Heroku + Node.js + MongoDB (featuring mongoskin)

This is the next post in my series around Heroku + Node.js + MongoDB. In my last post I explored the node-mongodb-native driver. In this post I’ll provide an example for Mongoskin.

I won’t reiterate the steps to deploy the code again. They are the same as the last post, only this time clone the code from this repository:


Comments on the code

The code is certainly simpler, and with less code the readability is much improved. Like node-mongodb-native the documentation is weak, but again the tests provide a useful reference.

I’m not going to say anything more at stage, but wait until my next post on Mongoose to draw more of a conclusion.


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