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Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jul 18, 2017
Duration
1h 45m
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The core Node.js libraries that you use to develop web applications change often, and it may be challenging to keep up and implement those improvements. In this course, Moving Forward with Mongoose.js, you'll learn about breaking changes when upgrading from Mongoose version 3 to version 4. First, you'll dive into a whirlwind review of an introduction to Mongoose for Node.js and MongoDB course. Next, you'll build upon that review and you'll learn about updates and improvements in Mongoose version 4. Finally, you'll discover the latest features that Mongoose version 4 has to offer. When you’re finished with this course, you'll have a better understanding of how to move forward in Mongoose version 4, where to find additional information on all breaking changes, and have the knowledge to confidently utilize the new features, improvements, and more advanced topics.

About the author
About the author

Mark Scott is an experienced software developer with more than fifteen years experience in IT. He is currently the Manager of Software Development for a small group of talented web developers.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hello everyone. My name is Mark Scott, and welcome to my course Moving Forward with Mongoose. I am a software development team lead at AutoAlert and Pluralsight author. In this course, we are going to explore what you may encounter when moving forward from Mongoose version 3 up to version 4. Some of the topics that we will cover include breaking changes in Mongoose 4 from previous versions, new features and improvements in Mongoose 4, extending functionality with plug-ins, middleware and hooks, discriminators, and using promise libraries in Mongoose. By the end of the course, you should feel more comfortable moving forward with Mongoose and upgrading to version 4, and if you've done so already, there's still a lot of information on more advanced topics that were not covered in my previous Mongoose course. I hope you'll join me as we move forward and learn more about Mongoose version 4 here on Pluralsight.