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Description

An easy to use library to use MongoDB with .NET. It implements a Repository pattern on top of Official MongoDB C# driver. This project is now available as a NuGet package for your convenience. If you're new to NuGet, check it out; it's painless, easy and fast. You can find this project by searching for MongoRepository in NuGet (or simply clicking here).

Check the documentation for a step-by-step example and more advanced usage.

Code Quality Rank: L5
Programming language: C#
Tags: MongoDB     Repository     Driver     Linq     ORM     Mongo    
Latest version: v1.6.11

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Logo Project Description

An easy to use library to use MongoDB with .NET. It implements a Repository pattern on top of Official MongoDB C# driver. This project is now available as a NuGet package for your convenience. If you're new to NuGet, check it out; it's painless, easy and fast. You can find this project by searching for MongoRepository in NuGet (or simply clicking here).

Check the documentation for a step-by-step example and more advanced usage.

Example:

// The Entity base-class is provided by MongoRepository
// for all entities you want to use in MongoDb
public class Customer : Entity 
{
        public string FirstName { get; set; }
        public string LastName { get; set; }
}

public class CustomerRepoTest
{
        public void Test()
        {
            var repo = new MongoRepository<Customer>();

            // adding new entity
            var newCustomer = new Customer {
                FirstName = "Steve",
                LastName = "Cornell"
            };

            repo.Add(newCustomer);

            // searching
            var result = repo.Where(c => c.FirstName == "Steve");

            // updating 
            newCustomer.LastName = "Castle";
            repo.Update(newCustomer);
        }
}