MongoDB is a NoSQL document-oriented database. In previous articles we introduced MongoDB and also covered in detail how to use MongoDB’s unique data model to store structured data. In this article we will explore the programming environment that MongoDB provides … Continue reading
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MongoDB is a NoSQL document-oriented database that enables applications to readily scale with increased load. In a previous article, we covered MongoDB’s basics and explained how data can be modeled in it as well as the programming environment it supports. … Continue reading
In a previous article, we covered what MongoDB is and how it enables scalability to be achieved due to its unique architecture. One key component of that architecture is the data model, which is based upon schema-less documents and collections. … Continue reading
SQL databases such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle have served us well for the past decades. From small desktop applications to large enterprise resource planning systems, these databases have been faithfully fulfilling their tasks. The massive growth of … Continue reading
Dependency injection (DI) is a pattern used to write modular, loosely coupled components. Specifically, you inject specific dependencies into a module at run-time rather then loading them in a hard coupled fashion at compile time.
The recent popularity of Social Media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+ has brought new challenges for popular websites on the Internet. The ability of certain links to go “viral” resulting in the associated websites to experience the slashdot … Continue reading