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Add US Postal Abbreviations to Your Atlas Search in 5 MinutesThis tutorial will show you how to set up your Atlas Search index to recognize US postal abbreviations.
Create a Twitter Clone using Next.js, MongoDB, Auth0, & Deploy to Vercel✅ Sign-up for a free cluster at: https://bit.ly/mongodb-free ✅ Get help on our Community Forums: https://bit.ly/mongodb-community In this video, we'll create a Twitter clone Jamstack application using the MongoDB Atlas Data API, @Auth0, Next.js, and @Vercel. This workshop will walk you through each step and will help you easily follow along step by step. 📚 RESOURCES 📚 GitHub Repo: https://github.com/mongodb-developer/social-app-demo MongoDB Atlas: https://bit.ly/mongodb-free MongoDB VS Code extension: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=mongodb.mongodb-vscode MongoDB Compass: https://www.mongodb.com/try/download/compass Auth0: https://auth0.com/signup Vercel: https://vercel.com/signup Connect with Jesse: Twitter: https://bit.ly/tweet-codeSTACKr ⏱️ Timestamps ⏱️ 00:00:00 - Intro 00:00:33 - Agenda 00:00:59 - Exercise Overview 00:02:18 - Prerequisites 00:03:04 - What is the Jamstack? 00:06:00 - Reduce Complexity & Increase Portability 00:06:10 - What is Serverless? 00:07:13 - Serverless Instances 00:08:16 - Atlas Serverless Functions & HTTPS Endpoints 00:09:18 - Atlas Data API 00:10:26 - Consider the Alternatives 00:11:27 - Workshop GitHub Repo 00:11:59 - Lesson 1 - Fork & Clone the Workshop Repo 00:13:31 - Lesson 2 - Create Atlas Cluster 00:18:35 - Lesson 3 - Load Sample Data 00:19:22 - Option 1: MongoDB VS Code Extension 00:23:26 - Option 2: MongoDB Compass 00:26:12 - Lesson 4 - Test Data API 00:31:55 - Lesson 5 - Set Up Local App 00:48:23 - Lesson 6 - Atlas Functions & HTTPS Endpoints 00:50:38 - Lesson 7 - Configure User Auth 01:07:04 - Lesson 8 - Add Like Functionality 01:13:27 - Lesson 9 - Create Search Index & Route 01:20:06 - Lesson 10 - Deploy your Application! --- Subscribe to MongoDB ➡️ https://bit.ly/3bpg1Z1 #mongodb #database #tutorial
Application Deployment in Kubernetes with the MongoDB Atlas Operator✅ Subscribe to MongoDB Atlas on Google Cloud: https://bit.ly/3KOx4H9 In this video, we’ll setup a MERN stack application in just minutes, and use the Kubernetes Atlas operator to connect our backend to Atlas using a Kubernetes secret. 📚 For readers, here is a written version: https://www.mongodb.com/developer/products/atlas/kubernetes-operator-application-deployment/ 😎 Connect with Cedric: Twitter: https://twitter.com/cedricclyburn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cedricclyburn ⏱️ Timestamps ⏱️ 0:00 Introduction 00:24: Prerequisites 00:43: Getting started 04:13: Using the MongoDB Atlas Operator for Kubernetes 08:35: Create and manage an Atlas deployment 12:49: Configure the application back end using the Atlas operator --- Subscribe to MongoDB ➡️ https://bit.ly/3bpg1Z1 #mongodb #kubernetes #database
Ep. 127 Learn MongoDB with Codecademy
MongoDB is pleased to announce the release of the new “Learn MongoDB'' course, created together with Codecademy. Hosted on the Codecademy platform, the course teaches students the basics of MongoDB and how to perform CRUD operations, query and analyze data, and create and use indexes. With interactive tutorials and quizzes throughout, developers in the “Learn MongoDB” course can educate themselves on the breadth of MongoDB’s developer data platform and learn best practices for building applications on top of MongoDB. And by completing additional coursework on the programming language of their choice on Codecademy, early-career developers can learn how to code across the full application stack. This is a free, self-paced course that takes approximately eight hours to complete.
In this episode, Shane McAllister is joined by Melanie Williams & David Patlut from Codecademy to talk more about Codecademy and how this partnership and collaboration came about and what users can expect to learn if they choose to undertake this course.
Learn MongoDB Course - https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-mongodb
Codecademy Platform - https://www.codecademy.com/learn
MongoDB University - https://university.mongodb.com/