How to Do MongoDB Map-Reduce Jobs Easily With Studio 3T

In this post, we will see how Studio 3T (formerly MongoChef) can make your life easy with writing, debugging, and running MongoDB Map-Reduce jobs using the amazing new Map-Reduce Screen. MongoDB Map-Reduce vs Aggregation Pipeline A Map-Reduce Example Filtering the Input Data map() Function reduce() Function finalize() Function Running the Map-Reduce Job Map-Reduce Epilogue   [...]

3 Tips for SQL Users New To MongoDB

As the digital world continues to store data that’s exponentially growing in amount and complexity, the advantages of using a NoSQL database such as MongoDB become crystal clear. NoSQL databases are easier to scale. No schema or a predefined structure means more flexibility in data handling, especially if you have variable data. But companies still [...]

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Query Code: The Easiest Way to Convert a MongoDB Query to JavaScript, Java, Python, C# and the mongo Shell Language

With the release of Studio 3T 5.5.0 comes Query Code, a powerful feature that allows users to convert MongoDB queries to five target languages: JavaScript (Node.js), Java, Python, C#, and the mongo shell language. That means you can generate driver code from within Studio 3T in four easy steps: Simply query as you normally would with [...]

How to Connect to a MongoDB Database Hosted by a Cloud Provider

Have Your MongoDB Connection String Ready Download Studio 3T here. Create a free sandbox database instance with a MongoDB cloud hosting provider, for example with Compose, ObjectRocket, or mLab. MongoDB hosters will give you a connection string URI that looks like this: Example: mongodb://<user>:<password>@aws-us-east-1-portal.4.dblayer.com:20032,aws-us-east-1-portal.25.dblayer.com:20032/admin?ssl=true <user> and <password> placeholders are usually preset with your authentication details. [...]