Get an introduction to the two sample projects used in this course: one small project and one larger project that represents the basic functions of a shopping cart. In this video, learn how the end result will look.
- [Instructor] In this course, we will work on two sample projects. The first one is very basic and should just help you to see how things are done with different database systems. The second one is a little bit larger and represents a basic shopping system. It has a way to manage users. You see it here. You can create, edit, and delete users. It has another page too. Again, you can create, edit, and delete them.
It has an item overview page, where you can then add items to your shopping basket, as you see it here. And then, it has a basket page. From there, you can buy the items inside of your basket, and additionally, it also has an auto tracking page, were the shop vendor can see which orders are there, and then process them and sent them to shipped, when they are complete.
To implement that, we will use MongoDB, Redis, in my sequel, and we will leverage the strength of each of those systems.
- 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
Skill Level Intermediate
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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