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Learn How to Update MongoDB Array Elements without Feeling Bulba-sore

19 min • Published Mar 09, 2021
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✅ Sign-up for a free cluster at: https://mdb.link/free-XRXjJRJ03_A ✅ Get help on our Community Forums: https://mdb.link/community-XRXjJRJ03_A That's right, this is a Pokémon themed tutorial! Have you ever needed to update arrays within a MongoDB NoSQL document, but didn't want to replace the entire array or do too many client-side manipulations? How about updating multiple different elements in an array using a single operation? In this tutorial, Nic Raboy demonstrates how to use the positional array operators in the MongoDB query language (MQL) with Pokémon related examples. Want access to the code? Check out the written version of this video at https://developer.mongodb.com/how-to/update-array-elements-document-mql-positional-operators/ Subscribe to MongoDB ►►► https://bit.ly/3bpg1Z1 Connect with MongoDB: Website: https://bit.ly/2LjtNBZ Twitter: https://bit.ly/3fH87gR Facebook: https://bit.ly/3fEaIsd Linkedin: https://bit.ly/2SY9w90 Instagram: https://bit.ly/3bn9bDv Community Forums: https://bit.ly/2I8VCi5 TikTok: https://bit.ly/3fHoqdJ
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