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In this Mongo training course you will learn to install, manage and talk to a Mongo database. You will learn the fundamentals of document storage, and will build a complete app with Mongo as a back end. Mongo is a massively scalable, extremely fast, document oriented NoSQL database that plays especially nicely with NodeJS. Schemaless databases allow you to stay agile, new data just slots in. Because your data is stored in JSON, your app will require dramatically less wiring code between your front end and API. Your database effectively becomes your API.
Thinking in documents and collections
Using the Mongo CLI
Making a Collection
Storing a document
Retrieving a document
Modifying a document
Mongo as an API
Building an app.
Clusters and Sharding - conceptual overview
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