Learn about NoSQL and MongoDB.
- [Narrator] Hey guys, let's talk about NoSQL … and the database that we're going to be using … in this web app, which is MongoDB. … So relational databases use something called SQL … which is a querying language that allows you to … interact with the database. … NoSQL doesn't use that, … or in other words, … it doesn't have a declarative query language. … And so what that means is that … the databases that use NoSQL such as MongoDB … can implement their own methods of querying … which is a lot more flexible and easy to use … rather than having to learn a new programming langauge. … NoSQL really thrives with large amounts of data … which is something that relational database … kind of struggle with. … So this means that it's highly scalable … and is much better at handling large amounts of data. … And there are a few different types. … We're going to talk about the document model, … which is what MongoDB is. … This is also a really great resource … if you want to learn more about NoSQL …
- Single-page applications and Vue.js
- Preparing your development environment
- Creating a Vue.js application
- Using the Vue.js router
- Building a RESTful back-end API with Node.js and Express.js
- Connecting to MongoDB
- Validating and managing a user session
- Connecting Vue.js to a back-end server
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting to Know the MEVN Stack
2. Preparing Your Development Environment
3. Vue.js Core Concepts
4. Building a RESTful Back-End API with Node.js and Express.js
Check HTTP status codes3m 17s
5. Connecting Your Application to MongoDB
6. User Authentication, JWTs, and Session Management
7. Finalizing Your Application
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