Application Development: MongoDB Native Driver for Node.js Speeds Up Results

By Jeff Cogswell  |  Posted 2012-05-16 Email Print this article Print
Recently, 10gen released the official MongoDB Native NodeJS Driver. eWEEK Labs put the driver to the test, and found that it was easy to use and very fast. The coding requires an approach typical of Node.js programming, whereby callback functions are provided to support the asynchronous nature of both Node.js and MongoDB. Using the straightforward API, we were able to perform standard database operations, such as inserts and queries. With proper indexing, we found that the operations were extremely fast. Additionally, the installation is simple with only a couple of lines of commands in the Linux shell, and the documentation is extensive.

Download the Driver From GitHub

The driver is readily available for download on github, in the mongodb section.
Download the Driver From GitHub
Jeff Cogswell is the author of Designing Highly Useable Software ( among other books and is the owner/operator of CogsMedia Training and Consulting.Currently Jeff is a senior editor with Ziff Davis Enterprise. Prior to joining Ziff, he spent about 15 years as a software engineer, working on Windows and Unix systems, mastering C++, PHP, and ASP.NET development. He has written over a dozen books.

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