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Mongoose : MongoDB Object Modeling for Node.JS

                In this article, we will see how to use “mongoose” to connect to “MongoDB” from Node.JS. Mongoose provides object modeling and schema for application data. Follow the below steps to work with mongoose.

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How to make REST API call from Express Application

                At times our application might depend on other 3rd party REST APIs. In that case, we might require to make either GET or POST requests from our express application.      

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express-generator : Scaffolding Of Express Application

                                 In the last article, we have created the “Express” application and exposed REST services. There is a node module called “express-generator” which will provide

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Create REST Service Using Node.JS and Express

                             In this article, we will see how to expose REST services using Node.JS and Express.JS. Express is a lightweight web framework built for Node.JS. Now we

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Introduction to NodeJS and Its Request Processing Model

           In this article, we will see the basic introduction of NodeJS and Its request processing model. NodeJS is a server-side Javascript run time built on top of Chrome’s V8 engine. Node run time is an event-driven, asynchronous and nonblocking

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Proposed Tech stack to build online store with MongoDB, Node.js and Elasticsearch

                   In the last article, we have seen the technical architecture. In this article, we will see the tech stack and the purpose of each technology. The proposed tech stack is given

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Build your online store with Mongo DB, Node.js and Elasticsearch

                      In this decade the technology disruption is happening so frequently. If you look at the e-Commerce platforms built on Java/.Net/PHP etc… using the traditional application servers backed up by RDBMS. When the

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