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Jumpstart Video Series

SQL, NoSQL, Relational, Non-Relational, Table, Collection, Row, Document, Column, Field. What does it all mean??
In this video, we’ll take a deeper look at MongoDB Atlas, our Database-as-a-Service. I’ll show you how to sign up, create your first cluster, load some sample data, and view your data from a really cool VS Code extension. All for FREE!
Do you want to quickly explore your MongoDB data? Run ad hoc queries in seconds? Interact with your data with full CRUD functionality? You need Compass, the GUI for MongoDB.
Do you want to quickly and easily build out a backend for your application, including API routes, user authentication, GraphQL, and much more? And do that without hosting your own server? In this video, we’re going to take a look at Atlas App Services, our backend-as-a-Service platform.
Welcome back to the MongoDB Jumpstart series. In this video, we are going to build out the frontend of our e-commerce application in Next.js including all of the components, product pages, and style everything using Tailwind CSS. And, we’ll use our Atlas App Services serverless functions to bring in all of our data.
Welcome back to the MongoDB Jumpstart series. Have you ever wondered how searches work on websites? What about autocomplete? In this video, we are going to implement search and autocomplete in our e-commerce app utilizing MongoDB Atlas Search.
Welcome back to the MongoDB Jumpstart series. In this video, we are going to get an overview of what Atas Data Lakes are, and I’ll demonstrate how to connect and use one with our e-commerce app. We’ll utilize an AWS S3 bucket to store two data files (.csv & .json), and use a single federated query to pull data from 3 sources simultaneously. (Atlas database & the 2 files on AWS S3)