Day100 of #100DaysOfCode
Hii folks 🙌
Today is the 100th day and I’m so proud that I finished it.
So, I am going to share the
MongoDB get-started project, which I learned today.
So, we have a repo of MongoDB CRUD operation for each officially supported driver such as Java, node, C-sharp, and so on.
We can refer to the link here for more details about it.
So, we have two prerequisites for this project to get started.
- Docker is installed on your local system.
- Atlas cluster spinning with Sample collections
After then we will clone the file repo using the
git clone command and will get into the root folder of that repo and run the following command
./get-started.sh "mongodb+srv://username:firstname.lastname@example.org/test" 4.4
Then it will pull all the required dependencies from the Docker Hub and will build the image for us to run locally on the Docker.
Then it will automatically perform the written CRUD operation and will help us to get started with MongoDB using any of the officially supported languages.
Finally!!! The challenge has come to an end. I’ve always believed that consistency is crucial to learning.
Thanks to everyone for all the support and motivation to finish it!!
That is all for Day100 ✅
Thanks for reading,