MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | + Resource Files
Last updated 7/2018 | $99.99
Duration: 1h 31m | 639 MB
Short and Friendly Introduction to the MongoDB. Learn, understand and practice fundamentals of the MongoDB.
What Will I Learn?
Understand difference between relational and document databases
Explain such data formats as JSON, Extended JSON and BSON
Describe most commonly used BSON data types such as ObjectID, Date, String and NumberInt
Understand MongoDB structure - Databases, Collections and Documents
Explain how MongoDB server is managed using MongoDB Shell
Practice insertion of the documents into the collection
Use different query methods such as findOne() and operators such as $and, $or, $gt and $ne
Understand and utilize update methods such as updateOne() and updateMany()
Become familiar with update operators such as $set, $unset and $inc
Successfully delete documents from the collection using deleteOne() and deleteMany() methods
Explain what is Aggregation Framework, MongoDB Utilities and Indexes
Understand what is external MongoDB driver and what is it's purpose
No prior MongoDB knowledge is required
You need just your computer
This course is for total beginners in MongoDB.
Goal of the course is to give you understanding of what is MongoDB, which main features it has and of course try to use those features yourself.
You will learn how to perform following actions:
Insert documents into the collections
Find documents using different query operators such as $and, $or, $gt
Update documents using update operators such as $set and $unset
You will be also able to explain some advanced MongoDB features such as:
MongoDB Replica Set
MongoDB external drivers
Who is the target audience?
Anyone who wants to get in touch with MongoDB and understand it's main features and capabilities
Developers who worked with relational databases such as MySQL and want to expand their knowledge towards document databases
Full-stack developers who want to start learning MEAN or MERN stacks - MongoDB is one of the components in those stacks