CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations enable you to work with data stored in MongoDB.
Read Operations find and return documents stored in your database.
Write Operations insert, modify, or delete documents in your database.
Some operations combine aspects of read and write operations. To learn more about these hybrid methods, see Compound Operations.
To run a raw database operation, see Run a Command.
To learn about how to modify the way your CRUD operations execute, see Modify Execution of CRUD Operations.