How to create Dynamic Custom Roles with MongoDB Stitch
None of us want to write lots of code to control what data each user can access. In most cases, you can set up your data access controls in seconds by using Stitch's built-in templates. Stitch also lets you create custom rules that you tailor to your application and schema – this post creates such a rule, querying a second collection when deciding whether to allow a user to insert a document.
From Legacy Website to Serverless with MongoDB Stitch Hosting
Refreshing legacy websites can be a tricky process, but as Andrew Morgan finds when he renovates an old website of his own, the procedure can be pretty painless when you use MongoDB Stitch. See how he makes use of the new Stitch Hosting and applies Stitch's QueryAnywhere and Triggers to make database access simple.
MongoDB Stitch QueryAnywhere: Navigating a Rover using MongoDB Stitch QueryAnywhere
Powered by MongoDB Mobile, MongoDB Stitch, and AWS Kinesis, the MongoDB Rover debuted at AWS re:Invent. Hundreds of delegates stopped by our demo to see if they could navigate the rover around a treacherous alien landscape.
Working with MongoDB Stitch Through the mongo Shell – MongoDB Wire Protocol Support
The Stitch SDK is the best way to access MongoDB Stitch from your frontend application code – however, you may want to access Stitch from your existing tools (e.g. the mongo shell) or backend code – this post shows you how.