CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations allow you to work with the data stored in MongoDB.
The CRUD operation documentation is categorized in two sections:
Read Operations find and return documents stored within your MongoDB database.
Write Operations insert, modify, or delete documents in your MongoDB database.
Some operations combine aspects of read and write operations. See our guide on compound operations to learn more about these hybrid methods.
If you are looking for additional resources for learning topics related to CRUD, check out the following posts on the MongoDB Developer Hub:
Learn how to apply CRUD Operations with an example scenario.
Analyze data in MongoDB Atlas using the Aggregation Pipeline.