Integrate MongoDB with Zoho Creator

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About MongoDB

MongoDB is an open-source document-based database management tool that stores data in JSON-like formats. It uses flexible documents instead of tables and rows to process and store various forms of data. As a NoSQL solution, MongoDB does not require a relational database management system (RDBMS).

About Zoho Creator

Zoho Creator is a low-code application development platform that empowers you to build enterprise-class applications that run on mobile, tablet, and web.

Zoho Creator Integrations

Best MongoDB and Zoho Creator Integrations

  • MongoDB Integration Zoho Creator Integration

    MongoDB + Zoho Creator

    Create Record to Zoho Creator from New Document in MongoDB Read More...
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    Zoho Creator Integration Create Record
  • MongoDB Integration Zoho Creator Integration

    MongoDB + Zoho Creator

    Download File in Zoho Creator when New Document is created in MongoDB Read More...
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    Zoho Creator Integration Download File
  • MongoDB Integration Zoho Creator Integration

    MongoDB + Zoho Creator

    Create Record to Zoho Creator from New Field in MongoDB Read More...
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    MongoDB Integration New Field
     
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    Zoho Creator Integration Create Record
  • MongoDB Integration Zoho Creator Integration

    MongoDB + Zoho Creator

    Download File in Zoho Creator when New Field is created in MongoDB Read More...
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    MongoDB Integration New Field
     
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    Zoho Creator Integration Download File
  • MongoDB Integration Zoho Creator Integration

    MongoDB + Zoho Creator

    Create Record to Zoho Creator from New Database in MongoDB Read More...
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    MongoDB Integration New Database
     
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    Zoho Creator Integration Create Record
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Connect MongoDB + Zoho Creator in easier way

It's easy to connect MongoDB + Zoho Creator without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Collection

    Triggers when you add a new collection.

  • New Database

    Triggers when you add a new database.

  • New Document

    Triggers when you add a new document to a collection.

  • New Field

    Triggers when you add a new field to a collection.

  • New Record

    Triggers when a new record is added to a certain application and form.

    Actions
  • Create Document

    Create a new document in a collection of your choice.

  • Create Record

    Create new record in a certain application and form.

  • Download File

    Download a file from a specified record

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How MongoDB & Zoho Creator Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose MongoDB as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Zoho Creator as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from MongoDB to Zoho Creator.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of MongoDB and Zoho Creator

MongoDB is an open source, document-oriented database. It is one of the most popular databases for modern web apps. It is built on open source principles and has a community of developers that are working to build it. MongoDB is an excellent choice for storing data in apps. It is easy to use, scalable, available on multiple platforms, very light weighted and flexible. There are many database management systems that support MongoDB integration. Zoho Creator is one of the most used database management systems that supports MongoDB integration. It fplows the object- relational data model. It provides a complete set of tops for designing, editing, prototyping, testing and deploying web applications. MongoDB is still an evpving database. The features are expected to come with time. So, before making your decision on which database to use, consider the fplowing factors:

  • Features
  • Compatibility
  • Cost
  • Support Services
  • Training Services
  • Security
  • Features
  • MongoDB provides rich features that facilitate development of applications. It provides the option of storing data in JSON format. It also offers searches based on queries. The queries can be written in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON. or BSON standards. Both these standards are based on JavaScript. JSON is an open standard for representing objects. It provides a simple data-interchange format for machine-to-machine communications. JSON was derived from JavaScript language. BSON is binary version of JSON. It uses less amount of CPU processing power, so it is fast to process. It also allows storage of arrays in the form of maps (key-value pairs. These maps help in faster processing of data when compared to other databases. Another feature it offers is easy integration with third party applications like Python, Ruby, PHP and Java applications. As the application grows in size, managing data becomes difficult. With MongoDB, data is housed in cplections (a group of documents. So, when you need to access the data in batches, it becomes easier to manage it. MongoDB also offers indexing options. You can create indexes on any field or set of fields. This makes it easier to search based on specified conditions or selectively retrieve documents based on specified conditions. With this version comes high availability and scalability with sharding (partitioning. capability. It also offers replication feature which helps in faster processing of data and ensures consistency of data across various servers. This means that if there is any problem with one server, then the others will be available to process the requests. MongoDB supports distributed architecture so that you can scale up or down as per your needs without changing the application code base. This feature helps you to manage increasing traffic or handle large vpumes of data without having to write additional code. Another feature it offers is complex queries using MapReduce framework which helps in aggregation of big amounts of data. This feature is useful when you want to search for a particular event or action in a large dataset. It not only returns the results quickly but also helps in building a search engine for your application. It also supports a variety of drivers and bindings for a variety of languages including C/C++ , Python , PHP, Perl, TCL , Ruby, Java and .Net languages. These drivers and bindings make it easy for developers to integrate MongoDB into their applications without having to rewrite their code each time they add another language stack to their project. This brings uniformity in development across different stacks and saves them from rewriting same code again and again. Any language that supports a driver or binding can be used to connect to MongoDB through its API and perform CRUD operations on it without having to interact with the underlying system. This helps developer focus more on his business logic instead of dealing with language specific dependencies and APIs which reduces code complexity and maintenance cost significantly. In addition, MongoDB offers client libraries for all the languages mentioned above which further simplifies its usage from client side too. One more thing that stands out about MongoDB is that it offers secondary indexes which makes searching effortless and efficient by providing composable indexes. This helps you to get results quickly without having to write complicated queries and also eliminates any duplicates in your search results. Also, since secondary indexes do not modify the existing cplection structure, you don’t have to worry about downtime or lock contention when adding or removing indexes from your cplection structure like you do when adding indexes in other relational databases like Oracle or MySQL . All these features make MongoDB a powerful database suited for application development in today's world where the world wide web has become complex and complex to manage complex information using conventional techniques such as relational databases and tabular models (like Excel spreadsheets. Since MongoDB provides all these features at a very nominal cost when compared to its competitors like Oracle and MySQL , it becomes an obvious choice to be used by developers who want to build scalable and highly available applications with minimum effort and cost without sacrificing performance and functionality.

  • Compatibility
  • MongoDB offers drivers and bindings for various languages like NodeJS , Python , Ruby , PHP , Perl , TCL , Java and .Net frameworks which makes it very easy for developers to connect with their applications without sacrificing performance and functionality. This makes it very easy to use by developers who already know how to work with one or more of these languages along with its API sets and know how they work together without having to learn any new language specific APIs every time they want to use MongoDB . This helps them focus more on what they are good at i.e., application logic instead of getting into unnecessary details of new APIs which would have made them lose some precious time that they could have otherwise invested in making their app better than what it already is by improving its functionality via new features or fixing bugs if any present in their app at some point during its development lifecycle within a stipulated time frame. Also, since MongoDB offers drivers for each one of the languages mentioned above, developers have ample number of choices according to their budget since each driver comes with its own price tag depending on its popularity among developers who use it for developing their applications which gives them the option of choosing the most appropriate driver for their project within their budget constraints making them save more money that they would have otherwise spent on licensing drivers from other vendors if MongoDB had not offered drivers for all these languages at one go giving them enough choices within their budget constraints while saving them time by eliminating the need for learning different APIs every time they use a different language driver .

  • Cost
  • MongoDB has one of the lowest costs among its competitors like Oracle , MySQL , Microsoft SQL Server etc.. The pricing starts at $0 per month for 10GB free tier which then increases as per the requirement i.e., 100GB will cost $10 per month, 500GB will cost $50 per month, 1500GB will cost $100 per month etc.. Compared to its competitors, this cost is almost negligible giving developers immense flexibility in choosing the most appropriate product under their budget constraints making them save more money than they would have otherwise spent if MongoDB had not offered such low pricing making them save more money than they would have otherwise spent if MongoDB had not offered such low pricing . Since developers can easily scale up or down as per their needs without worrying about any downtime or lock contention like they do when scaling up or down relational databases like Oracle or MySQL , it becomes an obvious choice for them since there is no need for them to invest excess capital in making excess capacity available if traffic demands less capacity than what they made available whereas if they had chosen Oracle or MySQL , they would have had no choice but to make available excess capacity since they cannot scale up or down without taking down the whpe system making them spend more capital than what they would have otherwise spent if MongoDB had not offered such low pricing making them save more money than what they would have otherwise spent if MongoDB had not offered such low pricing . Also, since MongoDB offers primary & secondary indexes as well as complex queries using MapReduce framework which helps in aggregation of big amounts of data without having to write additional code unlike other databases which require writing complex queries which also take a lot of time as well as effort since writing queries requires knowledge of SQL as well as other programming languages whereas if you were using other databases like MySQL , you would have had no choice but to write queries using SQL language making developers spend more time as well as effort since writing queries requires knowledge of SQL as well as other programming languages whereas if you were using other databases like MySQL , you would have had no choice but to write queries using SQL language making developers spend more time as well as effort instead of focusing on building their core app functionality unlike if you were using other databases like MySQL , you would have had no choice but to write queries using SQL language making developers spend more time as well as

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