Creating MongoDB API using Java

Date: 27 May 2016 at 06:30 PM (IST)

Webinar: Creating MongoDB API using Java

Join this webinar to learn how to Create MongoDB API using Java.

Creating and exposing APIs allows your web application to interact with other applications through machine-to-machine communication. Learn how to develop a working system with Java to create API documentation. An API is only as good as its documentation  because so many APIs have poor documentation that prevents ease-of-use. If an API is not well documented then developers who have options to use something else will just skip it.

MongoDB is a leading NoSQL document database that provides high performance and easy scalability. It is a cross-platform document-oriented database system that bridges the gap between key-value and traditional RDBMS systems. Java is one of the most popular programming languages in the MongoDB Community.

Unlike traditional relational database systems which provide JDBC-compliant drivers, MongoDB comes with its own non-JDBC driver called Mongo Java Driver. That means we cannot use JDBC API to interact with MongoDB from Java. Instead, we have to use its own Mongo Java Driver API.
Learn how to create an API that connects to MongoDB. This webinar will help you understand and implement API?s that connect to MongoDB using Java for your own back end server.
The webinar will include theory and also have a hands-on practical session.

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