Best Free Mongodb Courses

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MongoDB Essentials – Understand the Basics of MongoDB

An introduction and overview of MongoDB as a NoSQL database solution.

Created by Patrick Schroeder - Software Developer

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Students: 101317, Price: Free

This is a beginners level course to understanding the basics of what mongoDB is.

The intention of this course is to provide a foundation for working with mongoDB so that you can start developing applications that require a database storage.

In this course we will cover:

  • How to install mongoDB.
  • How to create new collections that store documents.
  • You'll learn about the most used mongo shell commands to manage your documents.
  • We'll cover the different types of data that can be stored.
  • You will gain confidence in how to Create, Read, Update and Delete data.
  • Learn how to build models for the database in code using Mongoose Schemas.
  • Learn how to query for specific data your looking for using $in.

Course Format:

You will be presented with slides and command line examples. This will help you to learn how to use local instances of mongoDB.

There will be a quiz at the end to help reinforce what you've learned.

MongooseJS Essentials – Learn MongoDB for Node.js

Learn how to create Mongoose Schemas to build a full CRUD application based on the MongoDB database design.

Created by Patrick Schroeder - Software Developer

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Students: 73739, Price: Free

In this course we will build a simple application to show how to perform full CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operations within Node.js.

We'll be using the Node module MongooseJS. Mongoose allows us to define our models in the form of a schema, along with a simple to use API that abstracts away a lot of the pain of working directly with the MongoDB driver.

First, we will create a Book schema using MongooseJS. We will use string data types to add a title, author and description. Next, we will build a simple server using Express.js. Then we will build 4 routes to query, update and delete Books from our Schema. We will use Postman to perform actions on these routes and check the results in our browser.

What You Will Learn

  • Build CRUD Applications
  • Create Mongoose Schemas
  • Design Routes using Express.js
  • Create a Server using Express.js
  • Build a RESTful API

Node JS API Development for Beginners

Learn Node JS API Development from absolute scratch. This course is for complete beginners getting started guide!

Created by Ryan Dhungel - Web Developer

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Students: 62840, Price: Free

Welcome to learn Node JS API development for absolute beginners. In this course you will learn the core fundamentals of Node JS so that you can start building API using Node JS.

In this course, you will learn Modern JavaScript, Node JS event loop, Asynchronous programming, using node modules, npm modules and creating your own modules, creating server, connect to database and sending json responses.

So if you are ready to learn Node JS, which is one of the most exciting technology of recent time, please enroll into this course.

MongoDB and Python: Quick start

Up and running with mongoengine

Created by Michael Kennedy - Podcaster, developer, entrepreneur, and Python enthusiast

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Students: 55147, Price: Free

Learn MongoDB with Python and mongoengine. In this short, free course, we will build an AirBnB knock-off using Python and MongoDB. You will learn enough to get up and running with MongoDB for your next project.

According the to 2017 StackOverflow developer survey, MongoDB is one of the most loved and is by far the most wanted databases of 2017. You will learn many of the skills necessary to build MongoDB backed applications. 

We will primarily focus on accessing MongoDB from the ODM mongoengine. While you can use the lower-level pymongo package, you'll see that mongoengine adds powerful additional features not natively found in MongoDB such as required fields and default values.

You will learn

  • How document databases work
  • The benefits of NoSQL databases
  • A clear set of guidelines for modeling data with document databases
  • How to map Python classes into MongoDB collections
  • The basic CRUD operations (create, read, update and delete) for MongoDB
  • Complex queries (subdocuments, hierarchies, and more)
  • How to convert hierarchies in documents into flat Python structures using list comprehensions
  • Some Python tricks
  • To use PyCharm as your IDE which writing code

The course is free and the example code is extensive and available on github. Don't wait to get started.

Master MongoDB, the NOSQL leader with Clarity and Confidence

Learn MongoDB - Updated Every Week 100+interview Questions 100+Quizzes 60+Assignments mongobooster java C# nodejs php

Created by Gandhi Kumarasamy Sezhian - Sr.Architect ,Senior Solutions Developer , Entrepreneur

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Students: 41902, Price: Free

More than 80+ ***** 5 Star Reviews

its all in one for all level all roll if you DBA or developer iam
devops and work with mongo for about 4 years but these course help me to
make farther progress in the area
-Almaamon Rasool Abdali Hussain

Lots of hands-on demos and samples. -Michie Reigle 

Great teaching and good material so far -Nícolas Lima

good content and excellent explanations-Benjamin Abba

MongoDB is undeniably creating huge impact among enterprises , challenging oracle and other established vendors.

Do Search in the Google for - mongodb ranked 2nd next to oracle

Do Search in the Google for - DBRankings Mongodb

With a huge list of well known customers, its being used by top technological companies such as SAP, Expedia,EBAY, Craigslist, BOSCH,Amadeus, AOL, SAGE,CISCO, EA and many others in completely different Verticals. 

Do Search in the Google for - who uses MongoDB 

This course will provide you with greater information and confidence to explore mongoDB , without loosing interest and  its easiness.

The course is updated Every Week. It has 100+interview Questions 100+Quizzes 60+ Assignments with 5 tools, 4 languages.

 MongoDB when compared to traditional databases, is 10 times simpler in installation, management and in features. Its simply the Modern database,for the cloud era. 

The course is clearly organized into 4 sections, with  7 most important things to know about MongoD, Thinking about MongoDB topics,which will help the students to think and derive the MongoDB features ,before they get into the details of it.

In this Course I'm Covering the basics with JSON ,4 Useful tools to learn mongodb easily and  advanced topics such as sharding , replication, Mapreduce.

Two Very Useful MongoDB BONUS Sections

Bonus section 1 -Learn MongoDB < 50 Mts - Get a Quick Bootstrap on Key topics. A very useful one. 

Bonus Section 2 - Work with MongoDB using 4 programming Languages

  1.   Java
  2.   C#
  3.   PHP
  4.  NodeJS

The course contents are updated Every Week .

Create a REST API With Node JS and Mongo DB

Begin your journey to becoming a full stack developer by learning how to create and deploy a REST API

Created by Dan Kwon - Full Stack Freelance Software Developer

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Students: 35470, Price: Free

A solid REST API is the foundation of virtually every modern web application, service and data-driven company or startup. From large multi-national corporation to small garage startup, the core tenets of a well-designed REST API are the same and can be learned in relatively short period of time. In this tutorial series, we construct a simple REST API using Node/Express, Mongo DB and deployed on Turbo 360. Along the way, we explore the key principles behind REST API design as well as common mistakes and scenarios that beginners often struggle with. Finally, we deploy our web service on the free Turbo 360 staging environment in conjunction with mLab for database hosting.

Mongo DB with Node & Express

Begin your journey to a full stack JavaScript developer by learning how to store data using Mongo DB.

Created by Dan Kwon - Full Stack Freelance Software Developer

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Students: 27621, Price: Free

Mongo DB (the "M" in MEAN and MERN stack) is among the most dominant databases in use today. Along with MySQL and PostgreSQL, Mongo DB an industry-standard database consideration among startups and large companies alike. But unlike the other two, Mongo DB is the de-facto standard for document based databases and has exploded in popularity since its release in 2009. In this series, we implement a basic Mongo DB with Node/Express project and fully deploy it to the Turbo staging environment.

RESTFul API With Express Framework Crash Course

Learn to build fast, scalable and secure RESTful services with Node, Express and MongoDB.

Created by Awais Jamil - Programmer,Web Developer, AutoDesk Software Trainner

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Students: 14664, Price: Free

  • Build the back-end for your web and mobile apps

  • Use modern JavaScript features (ES6, ES7)

  • Implement CRUD operations

  • Handle and log errors, the right way

  • Store and retrieve complex data in MongoDB

  • Apply the best practices for building fast, scalable and secure apps

This course covers everything required to build restful API which can be used for IOS or Android mobile apps and also for web application build using most popular technologies such as Angular / React.

AWS EC2 Fast and Simple

Spin up an EC2 Server with Linux, EBS, NGINX, Java, Node.js, Tomcat8 and MongoDB

Created by Tom Jay - Mobile development Instructor

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Students: 13468, Price: Free

I've been told that Amazon AWS is very difficult and that it takes a huge learning curve just to spin up a server.

I've been working with AWS EC2 and S3 since the start, yes things change, yes fairly often but once you understand the basics is simple.

This course will go over how to select an Amazon Instance for Linux, create the instance running and show how to SSH into the machine. You will learn how to setup NGINX, Oracle Java 8, Tomcat8, Node.js and MongoDB.

In less tehn 30 minutes you will have a server up and running and log into the instance. 

Complete ExpressJS and MongoDB for Beginners in 2 hours

After the completion of this course, you will easily be able to create REST APIs with ExpressJS and MongoDB

Created by Valeed Mehmood - Software Engineer at Gaditek (PureVPN)

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Students: 9533, Price: Free

In this course, we will be covering all the base concepts of NodeJS, ExpressJS along with MongoDB like:

  1. Installation of ExpressJS

  2. Type of routes, and implementation

  3. How to deal with request and response

  4. What is MongoDB and how can we connect it to our ExpressJS Server

  5. APIs creation using ExpressJS and MongoDB

  6. How to deal with an error handling

  7. How to play with validations in ExpressJS

  8. How to play with password encryptions (storing, verifying)

  9. How to deal with JSON web token in ExpressJS

  10. How to add JSON web token verification on protected routes using Middleware

  11. How to perform authentication along with JSON web token

This course will not just cover basic topics but we will be learning some advanced topics as well of ExpressJS.

After the completion of this course, you can easily be able to work on ExpressJS and MongoDB, this is my promise.

Building Your First Microservice With .NET

Build your first microservice with C#, ASP.NET Core, VS Code, MongoDB, and Docker. Step by Step.

Created by Julio Casal - Passionate Software Engineer

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Students: 7032, Price: Free

Is your team suffering the symptoms of the monolithic hell? Has your code base become so complex it's too hard to understand and modify? Does it take forever to build and deploy your system? Do you just want to know what's the latest in distributed systems architecture?

In this course you will learn why everyone is moving to microservices and how to get started with C# and the .NET platform.

Here for some of the things you will learn in this course:

  • What is a monolith and the typical issues it presents over time

  • What are microservices, the problems they solve and when to use them

  • A quick view of the building blocks of a .NET microservices based architecture

  • How to create a microservice from scratch using .NET 5 and Visual Studio Code

  • Use C# 9 record types to define Data Transfer Objects (DTOs)

  • How to implement a microservices REST API with ASP.NET Core and Swagger UI

  • How to use the repository pattern to persist data into a MongoDB NoSQL database

  • What is Docker and how to run a MongoDB container in your box

We will not jump straight to the ideal implementation, we will start with a very simple and "naïve" implementation, we will learn about common mistakes when implementing microservices, we will learn about multiple techniques and patterns in the microservices world and finally we will arrive to a nice implementation based on best practices.

This is a beginner level course, so I intentionally take my time to explain every new concept in a very didactic way to ensure you understand the purpose of the code you are about to write. You will find no magic code copied from external or hidden sources. We will start absolutely from scratch and I will explain every line of code as I add them to the projects.

You should have some basic C# knowledge and ideally some web development experience to make the most of this course. However, I make no assumptions on your previous knowledge of ASP.NET Core or of any of the other libraries, tools and techniques used during the course. As long as you are eager to learn by doing, I think you will really enjoy this course since I will explain everything I do as we write the code together.

By the end of this course, you will have a fully working .NET based microservice, but most importantly, you will understand every line of code and why we ended up with the final implementation.

Build a Library web app with Vue JS using ScaffoldHub

Build a Library web application with Vue JS, Node JS, and SQL or MongoDB using ScaffoldHub

Created by Felipe Lima - Founder/Developer at ScaffoldHub

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Students: 6626, Price: Free

Build a Library web application with Vue JS, Node JS, and SQL or MongoDB using ScaffoldHub.

The course uses ScaffoldHub to create the initial application. After, the basics of Javascript, Vue JS, Vue Router, Vuex, Express JS, Sequelize (SQL) and Mongoose (MongoDB) are explained, and finally, how the application is customized to attend all the Library needs.

You'll need credits at the ScaffoldHub platform to generate the base application.

Learning MongoDB – NoSQL database

Learn basics of NoSQL and MongoDB

Created by Poonam Fegade - Assistant Professor

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Students: 6537, Price: Free

The excessive use of the internet has resulted in massive collection of structured, semi structured and unstructured data. The need to process and store this data in a timely and cost effective way has led to the adoption of the computer cluster and distributed systems. NoSQL databases are more efficient to handle such rapidly evolving massive unstructured data as compare to traditional relational databases.

MongoDB is a document oriented NoSQL database built on a scale-out architecture that has become popular with developers of all kinds who are building scalable applications using agile methodologies. MongoDB was built for people who are building internet and business applications who need to evolve quickly and scale elegantly. MongoDB is one of the new open source databases . MongoDB has always focused on providing developers an excellent user experience, which, in addition to all its other properties, has made MongoDB a favorite of developers worldwide for a huge variety of applications.

This course is for beginners in MongoDB. This course covers basics of NoSQL and MongoDB database. It will start by introducing NoSQL database and its need, CAP theorem, types of NoSQL databases, MongoDB overview, installation, creation of a database and collection, basic commands, performing CRUD operations and sorting operation.

The GraphQL Apollo (with ReactJS, NodeJS and MongoDB)

Learn GraphQL & Apollo Client by making a movie application with ReactJS & MongoDB.

Created by Mohd. Raqif Warsi - MERN Stack Web Developer & Networking Enthusiast

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Students: 5736, Price: Free

Make a MERN Movie Maker app and learn about GraphQL, Apollo Client-Server, ReactJS, and MongoDB.

You will learn :

What is GraphQL

You will understand the need for GraphQL and the problems it solves nowadays.

How the GraphQL works

You will also learn how GraphQL works by looking at the various aspects like writing and firing Graphql queries, the syntax of the queries, making mutations, and more with GraphQL.

Testing the GraphQL queries

You'll also learn to use the GraphiQL tool for testing and understanding how the GraphQL queries are made and structured.

How to integrate GraphQL with ReactJS by Apollo

You will now be able to make and fire the GraphQL queries from your React front-end by connecting the GraphQL with ReactJS with the help of Apollo Client.

Storing the GraphQL data to the MongoDB database server

Storing all the data to MongoDB Atlas becomes very easy with the involvement of NodeJS. GraphQL stores and fetches data from the MongoDB atlas.

and much more...

CRUDapp using NodeJs and MongoDB(MERN Project)

crud application using node and mongodb

Created by Vijay A - Computer Science Engineer and Software developer

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Students: 2352, Price: Free

Prerequisites :

  1. Knowledge of HTML, CSS / SCSS, JavaScript / jQuery as we will be using these for the front-end part of our application.

  2. JavaScript Fundamentals like promises, async-await, DOM manipulation will also help.

  3. Curiosity, interest and a tiny bit knowledge of Node.js, also you need to have node installed on your system.

Not only SQL database or more popularly known as NoSQL database is a database design approach that provides a mechanism to store and access a wide variety of unstructured data. This unstructured data can contain a mixture of data models, including key-value, document, columnar and graph formats, etc. NoSQL database is especially useful for handling humongous sets of distributed data. These databases have a dynamic schema and no specific query language along with no or very fewer relationships. But it stores the data in the form of collections and documents which enable quick updates.

There is a list of NoSQL databases which are used quite heavily in the industry, some of which I have listed below:

  1. MongoDB

  2. Hbase

  3. Cassandra

  4. Amazon SimpleDB

  5. Hypertable

To know more about NoSQL and it varies from SQL databases, you can check out this article on Differences between SQL & NoSQL Databases.

In this Node.js MongoDB tutorial, I will be focussing on only one of these databases, which by now you might have guessed, that is MongoDB. But before I show you how to work with it, let’s get familiar with its nitty-gritty.

ntroduction to MongoDB

MongoDB is an open source non-relational database that stores the data in the form of collections and documents. This kind of databases preserves most of the functionalities while offering horizontal scalability. This eases the work of a developer by providing persistence to the data and enhancing agility.

MongoDB stores the JSON documents in the form of collections having dynamic schemas. It stores all the related information together which enhances the speed of query processing. This way, it also helps in bringing down the gap between the key-value stores and relational databases.

Below I have listed down a few of the most intriguing features of MongoDB:

  • Indexing: It makes use of indexes that helps in improving the search performance.

  • Replication: MongoDB distributes the data across different machines.

  • Ad-hoc Queries: It supports ad-hoc queries by indexing the BSON documents & using a unique query language.

  • Schemaless: It enhances the flexibility of the data and needs no script to modify or update data.

  • Sharding: It makes use of sharding which eases the deployment of very large data sets and provides high throughput operations.

Now that you are familiar with MongoDB, let’s move ahead with this Node.js MongoDB tutorial and see how simple it is to install MongoDB in the system.

Express is one of the most popular web frameworks for Node.js that supports routing, middleware, view system… Mongoose is a promise-based Node.js ODM for MongoDB that provides a straight-forward, schema-based solution to model our application data along with built-in type casting, validation, query building, business logic hooks… In this tutorial, I will show you step by step to build Node.js Restful API for CRUD operations using Express, Mongoose with MongoDB database.

Build Your First Restful Api With Node Express and MongoDB

Build your first RESTFUL Api with Node and Express with Model View Controller pattern with Mongo Database

Created by Ankit K - Web Development, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

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Students: 1988, Price: Free

I often find while Developing API's There goes a lots of confusing concepts, now in this free tutorial you will learn to Build your first RESTFUL Api with Node and Express with Mongo Database on Model View Controller pattern (Separating routes). so get excited and start learning with this well structured course with well structured videos explaining confusing concepts simply. By the end of this course you will gain a lot of knowledge that you will be able to develop your own RESTAPI so why delay enroll in this free course today and  Start Learning Now.

I often find while Developing API's There goes a lots of confusing concepts, now in this free tutorial you will learn to Build your first RESTFUL Api with Node and Express with Mongo Database on Model View Controller pattern (Separating routes). so get excited and start learning with this well structured course with well structured videos explaining confusing concepts simply. By the end of this course you will gain a lot of knowledge that you will be able to develop your own RESTAPI so why delay enroll in this free course today and  Start Learning Now.

I often find while Developing API's There goes a lots of confusing concepts, now in this free tutorial you will learn to Build your first RESTFUL Api with Node and Express with Mongo Database on Model View Controller pattern (Separating routes). so get excited and start learning with this well structured course with well structured videos explaining confusing concepts simply. By the end of this course you will gain a lot of knowledge that you will be able to develop your own RESTAPI so why delay enroll in this free course today and  Start Learning Now.

I often find while Developing API's There goes a lots of confusing concepts, now in this free tutorial you will learn to Build your first RESTFUL Api with Node and Express with Mongo Database on Model View Controller pattern (Separating routes). so get excited and start learning with this well structured course with well structured videos explaining confusing concepts simply. By the end of this course you will gain a lot of knowledge that you will be able to develop your own RESTAPI so why delay enroll in this free course today and  Start Learning Now.

Mongodb fundamentals

Learn the most popular NO-SQL DBMS quickly and efficiently

Created by Vinod Kumar Kayartaya - Evangelist, Consultant and Developer.

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Students: 1367, Price: Free

Mongodb is a one of the most popular NO-SQL database management system today. As against the traditional RDBMS, it stores the data in an unnormalized way, in binary JSON format.

Mongodb is an open source document database. The name is derived from Humongous DB. This falls into the category of NO-SQL databases. The data in Mongodb is stored in an un-normalized format, as a collection of documents. A collection in Mongodb is equivalent of a table in RDBMS and a document is equivalent of a record. However, unlike a record, a document need not have the same structure as other documents in the same collection.

All the best!