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Few months back, I was planning for my major project at college. I was pretty confused since I didn’t wanted to work with PHP and MySQL that was the time when Abhishek suggested about MongoDB. Initially I faced a little bit difficulty due to the transition from schema to schema-less database. The best part that kept to hooked to it was the simplicity since it allows to keep the focus on the application and the database automatically adapts to the changes. Now after working on MongoDB for quite a long time and tackling various issues I thought of writing this article. It is divided into four phases consisting of Installation and Configuration, Working with MongoDB Shell, Working with PHP and MongoDB, and finally Working with node.js and MongoDB. This article is dedicated to the Facebook Group of MongoDB Developers, check link at the end of the article.