ActiveState has made it easy to install the latest version of PyMongo. Copy and paste the snippet below into your terminal to install a verified, built-from-source version of PyMongo from ActiveState's free repository. We've taken care of all the dependencies so you don't have to.
pip3 install --index-url https://har.activestate.com/activestate/trusted-artifacts/latest PyMongo==4.0.1
--index-url parameter tells pip to install the package from ActiveState's repository.
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Version - 4.0.1
Released - Dec 7, 2021
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PyMongo is a Python distribution containing tools (mongoclient, Python driver, etc) for working with MongoDB from the command line, and is the recommended way to work with MongoDB using Python.
PyMongo is compatible with Python 3.6 and later versions of Python.
As with all Python packages installed with pip, PyMongo will be installed to %PYTHONHOME%/site-packages. This will always be true for global installations of PyMongo. If you’re using a virtual environment (like virtualenv), PyMongo will be installed differently, depending (for example) on where you created the directory for your virtual environment.
Note that you will have to install mongodb database separately either on localhost or else remotely, such as in AWS.
Yes, PyMongo will work Windows, Mac (OSX), and Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL, etc.).
PyMongo allows you to work with MongoDB, which in turns lets you perform:
The manual way to install PyMongo package is to use pip package manager to download from PyPI and install in one step. You can also install it by following the directions on the repository.