GIANT Stories at MongoDB

Working with MongoDB Stitch Through Existing Drivers – Python & PyMongo

Andrew Morgan

Technical, Cloud

You can now access MongoDB Stitch (and Atlas behind it) using any of the existing MongoDB Drivers – this post shows how to do it using the PyMongo Python Driver.

Working with MongoDB Stitch Through the mongo Shell – MongoDB Wire Protocol Support

Andrew Morgan

Technical, Cloud

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.

MongoDB Stitch Authentication Triggers

Andrew Morgan

Technical, Cloud

See how Stitch authentication triggers let you use third-party user-authentication services such as Facebook or Google without losing the ability to perform custom actions when users register, sign-in, or leave.

Sending Text Messages with MongoDB Stitch & Twilio

Andrew Morgan

Technical, Cloud

How to send text messages from your app using MongoDB Stitch and Twilio.

Testing & Debugging MongoDB Stitch Functions

Andrew Morgan

Technical, Cloud

Testing and debugging serverless functions can be tricky – not so with MongoDB Stitch functions. This post shows how quick and easy it is through the Stitch UI.

Implementing an end-to-end IoT solution in MongoDB: From sensor to cloud

Robert Walters

IoT, Technical

Many companies across the world have chosen MongoDB as the data platform for their IoT workloads. MongoDB makes it easy to store a variety of heterogeneous sensor data in a natural, intuitive way and blend it with enterprise data, allowing you to integrate IoT apps across your organization. Experience setting up your own temperature sampling solution in the referenced article.

Time Series Data and MongoDB: Part 3 – Querying, Analyzing, and Presenting Time-Series Data

Robert Walters

Technical

This blog series seeks to provide best practices as you build out your time series application on MongoDB. In this post, part three, we will cover how to query, analyze and present time-series data stored in MongoDB.

Building a REST API with MongoDB Stitch

Andrew Morgan

Technical, Cloud

MongoDB Stitch QueryAnywhere often removes the need to create REST APIs, but for the other times, Stitch webhooks let you create them in minutes.

MongoDB 4.0: Non-Blocking Secondary Reads

Mat Keep

Technical, MongoDB 4.0

Many MongoDB users scale read performance by distributing their query load across secondary replicas. With the MongoDB 4.0 release, reads are no longer blocked when oplog entries are applied. Here's how

Recording sensor data with MongoDB Stitch & Electric Imp

Andrew Morgan

Technical, Cloud

Electric Imp devices and cloud services are a great way to get started with IoT. Electric Imp's MongoDB Stitch client library makes it a breeze to integrate with Stitch. This post describes how.