Listening to MongoDB live changes using oplog.
$ npm install mongo-live
var MongoLive = ;var live =host: '127.0.0.1'port: 27017database: 'blog';var posts = live;
You can also listen to events like this:
var posts = live;posts;posts;posts;posts;
Then later any
find query will be cached for 60 seconds.
You can also enable caching programatically by using the
cache method directly from the query instance:
var Person = mongoose;Person// cache for 50 seconds;
This module use mongo-watcher for watching the mongodb oplog.
$ make test
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