Simple plugin for Mongoose which adds
deletedAt date attributes
that get auto-assigned to the most recent create/update timestamp. Currently, you need to manually manage
npm install --save mongoose-stamp
var stampIt = ;var userSchema =username: String;UserSchema;mongoose;var User = mongoose
The User model will now have
updatedAt properties, which get
automatically generated and updated when you save your document. mongoose-stamp will also add support for developers setting the
deletedAt property on a model instead of removing it. However, due to limitations of the mongoose plugin architecture, we are unable to automaticlly add support for the
deletedAt property. mongoose-stamp requires developers to maintain the
deletedAt property themselves if they use it.
var user = username: 'Prince';user;
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Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Tarun Chaudhry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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