mongodb node js

  1. First, you need to install the MongoDB Node.js driver using npm, the Node.js package manager. You can do this by running the command "npm install mongodb" in your terminal.

  2. Next, in your Node.js application, you need to require the mongodb package by adding the following line of code: "const MongoClient = require('mongodb').MongoClient;"

  3. Then, you need to define the connection URL for connecting to your MongoDB database. This URL typically includes the protocol (mongodb://), the hostname, the port number, and the database name.

  4. After defining the connection URL, you can use the MongoClient to connect to the MongoDB server. You can do this by calling the MongoClient.connect() method and passing in the connection URL as well as a callback function.

  5. Once the connection is established, you can perform various operations such as inserting, updating, deleting, and querying documents in the MongoDB database using the methods provided by the MongoDB Node.js driver.

  6. Finally, it's important to close the MongoDB connection when your Node.js application is done using the database. This can be done by calling the close() method on the MongoClient object that was returned when connecting to the database.

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