Monthly Archives: July 2014
In this post we will be setting up MongoDB in an MVC application. Before starting on it I expect that the audience has good knowledge of MongoDB.
MongoDb is a schema free, scalable, high performance document database. When we say schema less it blows mind of many SQL developers. Schema independent feature of MongoDB provides flexibility to the developer to develop the schema as they progress with the application.
Web is evolving very rapidly and so we have to. And demands of generic things are increasing as well.
We all know now days no application stands alone, because there are a lot of types of devices available
So we have to create services which can be called by any kind of device and business logic can be placed at a single place.
And when it comes to fetch data from a web service method, client devices don’t always need whole data, sometimes needs few columns or sometime needs data filtered on some basis and so on.
It was not a long time when I moved to Visual Studio 2010 for a project and first time listen for Nuget packages and after that day by day these nuget packages became and important part of my development environment. With almost 20k unique packages from the initial release in 2010 the community expanding exponentially and now this plugin became for .net in the same way ‘RubyGems’ stays to ruby by providing a centralized repository for thousands of packages.
Nuget is a free and open source package manager for dot net framework.NuGet is distributed as a visual studio extension, integrated with sharp developer , and included in the C# code snippet tool LINQPad. NuGet can be used from the command line and automated via scripts.