Mongoose is a MongoDB object modeling tool designed to work in an asynchronous environment. Mongoose supports both promises and callbacks. The official documentation website is mongoosejs. Mongoose 5.
Mongoose , any of nearly three dozen species of small bold predatory carnivores found mainly in Africa but also in southern Asia and southern Europe. Mongooses are noted for their audacious attacks on highly venomous snakes such as king cobras. The 33 species belong to 14 genera. The most common and probably best-known are the 10 species of the genus Herpestes , among which are the Egyptian mongoose, or ichneumon H. The meerkat Suricata suricatta is also a member of the mongoose family. The colloquial term mongoose may also include Malagasy mongooses—a group of five species found on the island of Madagascar that are closely related to fossas , falanoucs, and fanalokas the Malagasy civet and which most sources classify within the family Eupleridae.
First be sure you have MongoDB and Node. Now say we like fuzzy kittens and want to record every kitten we ever meet in MongoDB. The first thing we need to do is include mongoose in our project and open a connection to the test database on our locally running instance of MongoDB.
A mongoose is a small terrestrial carnivorous mammal belonging to the family Herpestidae. This family is currently split into two subfamilies, the Herpestinae and the Mungotinae. The Herpestinae comprises 23 living species that are native to southern Europe , Africa and Asia , whereas the Mungotinae comprises 11 species native to Africa. The English word "mongoose" used to be spelled "mungoose" in the 18th and 19th centuries. The form of the English name since was altered to its "- goose " ending by folk etymology.