Scott continues the final Q&A with some ways to scale the MEAN stack, recommended resources for beginners, and NPM modules for interfacing with other databases.
(soothing music)…- [Student] This kind of goes back to where…I think we were talking about…any authenticated user can change anything…in the application. - Right, right.…- [Student] But somebody is saying…that you can't update other users in this app anyways…because the request.user object from app.params ID…gets overwritten by off get fresh user?…- Off, let's see.…Actually it does,…yep, it does. - [Student] And then so…he's just saying that's not intentional,…so how can you avoid loading the request like this?…- Make a different object name, not user.…
Call it "reg.something else"?…Reg.author, you just have to name space it, I guess.…But yeah, that is unintentional,…I didn't even realize it til he just said it.…But yeah, that could definitely happen.…Yeah, you would just have to give it a different name space.…Just not put everything on the user.…- [Student] Another question, just general,…what are some ways to scale the MEAN Stack?…- Oh, well you could just throw more money at it,…if it's on Heroku.…
Scale of the dinos.…
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