Forked from drudge/mongoose-timestamp. Using the milliseconds elapsed since the UNIX epoch.
npm install mongoose-ts
var timestamps = ;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.
findOneAndModify (mongoose >= 4.0.1)
Mongoose 4.0.1 added support for findOneAndModify hooks. You must the mongoose promise exec for the hooks to work as mongoose uses mquery when a callback is passed and the hook system is bypassed.
You can specify custom property names by passing them in as options like this:
Any model's updatedAt attribute can be updated to the current time using
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