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npm-Install- Camo

npm-Install- Camo

Camo is an object document mapper (ODM) for Node.js and MongoDB. It's an alternative to the popular Mongoose ODM, but with some significant changes. The main focus is to bring ES6 features to Mongo ODMs, which tend to lack support for things like classes and schema inheritance.

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Introducing MongoDB 3.0 Support

Introducing MongoDB 3.0 Support

Today we're excited to announce the availability of MongoDB 3.0 and the ability to provision MongoDB instances in our Joyent Amsterdam region. MongoDB 3.0 provides significant stability and performance improvements over the previous versions.

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Using Robomongo with Modulus MongoDB

Using Robomongo with Modulus MongoDB

Robomongo is a popular MongoDB management tool that makes it easy to create, edit, and retrieve collections and documents in your MongoDB databases.

Note that the current version of Robomongo (0.8.5) does not support authenticating against MongoDB 3.0.3 databases. This will be fixed in Robomongo 0.9, which is coming soon.

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Postmortem - MongoDB Outage on January 2nd, 2015

Postmortem - MongoDB Outage on January 2nd, 2015

On January 2nd, 2015 two of our MongoDB hosts, Novus and Proximus, reverted to read-only status for several hours, which affected many of our customer applications. We're sincerely sorry for the outage and want everyone to know we've taken steps to ensure it doesn't happen again.

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Happy New Year 2015!

Happy New Year 2015!

It's a great pleasure to wish all of our users and customers a Happy New Year. 2014 was a great year for Modulus and we really believe that 2015 will be even better.

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Node.js and MongoDB - Getting Started with Mongoose

Node.js and MongoDB - Getting Started with Mongoose

Mongoose is a Node.js library that provides MongoDB object mapping similar to ORM with a familiar interface within Node.js. If you aren't familiar with Object Relational Mapping (ORM) or, Object Data Mapping (ODM) in the case of Mongoose, this means is that Mongoose translates data in the database to JavaScript objects for use in your application. Let's take a look at creating and storing documents in a collection using MongoDB and Mongoose.

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