Step-by-step instructions and practical examples to creating web applications with Ruby and MongoDB
Learn to design the object model in a NoSQL way
Create objects in Ruby and map them to MongoDB
Ruby and MongoDB Web Development Beginner’s Guide
MongoDB is a high-performance, open source, schema-free document-oriented database. Ruby is an object- oriented scripting language. Ruby and MongoDB are an ideal partnership for building scalable web applications.
Ruby and MongoDB Web Development Beginner’s Guide is a fast-paced, hands-on guide to get started with web application development using Ruby and MongoDB. The book follows a practical approach, using clear and step-by-step instructions and examples in Ruby to demonstrate application development using MongoDB.
With its coverage of concepts and practical examples, Ruby and MongoDB Web Development Beginner’s Guide is the right choice for Ruby developers to get started with developing websites with MongoDB as the database. Download eBook Free »
Combine the power of PHP and MongoDB to build dynamic web 2.0 applications with PHP and MongoDB Web Development Beginner’s Guide
Learn to build PHP-powered dynamic web applications using MongoDB as the data backend
Handle user sessions, store real-time site analytics, build location-aware web apps, and much more, all using MongoDB and PHP
Full of step-by-step instructions and practical examples, along with challenges to test and improve your knowledge
PHP and MongoDB Web Development Beginner’s Guide
With the rise of Web 2.0, the need for a highly scalable database, capable of storing diverse user-generated content is increasing. MongoDB, an open-source, non-relational database has stepped up to meet this demand and is being used in some of the most popular websites in the world. MongoDB is one of the NoSQL databases which is gaining popularity for developing PHP Web 2.0 applications.
PHP and MongoDB Web Development Beginner’s Guide is a fast-paced, hands-on guide to get started with web application development using PHP and MongoDB. The book follows a “Code first, explain later” approach, using practical examples in PHP to demonstrate unique features of MongoDB. It does not overwhelm you with information (or starve you of it), but gives you enough to get a solid practical grasp on the concepts.