MongoDB CRUD operations
Create-Read-Update-Delete (CRUD) operations, are the basic interactions you perform with a database. To execute CRUD operations over your database entities, MongoDB provides various collection methods.
Creating a new document
You're already familiar with the basic method of creating a new document using the
insert() method, as you previously did in earlier examples. Besides the
insert() method, there are two more methods called
save() to create new objects.
Creating a document using insert()
The most common way to create a new document is to use the
insert() method. The
insert() method takes a single argument that represents the new document. To insert a new post, just issue the following command in the MongoDB ...