Im a bit confused......the whole NoSQL and such. When would you choose to use something like MongoDB over something like Oracle or MYSQL? I dont really understand....the "difference" as far as usage ...
Does anyone have experience with NoSQL databases (CouchDB, MongoDB, Google's BigTable, Dynamo, Cassandra...)? What was it like? Was it actual production/on the job experience? What will happen to ...
Instead of a database I just serialize my data to JSON, saving and loading it to disk when necessary. All the data management is made on the program itself, which is faster AND easier than using SQL ...
Here's my question: What are the weaknesses with different types of NoSQL databases? Specifically, what're the weaknesses of key-value stores, graph data stores and document stores? I've had an easy ...
TL;DR What are the prospects of writing applications which are completely based on a REST database server (CouchDB) and web applications which directly access the DB instead of having a web server in ...
I'm going to build my first real project in Rails that consist in a web app made of 3 main parts: The static part where no database is used The User registration part which will require a database ...
I am using a library that returns a JSON object (as a string, but I think that's standard), and I would like to store the contents of this object into a local database. I'm fairly fresh-faced in ...
I'm studying the differences between NoSQL and SQL, and what makes the first more scalable. I think I got the point, so I'll try to explain: Suppose an app has a list of billions of users, each with ...
I'm developing a WPF application whose core functionality involves creating a large object graph (often tens of thousands of entities) which the user can modify certain parts of, then save to a ...
Hypothetical scenario: Let's say we are downloading JSON from Facebook with details of a user's friend's checkins, posts, etc... These come in as one document per friend per activity, so with 8 ...
I've been checking out Berkeley DB and was impressed to find that it supported a SQL interface that is "nearly identical" to SQLite. ...