MongoDB SuccessPath

You should have experience with relational and non-relational databases. It would also be helpful to have programming experience with JavaScript, but it is not required.

This path explores MongoDB, a document-oriented database program. Become familiar with the concepts behind the NoSQL ecosystem, what NoSQL is and isn’t, and some of the most popular NoSQL implementations while also understanding the advantages and disadvantages of using a NoSQL database. Learn how to set up the environment used to develop an application and explore tools including Mongo, Express.js, AngularJS, and Node.js. Discover how to implement the basic AngularJS portions of an application before going on to explore routing, function, and service integration. Figure out how to give your application the professional look and feel you’re going for by installing Bootstrap, including it in your project, and integrating it and configuring it within the application. 

Course Path
It is common for users to take all the courses in this path in the order shown below.  


4+ hours covering 11 topics

Course TitleTopicsRuntimeSkill LevelTrailer
NoSQL/MongoDB: Fundamentals /**/ /**/ /**/
NoSQL: What is NoSQL /**/ 4 /**/ 1h 24m Intermediate /**/
MongoDB, Part 1 of 2: Implementation of AngularJS /**/ 2 /**/ 0h 59m Intermediate /**/
MongoDB, Part 2 of 2: Buildout to Going Live /**/ 5 /**/ 2h 15m Intermediate /**/