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Introduction to MongoDb with .NET part 34: indexing subdocuments

Introduction

In the previous post we looked at how to index arrays in MongoDb using the client shell. We saw that there wasn’t anything special in the JSON syntax, it is the same as when adding an index to a scalar field. 959 more words

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Sitecore-MongoDB Calculate Closest Distance

This is a short guide about how to configure your mongoDB in order to calculate the closest distance between two coordinates. 393 more words

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Introduction to MongoDb with .NET part 33: indexing arrays

Introduction

In the previous post we looked at compound indexes in MongoDb. Compound indexes can be useful if you’d like to make multi-field searches more efficient. 694 more words

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Getting Started with MEAN.JS

Follow the steps below to create and run the default web application using MEAN.JS. MEAN is a “solution stack”, a collection of software packages commonly used to provide an infrastructure on which to run web applications. 273 more words

Introduction to MongoDb with .NET part 32: compound indexes

Introduction

In the previous post we created our first index on the zip codes collection using the Mongo shell. We inserted a text on the state property. 1,245 more words

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Market Research on MongoDB

MongoDB is a document based database and one of the fastest growing type of NoSQL databases.Before we go into discussing the growth of MongoDB let’s discuss what exactly are NoSQL databases and its types. 582 more words

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Introduction to MongoDb with .NET part 31: the query plan and our first index

Introduction

In the previous post we introduced a new sub-section in this series, namely how indexes work in MongoDb. We went through a general introduction of the topic without actually creating an index. 1,186 more words

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