Collections and Methods

In MongoDB, collections are used to organize documents. A collection can be thought of as a container or group used to store documents of similar structure, like a table in relational databases. However, unlike tables, collections don’t enforce a strict schema, offering more flexibility in managing your data.

Key Features

Creating Collections

To create a collection in MongoDB, you can choose from two methods:

Managing Collections

In summary, collections are an essential part of MongoDB that enable you to efficiently manage and store documents with varying structures. Their flexible schema and dynamic nature make them perfect for handling both unstructured and semi-structured data.