This blog will introduce you what is MongoDB Atlas, and show you how to make use of stitch.js to build a simple CRUD web application step by step.
You may refer to these two demo URLs:
- Users CRUD page
- Blogs CRUD page
After going through our examples, you should have a brief understanding on MongoDB, and how to make noSQL requests to it.
Before the examples, you need to:
a. Sign up an account with MongoDB Atlas via https://cloud.mongodb.com/user#/atlas/register/accountProfile
Our examples will make noSQL requests to this Cloud-based MongoDB
b. Setup an Apache server in order to store your html pages
- Dynamic Schema – you don’t need
to define or change your schema before or during developing your application
- Quick development – as you
don’t need to worry about the schema, you can change the data structure easily
- Cloud-based enable – MongoDB
makes use of cloud-based environment, allow you to distribute and partition
your data into multiple servers
- Microservices Architecture – you
can decentralize your application into different services, each service stores
one type of data. For example, a blogging application can build up with
different services, such as users and comments.
- Not support transaction
- No functions and store procedure