a box website builder.