MongoDB is a documented oriented database that is mainly used for cross platform based applications. Instead of schema based relational database , MongoDB is more like a document database which uses dynamic schema and uses JSON sort of documents.
Here you can learn about the basics of MongoDB. Concepts like Replication, Sharding are covered below. How MongoDB handle Relationships are also addressed here.
Some advanced topics like MongoDB GridFS and MongoDB Text Search is listed. How to work with Rockmongo is also mentioned. This section on MongoDB Tutorial will explain about the basics of MongoDB that will be useful for a beginner to learn about this technology. There are MongoDB Tutorial PDF guides
also in this section. Visit the MongoDB Video tutorial at youtube.
MongoDB is an open-source report database, and heading NoSQL database. MongoDB is developed in c++.
- MongoDB Basics – Create a mongodb database -Introduction
- MongoDB Query examples – mongodb query example
- MONGODB – REPLICATION, SHARDING AND BACKUP- Details on Replication, Sharding and Backup.
- MongoDB Relationship with examples– Examples on MongoDB relationships
- Covered queries in MongoDB – Covered queries and Anlaysing queries.
- Atomic Operations in MongoDB – Atomic operations
- Auto increment Sequence in MongoDB – Auto increment in MongoDB
- GridFS and Capped Collection – GridFS and Capped collection
- MongoDB Text Search and Regular expression – Text Search and Regular expression in MongoDB
- ObjectId in MongoDB – How to generate ObjectId in MongoDB
- The Little MongoDB Book
- The MongoDB Tutorial Introduction for MySQL Users
- Cheatsheet for MongoDB
- MongoDB – An introduction and performance analysis
- Spring Data MongoDB – Reference Documentation
- MongoDB and PHP
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