Node.js MongoDB Update

Node.js MongoDB Update

Node.js is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine. MongoDB is a NoSQL document-oriented database. Together, Node.js and MongoDB can be used to build powerful web applications.

Here's an example of how to update a document in a MongoDB collection using Node.js:

  1. First, you will need to connect to your MongoDB database using the MongoDB driver for Node.js.

  1. Next, you will need to specify the collection and the document you want to update. You can use the updateOne() or updateMany() method to update a single or multiple documents, respectively.

  1. Finally, you can use the findOneAndUpdate() method to update a document and return the updated document.

It's important to note that you should always handle errors and close the MongoDB client connection when you're done using it.

In this example, we are updating the field "status" of a document where the field "name" is 'myDevice' using the $set update operator. The above example uses the callback-style of the MongoDB driver, you can also use the promise-style syntax.