Java development 2.0, MongoDB: A NoSQL datastore with (all the right) RDBMS moves
Create and query documents using Java code and Groovy
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Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: September 28, 2010
If you're exploring the world of NoSQL databases, then MongoDB — sometimes billed as the NoSQL RDBMS — deserves a place on your list. Learn all about MongoDB's custom API, interactive shell, and support for RDBMS-style dynamic queries, as well as quick and easy MapReduce calculations. Then get started creating, finding, and manipulating data using MongoDB's native Java™ language driver and a handy Groovy wrapper called GMongo.
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