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Badge List is currently using version 5.2 of the Mongoid gem. So that's what you should focus on. One thing to note is that the MongoDB organization actually took over the Mongoid gem years ago. And in the process they ended up making it somehow harder to find good documentation on Mongoid itself (rather than MongoDB in general). But if you poke around enough you'll find tons of good resources.
If you're looking for a NoSQL option to use in Rails, Mongoid is an excellent option. Here I will be going over some of the basics of Mongoid and some similarities and differences between it and ActiveRecord, which is Rails' default ORM framework for working with relational SQL databases.