A simple and quick wrapper for pymongo!

quickmongo, py, mongodb, mongoose, pymongo, python
pip install quickmongo.py==1.0.0


Quick Intro

Quickmongo.py is a quick wrapper for pymongo to access mongodb! You can use pymongo if you know it!

Quick Docs


In your terminal:

pip install quickmongo.py

In your python file:

from quickmongo import Database

# If you are using locally
db = Database('mongodb://localhost:27017/', {'db_name': 'local'})

# if you are using 'mongodb+srv://' uri then you should do something like this
db = Database(mongoURL)
# mongourl will be the 'mongodb+srv://' uri link
# clusterName will be the name of the mongoose cluster. Eg:- Cluster0
# Incase if you don't know what is your clustername you will get an TypeError with available clusters!

Options of Databases

Set some options for your database as a dict which is optional

options = {
    'collection_name': 'yourCollectionName', # Collection name will be 'python' as default
    'db_name': 'Cluster0' # This is optional unless you are using localhost you have to set it to local!

db = Database(mongoURL, options)
# mongoURL is described above

Get databases and collections

# Get all database names under the link
# Check if the given database exists in the list

# Get all collections names under the link
# Check if the given collection exists in the list

All Operations

db.set('foo', 'bar') # Will set value 'bar' for the key 'foo'
db.get('foo') # Will return 'bar' which is the value of the key 'foo'

db.all() # Will return all keys and values of the collection! {'key': 'foo', 'value': 'bar'} as a dict
db.startswith('f') # Will sort all data whose keys startswith 'f' as {'key': 'foo', 'value': 'bar'}

db.delete('foo') # Will delete value of the key 'foo'
db.delete_all() # Will delete all values of the all keys! Simple drop() function

db.set('foo', 1) # Simple set function given description above

db.add('foo', 2) # Will add 2 to the old value. So the current value will be 3
db.subtract('foo', 1) # Will subtract 1 from old value of the key 'foo'. So the current value will be 1

db.math('foo', '*', 5) # Will multiply value by 5 so 1*5 = 5
db.math('foo', '**', 5) # 5**5 = 25
db.math('foo', '/', 5) # 25/5 = 5
db.math('foo', '+', 1) # 5+1 = 6
db.math('foo', '-', 1) # 6-1 = 5

db.typeof('foo') # Its currently int so it will return <class 'int'>


Events are functions which will trigger on paticular times

Ready Event:

def ready():
    print('Connected with database')

db = Database(
        'ready': ready

# Will run ready callback when db is ready!

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