PS: A quite feat-complete but Swing-powered (proprietary UI-framework to be honest) UI for mongoDB is UMongo (or if you prefer: the project site). Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to be maintained anymore. If you’re interested in refactoring / rewriting / forking this software let me know how I could possibly help 🙂 I think, the first step would be to have a working Maven POM for it since the author only provides a .netbeans “build script”. Next up would be factoring out the author’s proprietary frontend framework – good thought, but no one knows / wants to know how to use it (my 50 cents) and replace it with either native Swing (sucks) or a more abstract UI layer (web components? Faces? FX? SWT? )
Another quite helpful tool for Webstorm is the Heroku plugin (github). It allows you to connect your Heroku application instances, watch the logs, scale your dynos, invite collaborators, activate addons, restart the container and maintain your environment configuration.
It’s much more visual than your command line toolbelt and since the git support in Webstorm is particularly well done you can e.g. track which changes you have deployed on a certain day without having to leave your IDE!