MongoDB is a relatively new open-source database platform. Also known as NoSQL, MongoDB uses dynamic schemas to integrate certain application data types more efficiently than other databases. The program is cross-platform and actually powers the back end for many well-known consumer sites, including Craigslist, LinkedIn, Expedia, the New… Read More
In today’s digital world, we all use Wikis frequently – probably even more so than we realize. A wiki is a collaborative application, typically online, where information is sourced, modified and expanded by its audience. Anyone is able to contribute his or her knowledge to a topic. Because there is,… Read More
One of the most popular uses for a VPS is to host websites. In order to begin doing this, a few things have to be installed and configured. This is where the LAMP stack can be useful.
The common development term LAMP stands for Linux (operating system), Apache (server), MySQL… Read More