MongoDB launches Stitch to put the RAD in non-RelAtional Databases

Today at MongoDB World in Chicago, MongoDB announced the launch of Stitch, its new backend-as-a-service (BaaS) tool that lets developers build MongoDB-powered applications, without the need for mountains of boilerplate code. MongoDB Stitch is a single, document-centric API designed to handle routine database tasks. This means things like storing and retrieving data, access control, security, and data privacy. In addition, developers can use it to seamlessly integrate their database with the common online services they use for things like payments, messaging, and user authentication. At launch, MongoDB has assembled a roster that includes Google, Facebook, AWS, Twilio, Slack, MailGun, and PubNub.…

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