An advanced library for NoSQL data organization and manipulation using TypeScript with support for MongoDB, data validation, collections, and custom data types.
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do more with data


To install, use npm:

npm install --save

This will add to your project's dependencies.

Usage enables efficient data handling and operation management with a focus on using MongoDB. It leverages TypeScript for strong typing and ESM syntax for modern JavaScript usage. Below are various scenarios demonstrating how to utilize this package effectively in a project.

Setting Up and Connecting to the Database

Before interacting with the database, you need to set up and establish a connection. This is done by creating an instance of SmartdataDb and calling its init method with your MongoDB connection details.

import { SmartdataDb } from '';

// Create a new instance of SmartdataDb with MongoDB connection details
const db = new SmartdataDb({
  mongoDbUrl: 'mongodb://localhost:27017',
  mongoDbName: 'your-database-name',
  mongoDbUser: 'your-username',
  mongoDbPass: 'your-password',

// Initialize and connect to the database
await db.init();

Defining Data Models

Data models in are classes that represent collections and documents in your MongoDB database. Use decorators such as @Collection, @unI, and @svDb to define your data models.

import { SmartDataDbDoc, Collection, unI, svDb } from '';

@Collection(() => db)  // Associate this model with the database instance
class User extends SmartDataDbDoc<User, User> {
  public id: string = 'unique-user-id'; // Mark 'id' as a unique index
  public username: string;  // Mark 'username' to be saved in DB
  public email: string;  // Mark 'email' to be saved in DB
  constructor(username: string, email: string) {
    this.username = username; = email;

Performing CRUD Operations simplifies CRUD operations with intuitive methods on model instances.


const newUser = new User('myUsername', '');
await;  // Save the new user to the database


// Fetch a single user by a unique attribute
const user = await User.getInstance({ username: 'myUsername' });

// Fetch multiple users that match criteria
const users = await User.getInstances({ email: '' });


// Assuming 'user' is an instance of User = '';
await;  // Update the user in the database


// Assuming 'user' is an instance of User
await user.delete();  // Delete the user from the database

Advanced Usage also supports advanced features like watching for real-time changes in the database, handling distributed data coordination, and more. These features utilize MongoDB's capabilities to provide real-time data syncing and distributed systems coordination.


With its focus on TypeScript, modern JavaScript syntax, and leveraging MongoDB's features, offers a powerful toolkit for data handling and operations management in Node.js applications. Its design for ease of use, coupled with advanced features, makes it a versatile choice for developers looking to build efficient and scalable data-driven applications.

For more details on usage and additional features, refer to the official documentation and explore the various classes and methods provided by

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