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Subject: Re: Is mongojs a well maintained project?
From: Jim Lloyd <jim.ll...@gmail.com>
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I'm developing a node+express+mongodb app with no prior experience
with any of the components in this stack. I had been using mongoose
but have recently discovered that it prevents me (as far as I can
tell) from easily doing something that mongodb can do. I've been
surveying the alternate mongo libraries and somehow missed mongojs.
my limited search so far, I was leaning towards mongoskin, mostly
because it seemed to be the most actively followed of the various
mongodb-native wrappers. Can anyone with more experience compare/
contrast these two (and other) wrappers?
On Sep 10, 8:54=A0am, Ian J=F8rgensen <jorgensen....@gmail.com> wrote:
> We made mongojs athttp://Ge.ttand we use it in production, so its
> very well maintained. Its actively maintained byhttps://github.com/freeal=
lhttps://github.com/mafintoshhttps://github.com/ianjorgensen. We will
> take any resonalble pull requests but keeping the interface clean is
> our main concern, mongojs is a wrapperhttps://github.com/christkv/node-mo=
> What type of docs would you like to see?
> On Sep 10, 5:49=A0am, Srirangan <sriran...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm thinking of using mongojs <https://github.com/gett/mongojs> instead=
> > mongoose. Why? Lesser learning curve, I'm already familiar with MongoDB=
> > think its nice to use the exact same commands I would use in the mongo
> > console.
> > My only concern with mongojs, and this is where the mongoose team has d=
> > really well, is long term commitment. There isn't enough docs on the Gi=
> > page, nothing to suggest that this will be a well maintained long term
> > project.
> > I'm willing to contribute, who do I have to get in touch with?
> > - Sri
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