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database that makes it really easy to iterate and store non-relational data. No more crazy SQL queries and ALTER tables to add extra data!
Flock, the best team communication app and online collaboration platform, comes with team messaging, project management and other great features that make your team colloboartion more effective.Flock Integrations
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Triggers when a new push notification is created
Triggers when a new service is created
Triggers when a new user is created
Confirm a pending user
Create a service
Creates a Trigger
Creates a User
Delete a pus notification
Delete a trigger
Delete a User
Disable a User
Enable a User
Update a trigger
MongoDB is a cross-platform, open source, distributed document database. It is developed by MongoDB Inc. which was founded in October 2007. According to its official website, MongoDB is written in C++ and provides high availability, automatic failover, replication and load balancing.
MongoDB was designed with performance in mind, but it does not require the developer to know all the details of the design. Developers can focus on writing applications instead of spending precious time on low-level database management tasks. Mongo also provides a large amount of drivers for all major platforms and frameworks. With the help of various drivers developers can use MongoDB with their favorite languages and frameworks.
MongoDB supports very little SQL. As a result, it is more difficult to use than relational databases, which are often used in traditional software development projects. MongoDB is not suitable for all kinds of projects. Projects that require a high level of relational data modeling should not be based on MongoDB. On the other hand, projects that require a lot of flexibility in terms of data storage and access may benefit from using MongoDB because it stores data as BSON (Binary JSON.
Flock is an open source social networking web application written in PHP (PHP. Hypertext Preprocessor. which can be installed on any hosting provider. It was released on December 27, 2014 by Flock Technpogies, Inc. The application's features include user profiles, groups, instant messaging, photo and video sharing. Flock has a directory of third-party plugins that add extra functionality to the application such as quizzes or ppls. Some of these plugins are free while others are paid. To install third-party plugins, users need to have an account at Flock Store and create an account at any of the third-party plugin provider's websites.
The integration of MongoDB Realm and Flock allows developers to store images associated with users' accounts on a central database instead of uploading them to several servers. This makes the process faster and easier for developers because they do not need to upload or update images when users change their account information. The integration also reduces the need for storing images on several servers because if one server crashes, images will not be lost and will be uploaded to another server on which Flock is running. Images stored in a central database are also protected from a hacker attack or any kind of malware that can delete local files on individual servers. Additionally, developers do not need to manage several servers which can cause problems, such as conflicts between physical locations or time differences between servers.
The integration of MongoDB Realm and Flock brings many benefits to developers and users of both applications. First of all, the integration allows developers to store user images on a central database instead of uploading them to several servers which reduces the need for managing several servers and making changes to them. Secondly, storing images on a central database allows developers to protect them from hackers or any kind of malware that can delete local files on individual servers. Thirdly, image storage on a central database allows users to check their images anytime from anywhere as long as there is an Internet connection available. In addition, if one server crashes, images will not be lost and will be uploaded to another server on which Flock is running. Fourthly, developers do not need to make changes to several servers which can cause problems like conflicts between physical locations or time differences between servers and thus saves time and money for developers and users. Finally, the integration allows users to make accounts at Flock Store so that they can purchase third-party plugins which add extra functionality to the application.
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