Category: mongodb
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Posts of Category: mongodb
  1. Spring Data MongoDB - Guide to the @Aggregation Annotation

    Introduction MongoDB is a document-based NoSQL database, that stores data in BSON (Binary JSON) format. Like with any database, you'll routinely make calls to read, write or update data stored in the document s...Learn More
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  2. Spring Data MongoDB - Guide to the @Query Annotation

    Introduction If you have worked with Spring Data JPA for any length of time - you're probably acquainted with derived query methods: @Repository public interface BookRepository extends MongoRepository<book, ...Learn More
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  3. Guide to Using The Django MongoDB Engine with Python

    Guide to Using The Django MongoDB Engine with Python Introduction In this article, we will see how to use MongoDB, a non-relational database, with Django, a Python Web Framework. Django is commonly used with Po...Learn More
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  4. Guide to Flask-MongoEngine in Python

    Guide to Flask-MongoEngine in Python Introduction Building a web app almost always means dealing with data from a database. There are various databases to choose from, depending on your preference. In this guid...Learn More
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  5. Spring Data: MongoDB Tutorial

    Spring Data: MongoDB Tutorial Overview Spring Data is an umbrella project which contains many submodules, each specific to a particular database. In this article, we'll be covering Spring Data MongoDB by buildi...Learn More
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  6. A Beginner-Level Introduction to MongoDB with Node.js

    A Beginner-Level Introduction to MongoDB with Node.js Introduction In this article, we are going to talk about how to use the MongoDB database with Node.js. There are couple of ways to do this, including the a ...Learn More
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  7. Mongoose with Node.js - Object Data Modeling

    Mongoose with Node.js - Object Data Modeling Introduction NoSQL brought flexibility to the tabular world of databases. MongoDB in particular became an excellent option to store unstructured JSON documents. Data...Learn More
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  8. Introducing Camo: A class-based ES6 ODM for Mongo-like databases

    Introducing Camo: A class-based ES6 ODM for Mongo-like databases Edit: Updated Camo code to v0.12.1 What is Camo? Camo is an ES6 ODM with class-based models. A few of its main features are: dead-simple schema d...Learn More
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  9. Getting Started with Camo

    Getting Started with Camo Edit: Updated code to Camo v0.12.1 Introduction First of all, Camo is a new class-based ES6 ODM for MongoDB and Node. With mainstream ES6 quickly approaching us, I thought we were long...Learn More
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  10. Integrating MongoDB with Python Using PyMongo

    Integrating MongoDB with Python Using PyMongo Introduction In this post, we will dive into MongoDB as a data store from a Python perspective. To that end, we'll write a simple script to showcase what we can ach...Learn More
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  11. Integrating MongoDB with Flask Using Flask-PyMongo

    Introduction Building a web app almost always means dealing with data from a database. There are various databases to choose from, depending on your preference. In this article, we shall be taking a look at how...Learn More
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  12. Analyzing API Data with MongoDB, Seaborn, and Matplotlib

    Analyzing API Data with MongoDB, Seaborn, and Matplotlib Introduction A commonly requested skill for software development positions is experience with NoSQL databases, including MongoDB. This tutorial will expl...Learn More
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