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MongoDB Impressions

I’ve spent the past three days diving into MongoDB and jQuery. [ …] But the real attraction is the ability to work with syntax very similar to Javascript and JSON from client to server to database. Just better for my relatively weak, pan-fried brain.

Let’s not forget though, that MongoDB is BSON so you’ll need to go through a native driver. But there are other NoSQL databases that speak natively JSON (e.g. CouchDB) and that may not even need a server side component.

Original title and link: MongoDB Impressions (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://charliecrystle.com/2010/11/22/mongodb-impressions/