Scott spends a few minutes looking at a JSON representation of the schema for the blog application. After walking through the properties, he answers a few questions about migrating data to a new schema.
[Oriental Music]…- So now that we know a little bit about creating schemas,…and I say a little bit, I mean its still just a little bit.…There's way more to this but again that's like a whole…separate thing, I could talk about…Mongo and Mongoose for like a week.…We know just enough to get started with our API.…So now that we do know that much,…we can actually just,…we'll use JSON again to blueprint…how our resources are going to look just like we did before.…So remember we've got three resources,…users, posts, and categories.…So I wrote some JSON to let you see what that looks like.…
So users, for now all they have is usernames.…That's it, and they have to be unique.…So here's an example of what a user resource will look like.…It's an object with a username and a string.…Posts, they have a few things.…Four things actually.…So they have a title.…If you just look at the value you can kind of figure out…what its type is, this is obviously a string.…It has text, this is the actual text of the blog post.…If you look at the value it's obviously a string.…
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- Using Express
- What is middleware?
- Testing in Node.js
- Using Mongo with Node.js
- Data modeling
- Querying data with Mongoose
- Identifying sensitive routes
- Configuring the deployment
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