Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone (June 13 to June 19). Here they are, in order of popularity:
This tutorial from Sahat Yalkabov covers the creation of a TV Show Tracker - more specifically, a REST API, authentication and signup process, data creation and retrieval, front-end work, and optimization - using MongoDB & Mongoose, Node.js & Express, Passport, AngularJS, and Bootstrap SASS.
So recently, I had a requirement to store unstructured JSON data that was coming back from a web service.
From Doug Henschen comes a list of the top 16 NoSQL and NewSQL databases, each complete with a profile including description, notable customers, company type, and comments on some notable aspects of the offering.
By default, Mule uses in-memory object-stores behind the scenes. Things get more interesting, however, when your Mule application is distributed across multiple Mule nodes. In this blog post, the author shows a simple example of how to synchronize object-stores across multiple applications using MongoDB.
If you're a SQL developer looking to reap some of the benefits of NoSQL solutions, or a NoSQL developer interested in some of the more mature features of an RDBMS, you might be interested in this talk from Andrew Geweke on how combine the strengths of NoSQL and RDBMS within a single database.