Azure Storage Explorer is a standalone tool that empowers you to efficiently work with several Azure Storage Services. While working with Azure, using Azure Storage Explorer has been remarkably helpful in all perspective of development, debugging as well as for monitoring. You can connect with your Azure Subscription and then fiddle around with particular storage account associated with the relevant subscription. If you are working with Azure, you must be using this tool daily basis. Well, apart from exploring data storage like Table Storage, Blobs, Queues, storage explorer allows you to work with Azure Cosmos DB.
Using the Storage Explorer, you can connect with Cosmos DB and manage the entities like adding or deleting collections and databases. The overall hierarchical representation gives a straightforward way to understand the overall structure of your Cosmos DB.
Besides, you can manipulate data – like edit, delete filter documents, create and update stored procedures, triggers, as well as you can define the functions.
When you are working with the editor for creating or editing a Stored procedure, function or trigger the tools provided IntelliSense as well as syntax highlighting features.
Lastly, you can explore and inspect all the important properties like Endpoints, Master Key, Read-only key within properties pane.
All in all, this supplement enables the Azure Storage Explorer more compelling and you must make maximum out of it.
Hope this helps.
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