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There is no better way to begin your MongoDB education. Check out these Beginner & Intermediate tutorials and start building your own MongoDB app!


Working with MongoDB in .NET (Part 3): Skip, Sort, Limit, & Projections Peter Mbanugo Peter Mbanugo  ●  C# · MongoDB · Nosql  ●  Jan 03, 2017
Working with MongoDB in .NET (Part 3): Skip, Sort, Limit, & Projections

On this third part of our tutorial series about MongoDB in .NET, we will look into sorting documents, specifying the number of documents to skip or limit, and how to do projections.

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Building a Simple CRUD Application with Express and MongoDB (Part 2) Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  Node.js · JavaScript · MongoDB · Express · Crud  ●  Jan 03, 2017
Building a Simple CRUD Application with Express and MongoDB (Part 2)

This article is the second part of creating a CRUD application with Express and MongoDB. We’re going to venture deep into the last two operations that were not covered in the first part – UPDATE and DELETE.

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Working with MongoDB in .NET (Part 2): Retrieving Documents with Filter Clause Peter Mbanugo Peter Mbanugo  ●  C# · MongoDB · Nosql  ●  Dec 13, 2016
Working with MongoDB in .NET (Part 2): Retrieving Documents with Filter Clause

In the previous part, we went through some of the driver basics and how to insert documents to a collection. In this part of the series, we’ll learn how to retrieve documents from the database.

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Building a Simple CRUD Application with Express and MongoDB (Part 1) Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  Node.js · Crud · MongoDB · Express  ●  Nov 28, 2016
Building a Simple CRUD Application with Express and MongoDB (Part 1)

In this tutorial, you will learn to: create an Express Server, execute CREATE and READ operations, save and read from MongoDB, and use a template engine like Embedded JS. All this while building an app that lists quotes from Star Wars characters!

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Working with MongoDB in .NET (Part 1): Driver Basics & Inserting Documents Peter Mbanugo Peter Mbanugo  ●  C# · MongoDB · Nosql  ●  Nov 23, 2016
Working with MongoDB in .NET (Part 1): Driver Basics & Inserting Documents

In this tutorial series, I'll show you how to work with MongoDB in your .Net applications using the CRUD functions available from the .Net driver.

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MongoDB vs RethinkDB: Comparing Oranges with Oranges Rudraksh MK Rudraksh MK  ●  SQL · Rethinkdb · MongoDB · Reql  ●  May 25, 2016
 MongoDB vs RethinkDB: Comparing Oranges with Oranges

This post aims at a very broad overview of the key differences between Mongo and Rethink.

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MongoDB Aggregation Framework & Meteor.js Ethan Ethan  ●  MongoDB · Aggregation framework · Meteor  ●  Feb 17, 2016
MongoDB Aggregation Framework & Meteor.js

In a nutshell, the aggregation framework let you find and manipulate certain data by the hand of queries, by N pipelines. Here's how to use it with Meteor.js

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Get Started with Meteor by Building a Chat App Shahid Shaikh Shahid Shaikh  ●  Meteor · JavaScript · MongoDB · Chat app  ●  Aug 31, 2015
Get Started with Meteor by Building a Chat App

##Introduction MeteorJS is awesome framework built for developing real-time web apps. Meteor lets developers focus on their application and forget about facing complexity when developing real-time apps (e.g. apps that need to sync and immediately update data to all users). In this tutorial we will: Download and configure Meteor. ...

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Postmortem: Migrating MongoDB to DynamoDB Shawn Chiao Shawn Chiao  ●  DevOps · MongoDB · Dynamodb · Meteor  ●  Jul 27, 2015
Postmortem: Migrating MongoDB to DynamoDB

Introduction DynamoDB, a relatively new arrival to the NoSQL party, celebrated its three-year anniversary earlier this year. We have now seen it deployed in mature products like the portfolio of online games at TinyCo and our own app store optimization solution at Gummicube. It’s pay-as-you-go, it’s extremely scalable, with basically zero...

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Storing Tree Structures in MongoDB: Code Examples Vyacheslav Vyacheslav  ●  MongoDB · DevOps · Database  ●  Jun 12, 2015
Storing Tree Structures in MongoDB: Code Examples

This is an educational article demonstrating approaches for storing tree structures with NoSQL database, MongoDB #Background In a real life, almost any project deals with the tree structures. Different kinds of taxonomies, site structures, etc, require modeling of hierarchy relations. In this MongoDB tutorial, I will illustrate how to use...

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