Re: [javascript-17] Leveraging the JavaScript Meetup Mailing List

From: Loren N.
Sent on: Monday, November 16, 2009 2:46 PM
Check out MongoDB, one of these new-fangled schemaless databases that
deals with "documents" instead of rows. A document is basically a JSON
object, and you can easily do complex queries that deal with nested
collections.

MongoHQ is a hosted solution (minimal setup, just start using it):
http://mongohq.co...­

CouchDB is also similar, but I think that Mongo is more mature and
easier to use (with Couch you have to write these weird map/reduce
functions for all your queries, Mongo doesn't care.)

On Sun, Nov 15, 2009 at 11:45 PM, Jaye Speaks <[address removed]> wrote:
> All great topics.? I am adding these and the others to the list of
> presentation topics.? I will be in contact with each of you who have
> proposed topics for a future meetup.
>
> On another topic can anyone suggest a server side storage system for JSON
> centric data?? I am looking for something that would allow me to easily
> write, read, lookup JSON centric data similar to the Amazon SimpleDB
> product.
>
> Jaye Speaks
>
> ____________________­____________
> From: Toby <[address removed]>
> To: [address removed]
> Sent: Sun, November 15,[masked]:11:07 PM
> Subject: Re: [javascript-17] Leveraging the JavaScript Meetup Mailing List
>
> Hello all,
>
> I do a lot of work/play with Javascript/Prototype­/jQuery.
>
>> 1. How many of you leverage StackOverflow.com for asking JavaScript
>> questions? Comments?
> I use stackoverflow for javascript questions sometimes. It's where I
> go when I am out of luck on Google and couldn't figure it out on my
> own.
>
>> 2. How many of you listen to the JQuery podcast? Comments?
> Didn't know about it. Thanks for introducing it to me and I'll take a
> listen to the first episode.
>
>> 3. How many of you have looked into the Google Closure Compiler? Comments?
> Nope.
>
> I've been recently been playing around with the idea of web
> development with a Javascript-only stack because I figured since I am
> already doing lots of it on the browser, and already using it with
> couchdb as the datastore, why not use it on the server-side as well?
> I've been playing around with jack/narwhal so far in a prototype. I
> could certainly talk about different aspects of that.
>
> Toby
>
>
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