Mongoose 4.13 was released last week. As usual, its packed with powerful new features. The most exciting new feature is the ability to set
ref dynamically for virtual populate. The syntax for virtual populate's dynamic properties is slightly different than the one for conventional populate, but we think this new syntax is much more powerful.
One of the most compelling reasons for async/await is the fact that async functions generally feel like simplified threads, or threads with predictable interrupts. There are numerous
I previously wrote about handling the database server going down with the MongoDB Node.js driver.
In Mongoose 4.8 we added support for