MongoDB: Links, News, And Resources (4)

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cha0s/mongoose-api · GitHub

jawerty/Node2Blog · GitHub
A simple and easy to setup node.js blog template. For the casual blogger.

Getting Started with Node.js on Heroku | Heroku Dev Center

Open Source PHP E-Commerce Platform With MongoDB – Forward

Object Modeling in Node.js with Mongoose | Heroku Dev Center

Analytics for modern data

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, Introducing MongoClient

oteroleonardo/ · GitHub
A cool demo web app to show Node.js, Raphaeljs,, Express.js, Mongoose and MongoDB integration

Hybrid Applications with MongoDB and RDBMS – a session at Øredev 2012

Softaculous AMPPS

Creating a REST API using Node.js, Express, and MongoDB

javascript – Do you know any tutorial for mongoDB in nodeJS? – Stack Overflow


Scaling with MongoDB

Fun with MongoDB replica sets | Foursquare Engineering Blog



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Angel “Java” Lopez

9 thoughts on “MongoDB: Links, News, And Resources (4)

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