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RT : Here my example. I'm discovering the framework. I've just added security.…
kotlin  mongo  from twitter
9 days ago by ZacharyAKlein
db.collection.deleteMany() — MongoDB Manual
db.orders.deleteMany( { "client" : "Crude Traders Inc." } );
mongo  deleteMany  javascript  robo3t 
17 days ago by josephishak
NoSQL: Building Your First Application & Connecting To MongoDB | Code Wall
For my upcoming jbath project. I'll probably use mongodb, because why not.
mongo  javascript  node.js 
23 days ago by thany
6 Rules of Thumb for MongoDB Schema Design: Part 1
When designing a MongoDB schema, you need to start with a question that you’d never consider when using SQL: what is the cardinality of the relationship? Put less formally: you need to characterize your “One-to-N” relationship with a bit more nuance: is it “one-to-few”, “one-to-many”, or “one-to-squillions”? Depending on which one it is, you’d use a different format to model the relationship.
mongo  webdev 
7 weeks ago by themagicteeth
Introducing Mongoose 5.0.0-rc0
Mongoose 5.0.0-rc0 was released yesterday. This is the first backwards-breaking release for mongoose since 4.0.0 was released in March 2015. The major forcing functions for this release were that MongoDB 3.6 removed support for the way mongoose did authentication (which is why mongoose needed the useMongoClient option) and the 3.0.0 release of the official MongoDB Node.js driver. Another major priority for Mongoose 5 was dropping support for Node.js < 4 and MongoDB < 3.0.0. Both Node.js 0.12 and MongoDB 2.6 are about a year past their official end-of-life, and removing support for them has enabled us to make our code base much leaner.
mongo  webdev  mongoose  javascript 
7 weeks ago by themagicteeth
Password Authentication with Mongoose (Part 1): bcrypt
This post is Part 1 (of 2) on implementing secure username/password authentication for your Mongoose User models. In this first installment, we will discuss how to implement one-way encryption of user passwords with bcrypt, and how to subsequently use the encrypted password for login verification.
mongoose  bcrypt  mongo  webdev  authentication  javascript 
8 weeks ago by themagicteeth
Node.js in 2018: Full stack tutorial with Koa, React, Redux, Sagas and MongoDB
The aim of this tutorial is to practically show you my favourite tech stack to use day to day as a Software Developer at [jtribe]( This will be a step-by-step guide on how to set up and build a basic application which goes full stack from the backend to the frontend, database and all! Even going as far deploying your application into the real world 🙂
webdev  react  koa  howto  tutorial  guide  mongo  redux  node  medium 
8 weeks ago by themagicteeth

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