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mongoose-deep-populate - Mongoose plugin to enable deep population of nested models

  •    Javascript

Mongoose plugin to enable population of nested models at any level of depth. Support Mongoose 3.8.x and later. Refer to changelog for breaking changes. Specify whitelist option to ensure only certain paths can be populated. This is to prevent potential performance and security issues if you allow API clients to supply population paths.

xlsx-populate - Excel XLSX parser/generator written in JavaScript with Node

  •    Javascript

Excel XLSX parser/generator written in JavaScript with Node.js and browser support, jQuery/d3-style method chaining, and a focus on keeping existing workbook features and styles in tact.Note that xlsx-populate uses ES6 features so only Node.js v4+ is supported.

jquery-deserialize - Decodes serialized form data and populates a form with that data.

  •    Javascript

The plugin accepts two arguments: data and options, the latter being optional. Passing the complete() function as the second argument to this plugin is also supported. Copyright (c) 2017 Kyle Florence jQuery.deserialize is dual licensed under MIT and GPLv2 licenses.

mongoose-fill - Virtual async fileds for mongoose.js

  •    Javascript

mongoose-fill is mongoose.js add-on that adds simple api for virtual async fields.




mongoose-subpopulate - A monkey-patch of the populate Mongoose library for using MongoDB in Node

  •    Javascript

This module is deprecated. I recommend using Mongoose 3.6 vanilla. Mongoose-subpopulate was created for my needs on SpanDeX.io. It's monkey-patch of the populate Mongoose library for using MongoDB in Node.js apps. Subpopulate allows you to nest populate calls.

mongoose-populate-virtuals - Extend Mongoose 4+ population with virtual attributes that can be populated in either direction

  •    Javascript

Replace Mongoose 4+ population with virtual attributes that can be populated in either direction. Note: This module changes the functionality of .populate(). You must populate virtual attributes instead of ObjectId attributes, and adding a ref option to ObjectId attributes no longer does anything.

json-populate - Tool for populating JSON data with circular references

  •    Javascript

Tool for populating JSON data with circular references. Sort of like Falcor and GraphQL, but for plain JSON with a transparent interface.