Previous posts on the NoSql and Raven Series NoSql and a life without Schema NoSql and a life without schema continued Rename a property in RavenDb First Touch of RavenDb HTTP API Other posts by Mauro on RavenDb Subject. RavenDb: Start your engines RavenDb: First Contact RavenDB: Storing Data In third post of the series, [...]

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First touch of RavenDb HTTP API
on February 13th, 2012
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Previous posts on the NoSql and Raven Series NoSql and a life without Schema NoSql and a life without schema continued Rename a property in RavenDb Other posts by Mauro on RavenDb Subject. RavenDb: Start your engines RavenDb: First Contact RavenDb is not accessible only from .NET Code, but it fully support an API based [...]

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Rename a property in RavenDb
on February 8th, 2012
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Previous posts on the NoSql and Raven Series NoSql and a life without Schema NoSql and a life without schema continued Other posts by Mauro on RavenDb Subject. RavenDb: Start your engines RavenDb: First Contact In previous articles I showed how simple is to store objects inside a NO SQL database because the data storage [...]

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In the first part I showed how simple is to store object inside a NoSql database like RavenDb, today I want to point out how cool is having no schema when it is time to add properties to your documents. Suppose that your Player entity changed and you add a new property called Description and [...]

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NoSql and a life without Schema
on February 4th, 2012
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NoSql is not a replacemente for SQL databases, but it is a valid alternative for a lot of situations where standard SQL is not the best approach to store your data. Since we were taught that whenever you need to store data on a “data store” and you need to query that data for retrieval, [...]

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