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MongoDB NodeJS Driver

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MongoDB NodeJS Driver


The official MongoDB Node.js driver allows Node.js applications to connect to MongoDB and work with data. The driver features an asynchronous API which allows you to interact with MongoDB using Promises or via traditional callbacks. Whether you are new to MongoDB or you just want to brush up on the core concepts, you can check out the Fundamentals section which features material on using the Node.js driver. The connection URI is the set of instructions that the driver uses to connect to a MongoDB deployment. It instructs the driver on how it should connect to MongoDB and how it should behave while connected. The Authentication Mechanisms guide contains sample connection code using each authentication mechanism supported in the MongoDB Community Edition. The Node.js driver uses the asynchronous Javascript API to communicate with your MongoDB cluster. Asynchronous Javascript allows you to execute operations without waiting for the processing thread to become free.


  • Connect to a MongoDB instance or replica set
  • Configure authentication and log a user in
  • Access return values using asynchronous Javascript
  • Create and design indexes to make your queries efficient
  • Apply language-specific sorting rules to your query results
  • Configure the driver to log MongoDB operations

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