Combined (Front-end and Back-end) application is no more nowadays. The way of doing front-end and backend in same application with same stack is old now. The problem with this model is that it tightly couples front-end and back-end development
In react-native when we use any external library where `play-services` are required like `react-native-maps` for google map there is an android project into this library where play-services v8.x.x included into gradle and in your project you are using play-services v9.x.x for another reason
Database logic should be encapsulated within the data model. Mongoose provides 2 ways of doing this, methods and statics. Methods adds an instance method to documents whereas Statics adds static class methods to the Models itself
There is three general ways of integrating C++ code with a Node.js application - although there are lots of variations within each category like: Automation, Shared Library and Addon. Each of them has advantage and disadvantage as well
MongoDB’s geospatial indexing allows you to efficiently execute spatial queries on a collection that contains geospatial shapes and points. This tutorial will briefly introduce the concepts of geospatial indexes, and then demonstrate their use with $geoWithin, $geoIntersects, and geoNear.
Those days are gone when people didn't expect information for momentary access to data. Nowadays expectation everywhere is real-time action and result. Something is happened? not 1 day ago, not even 1 min ago but `just now`. Being notified constantly on any change of data points a bit critical from many application nowadays. So the upcoming `MongoDB3.6` introduces a new `$changeStream` aggregation pipeline operator.