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Mongoskin Tutorial with Examples Mongoskin is probably the most developer-friendly MongoDB driver for Node.js at the moment - it is asynchronous and has a clean looking structure. But its docs are not that developer-friendly (the effort is much appreciated though) - no good examples or explanation; probably because English isn't the author's first language. After realizing that the Mongoskin docs may take a long time to improve, I decided to personally address the issue by writing a Mongoskin tutorial for all those who are looking for an easy way to integrate MongoDB with Node.js. This is going to be a beginner's tutorial which will guide you through the basics of Mongoskin and should be enough for all basic Node.js-MongoDB interaction. To give credit where it is due, Mongoskin is built on top of MongoDB Native. The underlying magic behind Mongoskin is MongoDB Native, all Mongoskin does is make the magic wieldier.
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