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MongoDB & Node.js

  • Getting Started with MongoDB, Node.js and Restify

    Getting Started with MongoDB, Node.js and Restify

    With the multitudes of JavaScript frameworks available these days, there are countless options for building APIs. Many users can become overwhelmed and lose sight of the most important factors...

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  • Part 2: Introducing Mongoose to Your Node.js and Restify API

    Part 2: Introducing Mongoose to Your Node.js and Restify API

    This post is a sequel to Getting Started with MongoDB, Node.js and Restify. We’ll now guide you through the steps needed to modify your API by introducing Mongoose. If you have not yet created...

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  • Part 1: Introducing The MEAN Stack

    Part 1: Introducing The MEAN Stack

    Introducing the MEAN and MERN stacks This is the first in a series of blog posts examining the technologies that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications, notably the MERN...

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  • Part 2: Using MongoDB With Node.js

    Part 2: Using MongoDB With Node.js

    Introduction This is the second in a series of blog posts examining the technologies that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications. "Modern Application Stack – Part 1:...

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  • Part 3: Building a REST API Using Express.js

    Part 3: Building a REST API Using Express.js

    Introduction This is the third in a series of blog posts examining the technologies that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications. Part 1: Introducing The MEAN Stack (and...

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  • Part 4: Building a Client UI Using Angular 2 (formerly AngularJS) & TypeScript

    Part 4: Building a Client UI Using Angular 2 (formerly AngularJS) & TypeScript

    This is the fourth in a series of blog posts examining technologies such as Angular that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications. "Modern Application Stack...

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  • Part 5: Using ReactJS, ES6 & JSX to Build a UI

    Part 5: Using ReactJS, ES6 & JSX to Build a UI

    This is the fifth in a series of blog posts examining technologies such as ReactJS that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications. Modern Application Stack – Part 1:...

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  • Part 6 - The Modern Application Stack: Browsers Aren't the Only UI – Mobile Apps, Amazon Alexa, Cloud Services

    Part 6 - The Modern Application Stack: Browsers Aren't the Only UI – Mobile Apps, Amazon Alexa, Cloud Services

    This is the sixth and final blog post in a series examining technologies such as MongoDB and REST APIs that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications. Modern Application...

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  • The MEAN Stack: Mistakes You're Probably Making with MongooseJS, and How to Fix Them

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  • Enabling Clinical Research in the Real World with Sensors, Node.js and MongoDB  - Tom Hosford & Brenda Deverell31:56

    Enabling Clinical Research in the Real World with Sensors, Node.js and MongoDB - Tom Hosford & Brenda Deverell

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  • Announcing MEAN Stack Online Course in Partnership with edX

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  • Building Your First Application with MongoDB: Creating a REST API Using the MEAN Stack - Part 1

    Building Your First Application with MongoDB: Creating a REST API Using the MEAN Stack - Part 1

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  • Building your first application with MongoDB: Creating a REST API using the MEAN Stack - Part 2

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  • Optimizing AWS Lambda performance with MongoDB Atlas and Node.js

    Optimizing AWS Lambda performance with MongoDB Atlas and Node.js

    I attended an AWS user group a few weeks ago, and many of the questions from the audience concerned caching and performance. In this post, I review the performance implications of using Lambda...

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  • Serverless development with Node.js, AWS Lambda and MongoDB Atlas

    Serverless development with Node.js, AWS Lambda and MongoDB Atlas

    The developer landscape has dramatically changed in recent years. It used to be fairly common for us developers to run all of our tools (databases, web servers, development IDEs…) on our own...

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