Tags » Crud

MongoDB Basics - Part 1

 MongoDB is an open-source document database that provides high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling.

MongoDB stores data in flexible BSON documents meaning fields can vary from document to document and data structure can be changed over time.

898 more words
MongoDB

Let It Blow

Wind can be soul cleansing.

With the bits of earth and life

Blasting over you

Like a power wash.

Exfoliating the minutiae particles clinging to your existence.

Life Chatter

Sitecore SPEAK 2.0 CRUD operation part 1 - Form component

I have worked on several Speak application through out different projects. But all used to be simple having date range and a submit button which upon clicking exports the data to excel format. 1,552 more words

Sitecore

How to minimise CRUD front-end code duplication in Laravel 5.4 / Twig

CRUD (Create/Read/Update/Delete) is something that developers do quite a bit of. Frameworks can help with this, but there’s still a fair amount of code you’ll need to write for every CRUD screen you put together. 1,315 more words

Tech

RESTful interactions with Azure Cosmos DB resources using the DocumentDB API, CRUD operations, API for MongoDB and additional quick starts

Azure Cosmos DB is a globally distributed system that supports the document, graph, and key-value data models which Microsoft have classified as a multi-model database service for mission-critical systems. 332 more words

Azure

Simplifying web form creation - KISS

One of the things I have spent a lot of energy on in the latest release of Micro, is simplifying the creation of web forms. 448 more words

Crud

Angular 2 CRUD, modals, animations, pagination, datetimepicker and much more

The source code for this post has been updated to Angular 4 (repository).

Angular 2 and TypeScript have fetched client-side development to the next level but till recently most of web developers hesitated to start a production SPA with those two. 12,897 more words

ASP.NET

Vajra Yanu reblogged this on Vajra Yanu.