Today, Node.js is the most popular and widely used server side framework for small, large and any sized web app and web application development.
By default, In Node.js all I/O operations like file I/O, database operations, network operations etc. are non-blocking. When these operations are completed, they are notified to the main thread using callback functions. You can also write blocking code for these operations using blocking version of Node.js functions which have Sync word as suffix.
Android is an open source and Linux-based operating system. It was first introduced on Nov 5, 2007. It was originally developed by Android Inc. and subsequently purchased by Google.
Node.js is platform which provides the complete solution for server-side applications, such as web platforms ASP.NET, Php etc. So, before going to start Hands-On Node.js, let's first install and configure it.
Unit testing is a way to test each piece of your code which is called as unit. The idea behind the unit testing is to ensure the quality of each smaller unit. It verify the functional behavior of each unit in response to correct and incorrect cases of input data and verify any assumptions made by the code.
In RDBMS, you can use comparison operators like as e>>, <, <=, and >= while writing a SQL query. Mongo shell also has same comparison operators but they are used with a different notation. Here is a comparison list of Mongo shell operators and SQL operators.
As you know, MongoDB shell helps you to create and query your database available on mongo server. In last article, I have described about commonly used commands and methods with mongo shell.
Before going to start Hands-On MongoDB, let's first install and configure it. Here, I am using windows OS to install and configure it.
MongoDB is one of the most popular open-source NoSQL database written in C++. As of February 2015, MongoDB is the fourth most popular database management system. It was developed by a company 10gen which is now known as MongoDB Inc.
It's a great news for Visual Studio lovers that they can do Node.js development with their favorite IDE. This can be possible with the help of open-source plug-in NTVS supported by Microsoft and the community. NTVS is constantly working to improve the Node.js experience in Visual Studio.