How to Be MEAN: Inside MongoDB

Ted Neward. MSDN Magazine. 2016-02-01.
Welcome back, “MEANies.” (I decided that sounds better than “Nodeists,” and, besides, starting with this piece, we’re moving past just Node.)
The code has reached an important transition point—now that there are some tests in place to verify that functionality remains the same, it’s safe to begin some serious refactoring. In particular, the current in-memory data storage system might be nice for quick demos, but it’s not going to scale up particularly well over time. (Not to mention all it takes is one VM reboot/restart, and you’ve lost all the data that’s not hardcoded in the startup code.) It’s time to explore the “M” in MEAN: MongoDB.

[How to Be MEAN: Inside MongoDB]

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