mongoose-moment

0.1.3 • Public • Published

mongoose-moment

Store Moment dates in Mongo using Mongoose internally as millisecond timestamps.

Installing

$ npm install mongoose moment mongoose-moment
var mongoose = require('mongoose')
require('mongoose-moment')(mongoose);

Configuration

Use the new SchemaType 'Moment' in your schema definitions:

var mySchema = new mongoose.Schema({
    created: 'Moment'
});
var MyModel = new mongoose.Model('MyModel', mySchema);

Usage

Writing models

var Moment = require('moment');
var myModel = new MyModel({ created: new Moment() });
myModel.save();

Reading models

var myModel = MyModel.findById('123', function(err, doc){
    console.log(doc.created.format());
});

Querying for models

Mongoose doesn't transform query values according to schemas, so you'll have to do it yourself. Internally, Moment values are stored in the database as the number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch. To find a document using a Moment field, use a query like

MyModel.find({ created: new Moment('2014-03-29').valueOf() }, function(err, docs) {});

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npm i mongoose-moment

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Version

0.1.3

License

Apache-2.0

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