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Adapting NoSQL Syntax to SQL Databases

Posted by on Nov 30, 2015

One of the greatest strengths of NoSQL databases is the query language used. While SQL databases are essentially required to use SQL queries, NoSQL databases give you the chance to build and manipulate queries as JSON, allowing for far more readable – and understandable – queries in your application. Below we’ll look at how Backand adapts a MongoDB-inspired NoSQL query language into SQL statements, allowing you to use whichever idiom lets you feel the most productive.
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Need to Upgrade Your Enterprise App to Angular?

Posted by on Nov 04, 2014

One of the keys to success in web development lies in knowing how to best use your tools. From smaller organizations looking to get a new product off the ground to larger organizations looking to optimize internal processes, an intelligently-applied Angular application can both ease implementation cause and speed deployment. In this sample case study we’ll look at how an Angular app can save time – and resources – as a front-end to a large internal database.

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MEAN vs LAMP – How Do They Stack Up?

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014

Understanding the role each technology plays in the stack is crucial when moving from LAMP to MEAN for web development. Whether you’re looking for consolidation of technologies or to leverage in-house JavaScript expertise, the MEAN stack can offer a lot to a flexible web development organization. The team here at Back& wanted to try and help sort out the pros and cons of each stack. So below I’ll detail the MEAN stack, how it compares to the LAMP stack, and offer a few tips for optimizing your choices.

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