List/Query: Query documents in a collection in your Azure Cosmos DB account.
Query Manager: Includes a query manager which makes managing your most used queries super simple.
Query Builder: Write SQL queries against your DocumentDB collection using an easy to use query builder.
Save: Save most used queries so that you don't have to type them over and over again. You can assign a friendly name to these queries for remembering them easily. Switching from one saved query to another is as simple as selecting an option from a dropdown list.
Edit: Edit any saved query. Simply change the query text or parameters and you're good to go.
Delete: Delete any saved query that you don't need going forward.
Export: Export saved queries in JSON format and save them in a file on your local computer.
Import: Import saved queries from a file on your local computer.
Create: Add documents to a collection.
Delete: Delete one or more documents from a collection.
Update: Edit documents in a collection.
Properties: View system properties of a document.
Tabular Format View: View JSON documents in tabular (rows/columns) format for easier comprehension.
JSON Format View: View documents in JSON (raw) format. You can either copy raw data to clipboard or save to disk.
Response Headers: View response headers in JSON format with the ability to copy that data to clipboard to save to disk.
List: List attachments associated with a document in a collection in your Azure Cosmos DB account.
Create: Create attachments for a document. You can create an attachment either by specifying an external media URL or selecting a file from your local computer.
Delete: Delete one or more attachments from a document.
Properties: View system properties of an attachment.
Edit: Edit attachment by replacing attachment content.
List: List stored procedures in a collection in your Azure Cosmos DB account.
Create: Create stored procedure in a collection in your Azure Cosmos DB account.
Update: Update a stored procedure in a collection in your Azure Cosmos DB account. Using Cerulean, you can update a stored procedure in a partitioned collection as well.
Delete: Delete one or more stored procedures from a collection in your Azure Cosmos DB account.
Properties: View properties of a stored procedure in a collection in your Azure Cosmos DB account.
Execute: Execute stored procedure from inside the application by specifying input parameters and other attributes like partition key value. You can view the result of the stored procedure execution from inside the application as well.
Export: Export one or more stored procedures schema in JSON format and save in a file on your local computer.
Import: Create new stored procedure by importing stored procedure schema from a JSON file.