Sep 30, 2016

Rest Services with Node, Mongo, & Express

Demonstrating how easy it can be to build our RESTful webservices with Node, I will live code a full CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) REST service with NodeJS. We will utilize MongoDB as our presistent backend, Mongoose as our ODM (Object Document Mapper) and ExpressJS to map our endpoints.

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