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Driver for allowing Django to use MongoDB as the database backend.

Project description

Use Mongodb as a backend database for your django project, without changing a single django model!

Usage

  1. Install djongo:

    pip install djongo
    
  2. Into settings.py file of your project, add:

    DATABASES = {
         'default': {
             'ENGINE': 'djongo',
             'NAME': 'your-db-name',
         }
     }
    
  3. Run (ONLY the first time to create collections in mongoDB):

    manage.py makemigrations
    manage.py migrate
    

YOUR ARE SET! HAVE FUN!

Requirements

  1. Djongo requires python 3.6 or above.

How it works

Djongo is a SQL to mongodb query transpiler. It translates a SQL query string into a mongoDB query document. As a result, all Django features, models etc work as is.

Django contrib modules:

'django.contrib.admin',
'django.contrib.auth',
'django.contrib.sessions',

and others… fully supported.

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