MySQL is a popular open-source relational database management system that can be used in Node.js applications. The INSERT INTO statement is used to insert new data into a MySQL table.
Here's an example of how to use the INSERT INTO statement in Node.js with the mysql2 package:
The above example will insert a new row into the "users" table with a name of "John" and an age of 25.
It's also possible to insert multiple rows at once by passing in an array of values:
This would insert 3 new rows into the "users" table with the specified name and age values.
It's important to properly handle any errors that may occur during the insertion process and also to properly close your connection after you are done using it.
This is a basic example of using the INSERT INTO statement in Node.js with MySQL. There are many more options and advanced features available for working with MySQL in Node.js, so be sure to consult the mysql2 documentation for more information.