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Hello, I am developing a new project with an internal chat between users. Also, there are complex relationships between the other project entities but I wolud like to build something scalable and fast and right now I am designing the data model. What kind of database would you recommend me to manage all application data? relational like MySQL, no relational like MongoDB or a mixed one? Thank you
I'm starting to work on a Jira-like bug tracker web app. This is a hobby project that is mostly a way for me to learn about different technologies and development processes(CI/CD, etc..) so I could be more ready when I start applying for programming jobs.
I'm debating between MySQL, which I'm less familiar with, and MongoDB which I have used in the past.
My two points of consideration are the following:
1) Which one is more likely to be relevant for web dev jobs? While I want to learn new technologies, I prefer learning ones that will make me more hireable in the future.
2) Which one is more flexible when it comes to changing the shape of the stored data? I expect to need to make some changes as the project goes on.
We are planning to migrate one of my applications from MSSQL to MySQL. Can someone help me with the version to select?. I have a strong inclination towards MySql 5.7. But, I see there are some standout features added in Mysql 8.0 like JSON_TABLE. Just wanted to know if the newer version has not compromised on its speed while giving out some add on features.
I am trying to design an online ordering app similar to Doordash or Uber Eats. I'm having a hard time trying to finalise on what database (or mixture of databases) to use. I'm leaning towards using a relational database like MySQL or PostgreSQL. But, when the application grows, I don't want to join on 20 tables to get a data. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.
Hi all. I am an informatics student, and I need to realise a simple website for my friend. I am planning to realise the website using Node.js and Mongoose, since I have already done a project using these technologies. I also know SQL, and I have used PostgreSQL and MySQL previously.
The website will show a possible travel destination and local transportation. The database is used to store information about traveling, so only admin will manage the content (especially photos). While clients will see the content uploaded by the admin. I am planning to use Mongoose because it is very simple and efficient for this project. Please give me your opinion about this choice.
Hi. We have an application, which offers clients with mobile Apps. Mobile apps serve using REST APIs provided by a big Monolith web frontend and backend built on PHP/MySQL running on a conventional dedicated machine.
Now we have started rolling out our application across the globe. We want to serve each country at its own TLD like, myapp.us, myapp.pk etc.
Since each country site might have different features and localization challenges, therefore, we'll need to have several different master branches, each for a country. And the backend application will be cloned on a separate machine for each country.
We'd need to geo-restrict mobile apps as well. So a client from the US would be served via our ".us" TLD REST API, and Pakistan client's App should be served with REST APIs from .pk TLD.
Need a piece of advice on, Which AWS service can we use to have a single authentication endpoint which would authenticate Apps from the relevant country server by automatically detecting the location?