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Package created
20 Dec 2010
Version published
25 Sep 2023
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Total deps
27
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7
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MIT License

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21 Packages, Including:
@mongodb-js/saslprep@1.1.7
@types/node@20.14.2
@types/webidl-conversions@7.0.3
@types/whatwg-url@8.2.2
debug@4.3.5
ip-address@9.0.5
jsbn@1.1.0
memory-pager@1.5.0
mongoose@7.5.3
mpath@0.9.0
mquery@5.0.0
ms@2.1.2
ms@2.1.3
punycode@2.3.1
sift@16.0.1
smart-buffer@4.2.0
socks@2.8.3
sparse-bitfield@3.0.3
tr46@3.0.0
undici-types@5.26.5
whatwg-url@11.0.0

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4 Packages, Including:
bson@5.5.1
kareem@2.5.1
mongodb-connection-string-url@2.6.0
mongodb@5.8.1

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1 Packages, Including:
sprintf-js@1.1.3

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webidl-conversions@7.0.0
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bson5.5.1470.93 kBApache-2.0
prod
kareem2.5.110.12 kBApache-2.0
prod
mongodb5.8.1566.81 kBApache-2.0
prod
mpath0.9.013.35 kBMIT
prod
mquery5.0.030.23 kBMIT
prod
ms2.1.32.9 kBMIT
prod
sift16.0.169.22 kBMIT
prod

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does mongoose do?

Mongoose is a powerful MongoDB object modeling tool designed to work smoothly in an asynchronous environment. Aimed primarily at Node.js developers, it also offers alpha-level support for Deno. As a tremendously useful tool for managing relationships between data, providing schema validation, and translating between objects in code and the representation of those objects in MongoDB, Mongoose is the go-to solution for MongoDB database interactions in a Node.js or Deno environment.

How do you use mongoose?

To use Mongoose in your Node.js or Deno application, you must first install it using NPM. Simply run the command npm install mongoose in your terminal. Then, you can import it into your application using one of these methods:

For Node.js:

const mongoose = require('mongoose');

or

import mongoose from 'mongoose';

For Deno:

import { createRequire } from 'https://deno.land/std@0.177.0/node/module.ts';
const require = createRequire(import.meta.url);
const mongoose = require('mongoose');

Once you have Mongoose imported, you can start using it to interact with your MongoDB. Establish a connection to your database with the mongoose.connect function, as shown below:

await mongoose.connect('mongodb://127.0.0.1/my_database');

To interact with the data in MongoDB, you would define a Mongoose model with a schema. This schema will dictate the structure of documents within a MongoDB collection:

const mongoose = require('mongoose');
const { Schema } = mongoose;

const blogPostSchema = new Schema({
  author: Schema.ObjectId,
  title: String,
  body: String,
  date: Date
});

const BlogPost = mongoose.model('BlogPost', blogPostSchema);

Now you can perform operations on your MongoDB using this Mongoose model:

// Creating and saving a new blog post
const post = new BlogPost({ title: 'My First Post', body: 'Hello World!', date: Date.now() });
await post.save();

// Searching for existing blog posts
const posts = await BlogPost.find({ title: 'My First Post' });

Where are the mongoose docs?

You can find the official Mongoose documentation on their website at mongoosejs.com. Here, you will find extensive guides and API references to help you make the most out of Mongoose. Specific migration guides, like the guide for migrating to Mongoose 7.0.0, are also available on the docs site.