MongooseJS Essentials - Learn MongoDB for Node.js Premium class

Patrick Schroeder, Teaching JavaScript Courses

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7 Videos (42m)
    • Project Overview

      1:05
    • Understanding Mongoose

      2:43
    • Mongoose Schema

      5:45
    • CRUD App Part 1

      13:41
    • CRUD App Part 2

      3:30
    • CRUD App Part 3

      8:05
    • CRUD App Part 4

      7:29

About This Class

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In this course we will build a simple application to show how to perform full CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operations within Node.js.

We'll be using the Node module MongooseJS. Mongoose allows us to define our models in the form of a schema, along with a simple to use API that abstracts away a lot of the pain of working directly with the MongoDB driver.

First, we will create a Book schema using MongooseJS. We will use string data types to add a title, author and description. Next, we will build a simple server using Express.js. Then we will build 4 routes to query, update and delete Books from our Schema. We will use Postman to perform actions on these routes and check the results in our browser.

What You Will Learn

  • Build CRUD Applications
  • Create Mongoose Schemas
  • Design Routes using Express.js
  • Create a Server using Express.js
  • Build a RESTful API

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Patrick Schroeder

Teaching JavaScript Courses

Patrick Schroeder is a self-taught full stack JavaScript developer. He enjoys working with Angular, Node.js, Mongodb, React.js, Firebase, and anything else javascript related. Patrick is passionate about teaching Javascript. He loves to help others understand difficult concepts by creating clear presentations that gradually builds to full comprehension of a given topic. He is very interested in furthering his knowledge of IOT and wearable products with the intention of teaching cutting edge technologies and collaborating to bring new products to life. 

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