Website Development

21
Aug

How to Create Equal Height Columns in Web Layout Using Flexbox?

While creating multi-column websites, the classic CSS issue arises, i.e., columns with irregular height. You have great content no doubt, but all your efforts go for a toss when it ends up looking like this. And untidy mess, where all the columns are of different heights, depending on the content of each. When it should look like this. The height

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3
Aug

Monk Driver for MongoDB – How to Delete Documents?

This is the final part of the series where I’ll show you how to delete documents in the MongoDB database using the Monk Driver. I’ve chosen Monk as it has a simple interface, excellent processing time and does not require a schema structure. In case you have missed out on the previous ones, you can refer how to create documents,

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31
Jul

Monk Driver for MongoDB – How to Update Existing Documents?

I’ve already listed the number of reasons I chose the Monk Driver for accessing MongoDB in the previous blog. In case, you have missed it, refer Monk Driver for MongoDB – How to Create Documents where you will also learn how to create documents. Also check, how to select documents in MongoDB with Monk. In this blog, I’ll talk about how to

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27
Jul

Monk Driver for MongoDB – How to Select Documents?

There are a number of reasons why I’ve chosen the Monk driver over others. Refer the How to Create documents in MongoDB to know more about the benefits of using Monk Driver. Moving forward, in this blog I’ll show you how to select documents in MongoDB using Monk. To connect to MongoDB using Monk, you have to first fire the

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25
Jul

Monk Driver for MongoDB – How to Create/Insert Documents?

There are many ways to access MongoDB, and Mongoose is the most common one. However, Mongoose has one major disadvantage, i.e., predefined schemas. In a world where dynamicity is of crucial importance, the predefined schemas come as a major drawback. Therefore, out of all the existing MongoDB drivers, I believe Monk is extremely efficient. Why? It has a simple interface

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22
May

How To Install Web Push Notifications?

Web Push Notifications have been stealing the spotlight lately. If done right, they can make for an excellent marketing channel. If you are keen to up your marketing game and want to implement web push notifications on your website, we’ve got that sorted for you. However, there were some challenges we faced while installing web push notifications. There were issues

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31
Mar

How to Use Custom Toggle Mega Menu in WordPress without Using Plugin?

Gone are the days where you couldn’t find the Toggle Mega Menu in Bootstrap or the Toggle Mega Menu Plugin for that matter. Now you can finally create a custom Toggle Mega Menu in WordPress without using a plugin. Here’s how you go about it. Using bootstrap I created a mega menu and integrated that same code in WordPress without

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20
Mar

How and why you should Implement AMP on WordPress

AMP has been getting a lot of attention lately. And why not? It just made the world a better place for mobile users by seriously speeding up the page load time. If your page load time is more than 6 seconds, then…   Here’s how AMP helps increase website speed?   It keeps JavaScript ASYNC While loading your web page,

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3
Nov

Migration from Rigid Tables to Flexible and Dynamic BSON Documents

This Article discusses the Influent Topics involved in Converting Relational Tables to MongoDB BSON Documents Dynamic BSON Documents(Document Model) Much of the data we use today has complex structures that can be modeled and represented more efficiently using JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) documents, rather than tables. MongoDB stores JSON documents in a binary representation called BSON (Binary JSON). BSON encoding

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2
Nov

RDBMS to MongoDB Migration Guide

With More and More enterprises moving to MongoDB, this article explain RDBMS to MongoDB Migration steps as recommended by MongoDB Community. Introduction The relational database has been the foundation of enterprise data management for over thirty years. But the way we build and run applications today, coupled with unrelenting growth in new data sources and growing user loads are pushing

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