Have you heard about ORM? And what about Micro-ORM?
We have a lot of software that needs to store data and the “traditional”, and even natural choice, is adopt some Relational Database. In order to simplify the communication with the database and to “glue” the world of Object Oriented (OO) programming languages with the structural nature of the relational data, developers like to use some Object-relational mapping (ORM) framework. Continue reading “Getting started with Dapper”
Taking advantage of the “1 to N bidirectional relationship in the MongoDB” post, I intend to show you how to “make a cross join” with MongoDB and filter by a referenced document property. Continue reading “Filtering by referenced document property in the MongoDB”
After talk about data paradigm, lets take a look in the MongoDB, a NoSQL database that stores documents in json format.
It is a high-performance, non-relational database and alternative way to store data. Continue reading “1 to N bidirectional relationship in the MongoDB”