MongoDB was one of the first NoSQL data stores, and it is the most popular NoSQL data store today. The Node.js JavaScript runtime continues to hold a dominate place in back-end development. Together they make a highly flexible and dynamic technology stack.

As you’ll see, Node.js and MongoDB allow you to quickly implement essential application functionality like CRUD (create, read, update, and delete) operations. In this article, we’ll take a look at the CRUD basics, using the latest Node.js MongoDB driver (version 3.6+).

Node.js and MongoDB setup

You’ll need Node.js and MongoDB installed on your system, and a command line with the


command available. (If you’re using a Linux, MacOS, or Windows 10 version since 2018, you most likely have curl.)

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