#44 — December 13, 2018

Read on the Web

MongoDB Weekly

MongoDB Charts Beta, Now Available in Atlas — This native data visualization tool is now available directly inside MongoDB Atlas making it easier than ever to visualize data.

Tom Hollander (MongoDB)

Boosting JavaScript: From the Mongo Shell to Node.js — MongoDB’s mongo shell runs JavaScript under the hood and lets you create powerful scripts to work with a MongoDB instance, but what about when you want to take those scripts and run them on Node.js? It’s possible.

Dj Walker-Morgan (MongoDB)

The First Beta Release of the Official MongoDB Go Driver — The MongoDB Go driver team has released the first beta release of a new, official driver for the Go(lang) programming language.

For some background, the reason as to why there’s an official Go driver was covered in Considering the Community Effects of Introducing an Official MongoDB Go Driver which we linked in the first issue of this newsletter.


Using MongoDB with Ionic and Nest — How to integrate MongoDB into a Nest (a Node.js Web framework) backend and how to use that to add and retrieve records from an Ionic app.

Josh Morony

Aggregation in MongoDB — Looks at the different stages you can use with the aggregation framework including $match, $group, $sort, and $project.

Debasis Saha

How to Use explain() and MongoDB's Profiler to Investigate Query Performance — Learn how to use the profiler and the explain() method, two MongoDB features you can use to dig into slow-performing queries.

Phil Factor

12 Tips for Going into Production with MongoDB — A golden oldie.

Eric Holzhauer (MongoDB)

MongoEngine: A Python MongoDB Object-Document-Mapper — A Document-Object Mapper (think ORM, but for document databases) for working with MongoDB from Python.


GrandNode: An E-Commerce Platform Built on ASP.NET Core and MongoDB — Version 4.3 came out a few weeks ago.


🗓 Events

Western New York MongoDB User Group – December 20 (Webster, NY)

MongoDB.local Dallas – Irving (February 12) — A full day of deep-dive technical sessions, one-on-one consulting with MongoDB experts and more.