Adam Daniels

Adam Daniels

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MongoDB vs PostgreSQL: What to Consider When Choosing a Database

Learn how to choose the right type of database for your project. Today, we will discuss the advantages and uses of MongoDB and PostgreSQL to help inform your tech decisions.

One of the things that we may struggle with as developers when working on a green field project is our stack. Choosing the right tech to solve a problem can be a harrowing experience. Databases in particular can be a bit tough if we’re unsure how our data is going to be used.

This article aims to assist you in choosing the right type of database for your project by introducing or refreshing your memory on NoSQL and RBDMS databases, exploring the differences between the two, and discussing when you should use certain kinds of databases, namely MongoDB and PostgreSQL. To be most successful with this article, you should already have a basic understanding of databases and frameworks.

Today we will go over:

  • Why do we need databases?
  • Important terms to know
  • Overview of MongoDB and PostgreSQL
  • Choosing between MongoDB and PostgreSQL
  • Wrapping up and resources

Why do we need databases?

This question may be a bit obvious, but understanding why we need databases helps when it comes to choosing a database structure for your stack. Databases are a basic foundation of software development, and they serve many purposes for building projects of all sizes and types. Let’s take a deeper dive into the uses of a database.

Data Persistence

How would you feel if you were to visit a website, add items to a shopping cart, and navigate away from the site only to come back to an empty cart? A frustrating experience, I’m sure. This is where databases come in. Having a database allows for session persistence so that a user can log in and stay logged in for an extended period of time. When thinking of your database choice, what type of data do you need to be persisted? The type of data you are using help you choose the database that will most suit your data and client needs.

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MongoDB vs PostgreSQL: What to Consider When Choosing a Database

Install MongoDB Database | MongoDB | Asp.Net Core Mvc

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Adam Daniels

Adam Daniels

1595659114

MongoDB vs PostgreSQL: What to Consider When Choosing a Database

Learn how to choose the right type of database for your project. Today, we will discuss the advantages and uses of MongoDB and PostgreSQL to help inform your tech decisions.

One of the things that we may struggle with as developers when working on a green field project is our stack. Choosing the right tech to solve a problem can be a harrowing experience. Databases in particular can be a bit tough if we’re unsure how our data is going to be used.

This article aims to assist you in choosing the right type of database for your project by introducing or refreshing your memory on NoSQL and RBDMS databases, exploring the differences between the two, and discussing when you should use certain kinds of databases, namely MongoDB and PostgreSQL. To be most successful with this article, you should already have a basic understanding of databases and frameworks.

Today we will go over:

  • Why do we need databases?
  • Important terms to know
  • Overview of MongoDB and PostgreSQL
  • Choosing between MongoDB and PostgreSQL
  • Wrapping up and resources

Why do we need databases?

This question may be a bit obvious, but understanding why we need databases helps when it comes to choosing a database structure for your stack. Databases are a basic foundation of software development, and they serve many purposes for building projects of all sizes and types. Let’s take a deeper dive into the uses of a database.

Data Persistence

How would you feel if you were to visit a website, add items to a shopping cart, and navigate away from the site only to come back to an empty cart? A frustrating experience, I’m sure. This is where databases come in. Having a database allows for session persistence so that a user can log in and stay logged in for an extended period of time. When thinking of your database choice, what type of data do you need to be persisted? The type of data you are using help you choose the database that will most suit your data and client needs.

#mongodb #postgresql #database #developer

Query of MongoDB | MongoDB Command | MongoDB | Asp.Net Core Mvc

https://youtu.be/FwUobnB5pv8

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Ruth  Nabimanya

Ruth Nabimanya

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Creating Cloud Database in MongoDB

How to create a free cloud NoSQL database using MongoDB Atlas

NoSQL databases gained massive popularity in recent years. Rather than storing everything in row and column values, NoSQL databases provide more flexibility. There are quite a few document-oriented NoSQL databases available like AWS SimpleDB, MongoDB, and others. MongoDB provides more flexibility and operations than other NoSQL cloud databases. This would be a series of articles containing information on how to create a MongoDB cluster for cloud databases, how to create collections, and do Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) operations through MongoDB compass (GUI) or through Python (pyMongo). Furthermore, future articles will also contain some advanced operations. If you already know how to create a MongoDB cluster and connect to it through MongoDB compass GUI, you can ignore this article and go to the next one.

First of all, you need to create an account in MongoDB, it’s completely free and does not require credit card information to get MongoDB atlas. You can register through here. MongoDB Atlas provides the cloud database. Once you register, you can select the cluster you want. There are three options available, the one we will use is shared cluster since it’s great for small projects and learning purposes, and it is free. As the name suggests, it will be a shared cluster while other clusters provide more advanced and dedicated services.

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Create, Delete collection in MongoDB database | Show collection list | Asp.Net Core Mvc

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https://youtu.be/KXo-CXJ66uA

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