You will need a connected db instance. Then simply use the factory like this:
//assuming you have a connected db in the 'db' variablevar daoFactory=;var service=;//now you can use your serviceservice;
Refer to the mongodb nodejs driver documentation for further details. The main difference is that blog-it-dao API does not take a callback but return a promise which will be resolve with the expected result or rejected with the error if any
The supported method are
additionally, blog-it-dao expose some method "by id":
- findById(id, options): equivalent to findOne with selector
- removeById(id, options): equivalent to remove with selector
- updateById(id, options): equivalent to update with selector
npm test in a command shell
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