Learn about the various database options available for Node.js applications, so that you can select the right database for your app.
- [Daniel] Hi, I'm Daniel Khan. For than 17 years, I've been working as developer, architect and product manager in tech. Along the way, I did my bachelor's degree in software engineering besides my job, and since about six, I'm mostly working with Node.js. In my current position as technical product manager at Dynatrace, I'm helping enterprises with their digital transformation, and while doing this, I'm learning a lot about how to do things and what they're struggling with. In this course, I will share what I've learned working with databases, and more specifically, working with databases in Node.js.
So let's get started. I hope you will enjoy.
- Basics of relational and nonrelational databases
- Preparing your environment
- When to use document databases
- Inserting data into MongoDB
- Basic insert operations for MongoDB
- Querying data from MongoDB with Node.js
- Using key-value stores
- Using relational databases with Node.js
- Adding MySQL and Sequelize to a project
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1. Get Started with Databases for Node.js
2. Prepare Your Environment
3. Use Document Databases with Node.js
4. Use Key-Value Stores with Node.js
5. Use Relational Databases with Node.js
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