Spring Boot : RESTful API using Spring Boot and MongoDB

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This tutorial explains how to implement RESTful web service using SpringBoot and MongoDB. This tutorials uses already implemented REST services using Node.js and ExpressJS frameworks. Here the same examples tested with SpringBoot. The following are the frameworks used in this tutorial for running the given example. Spring Boot MongoDB ExpressJS Node.js RESTful Concepts In this […]

RESTful Example using ExpressJS + Node.js + MongooseJS


RESTful Web Services Example : ExpressJS + Node.js + MongooseJS In my previous articles I have explaines about CRUD operations Node.js + MongoDB – Performing CRUD Operations and Mongoose – Node.js + MongoDB with Mongoose Tutorial. In this post I will show you how to create CRUD operations using RESTful Web Services and ExpressJS with […]

Mongoose – Node.js + MongoDB with Mongoose Tutorial


Develope Node.js + MongoDB Application with Mongoose In my previous post, I demonstrated how to perform CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations using Node.js and MongoDB API. This tutorial explains how to easily develop Node.js and MongoDB application with Mongoose application by using the Mongoose API. This tutorial assumes that reader has the knowledge on Node.js and […]

Node.js + MongoDB – Performing CRUD Operations


In this post we will look at how we can implement CRUD operations using Node.js and MongoDB as the database. CRUD stands for Create Read Update Delete. The programming language we would use for this is Javascript based Node.js (Read : Introduction to Node.js) framework and MongoDB as the NoSQL database. And this example is going to […]

Jongo – The Java Object Document Mapper for MongoDB


This tutorial explains about the Jongo, a Java query language for accessing the data from MongoDB database. When you work with the MongoDB database, you have to use the Mongo shell for querying the data, however when you are querying in the Java application, you have to use the Java driver for MongoDB and retrieve […]

Enable MongoDB Journalling


MongoDB uses an on disk journal to guarantee write operations and to provide crash resiliency. MongoDB creates a journal for every write that includes the exact disk location and the bytes that changed in the write. Thus if you have a crash in the server, the journal can be used to replay any writes that […]

10 Tips To Improve MongoDB Security


MongoDB provides a number of constructs to improve the security of your data. The security of your data in MongoDB is paramount – so it is important to leverage these constructs to reduce your surface area. Here are 10 tips you can use to improve the security of your MongoDB servers on premise and in […]

Best MongoDB GUI Tools


A good UI is an important part of the development experience. The mongo shell works great for administrative actions but when working with larger amounts of data, the UI becomes fairly important. There are a number of options when it comes to MongoDB GUI, some good and some not so good. Below are some of […]

How To Install MongoDB On Windows


MongoDB, is an open source document database and the leading NO SQL database written in C++. MongoDB is used as a persistence store and it get adapted by different latest libraries and implementations, so Eclipse JPA/NoSQL has provided a library for get your application integrated with MongoDB as Spring Data. In this tutorial, we are going […]

Using Morphia- Java library for MongoDB

In our post on developing sample Todo Application using JavaFX and MongoDB, we showed how we can use MongoDB, JavaFX to create a sample application. In that post we used the API provided by MongoDB to carry out the DB operations. In this post lets look at how we can use Morphia to carry out […]