Learn how to set up, run, and test the node application locally using mLab for Mongo, pulling exercise files.
- [Lecturer] It's time to set up the Mongo database.…This database will contain the data we need to use…for our application.…mLab has a free tier, so you can set up…a world visible database without…having to spend any money.…Before you get started you are going to need…a copy of Mongo running on your system…for the command line tools.…You can find instructions on MongoDB.com…or there are movies in the library…covering MongoDB installation.…And of course if you have a favorite Mongo service…you like to use, you're welcome to use it…but remember that the database does need…to be visible from outside of your local network.…
So let's get started with the mLab process.…First sign up for an mLab account…if you don't already have one.…Once you've logged in you'll see a screen like this.…Click on Create New.…The default provider is Amazon web services…and that's just fine for our purposes.…The Plan Type you want to choose is SANDBOX,…and click Continue.…Amazon want to know what region to use…so I'm going to choose Virginia.…
- MongoDB and GitHub setup
- Creating a Heroku app
- Deployment using Elastic Beanstalk
- Azure host creation and environment configuration
- Continuous deployment tools
- Working with Jenkins, Travis CI, and CircleCI
Skill Level Intermediate
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