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Long back, there was a time when engineering an application just require web developers and designers, and the application was built! As time passed, things changed and today, front-end developers, back-end developers, UI/ UX engineers and different types of programmers are separately needed for the app development.   With the advancement of technology, very often, new SDKs, OS, library, framework, programming languages, process and pretty more emerge....

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It always begins with,   Why should you choose MEAN Stack?   Four ace cards together form MEAN Stack and those cards are:   M: MongoDB E: Express JS A: Angular JS N: Node.js   MEAN.js is Javascript stack that assists to build swift, dynamic & manageable web applications using technologies like MongoDB, Express JS, and Angular JS & Node.js. These all technologies are equal to real gems. Let’s understand these technologies:     MongoDB: A No-SQL database...

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Today, technology up-gradation has changed the entire scenario. Along with helping humans to accomplish the task in a smooth manner, it has spread its reach in almost every business and industry. Alike other sectors, a gradual impact has also been noticed in the diamond industry. If we talk about the mid-1970’s, manual work was in effect. Usage of machinery and technology was rare in this...

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Developing a web application, which is either browser or mobile-based, generally requires provisioning of a few server-side infrastructure along with development of some code to run on it. Such code consume APIs more often, but there are occasional times when they become provider of APIs as well. In such situations, the go-to infrastructure was affectionately known as the LAMP stack and it involved Python, Linux,...

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Have you ever experienced bottleneck in your application? Bottlenecks can be very frustrating with the applications and can annoy the users to such a great extent that in many situations the users just quit using the application. So, why do these bottlenecks happen in the applications? Applications when subjected to compute heavy tasks that require a lot of memory and time to be processed can get your...

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MongoDB, classified as a NoSQL database, offers easy scalability, high performance, and high availability. It bridges the gap between traditional RDBMS systems. The database has relatively drawn massive attention. Thanks to its document-oriented NoSQL features, distributed key-value store, and MapReduce calculation capability. Nevertheless, the MongoDB development has been specifically done for Big Data processing. The main aim behind the MongoDB development is to preserve as many...

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The open-source, cross-platform compatible and an unsurpassed NoSQL database - MongoDB is an excellent solution for the businesses that have complex and diverse data requirements. It is just the right database choice for all those modern organizations that desire fast, uninterrupted and flexible access to their business data. NoSQL databases are proficient at storing the unstructured data and getting the real-time analytics out of it and...

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Stacking web technologies is a common phenomenon adopted by developers since years to gain prominence in website development. One of the earliest web stacks formed with well-known open source technologies is LAMP STACK. LAMP is the combination of four important technologies – one is an operating system called Linux, second is the Apache web server, third being MySQL, the popular database system and last but...

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It was the annual developer conference, MongoDB World 2016 in New York, when the MongoDB team announced its greatest launch, The MongoDB Atlas. The NoSQL giant just amazed the world with their new offering that hosted the NoSQL database as a service. Already there are a number of third-party cloud providers around, that offer MongoDB-as-a-service, but, with Atlas, the NoSQL giant has slashed all these...

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Express is a Node.JS based JavaScript framework that is a part of the renowned JavaScript software stack called the MEAN stack. Just like all other components of MEAN, Express.js also enables development on both the server side as well as the client side. This, however, is a minimalist server framework for Node.js that allows for the best development of server side and networking applications and...

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