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Node.js in Action, Second Edition by Bradley Meck Alex Young and Mike Cantelon

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Chapter 8. Storing application data

This chapter covers

  • Relational databases: PostgreSQL
  • NoSQL databases: MongoDB
  • ACID categories
  • Hosted cloud databases and storage services

Node.js serves an incredibly diverse set of developers with equally diverse needs. No single database or storage solution solves the number of use cases tackled by Node. This chapter provides a broad overview of the data storage possibilities, along with some important high-level concepts and terminology.

8.1. Relational databases

For most of the history of the web, relational databases have been the dominant choice for application data storage. This topic has been covered at length in many other texts and university programs, so we don’t spend too much time elaborating ...

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