Working with Data

In Chapter 3, you learned how the database works on the backend, what indexes are, how to use a database to quickly find the data you are looking for, and what the structure of a document looks like. You also saw a brief example that illustrated how to add data and find it again using the MongoDB shell. In this chapter, we will focus more on working with data from your shell.

We will use one database (named library) throughout this chapter, and we will perform actions such as adding data, searching data, modifying data, deleting data, and creating indexes. We’ll also look at how to navigate the database using various ...

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