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INTRODUCTION TO ALGORITHMS
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PHP AND MONGODB WEB DEVELOPMENT BEGINNER’S GUIDE COMBINE THE POWER OF PHP AND MONGODB TO BUILD DYNAMIC WEB 2.0 APPLICATIONS
What you will learn from this book get mongodb up and running on the machine (windows/mac/linux) build a php-powered website with mongodb as the data storage handle http sessions with mongodb store website analytics data in real time process large datasets with mapreduce use mongodb to supplement your existing relational database– build data archives, cache tiers, store results of expensive sql queries in mongodb build location-aware web applications optimize mongodb for better performance and security in detail with the rise of web 2.0, the need for a highly scalable database, capable of storing diverse user-generated content is increasing. mongodb, an open-source, non-relational database has stepped up to meet this demand and is being used in some of the most popular websites in the world. mongodb is one of the nosql databases which is gaining popularity for developing php web 2.0 applications. php and mongodb web development beginner’s guide is a fast-paced, hands-on guide to get started with web application development using php and mongodb. the book follows a “code first, explain later” approach, using practical examples in php to demonstrate unique features of mongodb. it does not overwhelm you with information (or starve you of it), but gives you enough to get a solid practical grasp on the concepts. the book starts by introducing the underlying concepts of mongodb. each chapter contains practical examples in php that teache specific features of the database. the book teaches you to build a blogging application, handle user sessions and authentication, and perform aggregation with mapreduce. you will learn unique mongodb features and solve interesting problems like real-time analytics, location-aware web apps etc. you will be guided to use mongodb alongside mysql to build a diverse data back-end. with its concise coverage of concepts and numerous practical examples, php and mongodb web development beginner’s guide is the right choice for the php developer to get started with learning mongodb. approach the book follows a “code first, explain later” approach, using practical examples in php to demonstrate unique features of mongodb. this book is packed with step-by-step instructions and practical examples, along with challenges to test and improve your knowledge. who this book is for this book assumes that you are experienced in web application development using php, html, and css. having working knowledge of using a relational database system such as mysql will help you grasp some of the concepts quicker, but it is not strictly mandatory. no prior knowledge of mongodb is required. about the author rubayeet islam is a software developer with over four years of experience in large-scale web application development on open-source technology stacks (lamp, python/django, ruby on rails). he is currently involved in developing cloud-based distributed software that uses mongodb as its analytics and metadata back-end. he has also spoken in seminars to promote the use of mongodb and nosql databases in general. he graduated from university of dhaka with bs in computer science and engineering. preface chapter 1: getting started with mongodb the nosql movement types of nosql databases mongodb – a document-based nosql database why mongodb? who is using mongodb? mongodb concepts—databases, collections, and documents anatomy of document bson—the data exchange format for mongodb similarity with relational databases downloading, installing, and running mongodb system requirements time for action – downloading and running mongodb on windows installing the 64-bit version time for action – downloading and running mongodb on linux installing mongodb on os x configuring mongodb command-line parameters file-based configuration stopping mongodb hitting control + c from the mongo shell sending int or term signal in unix creating databases, collections, and documents time for action – creating databases, collections, and documents installing the php driver for mongodb time for action – installing php driver for mongodb on windows installing the php-mongodb driver on unix connecting to the mongodb server from php creating a php-mongo connection time for action – creating a connection to the mongodb server from php configuring the php-mongodb connection specifying timeout for the connection attempt summary chapter 2: building your first mongodb powered web app a mongodb powered blog have the mongodb server running inserting documents in mongodb time for action – building the blog post creator creating databases and collections implicitly performing 'safe' inserts benefits of safe inserts specifying a timeout on insert setting the user generated _id the mongodate object querying documents in a collection time for action – retrieving articles from a database the mongo query language the mongocursor object conditional queries doing advanced queries in mongodb time for action – building the blog dashboard returning a subset of fields sorting the query results using count, skip, and limit performing range queries on dates updating documents in mongodb time for action – building the blog editor optional arguments to the update method performing 'upsert' using update versus using save using modifier operations setting with $set incrementing with $inc deleting fields with $unset renaming fields with $rename deleting documents in mongodb time for action – deleting blog posts optional arguments to remove managing relationships between documents embedded documents referenced documents time for action – posting comments to blog posts embedded versus referenced – which one to use? querying embedded objects summary chapter 3: building a session manager understanding http sessions understanding php native session handling time for action – testing native php session handling limitations of native php session handling implementing session handling with mongodb extending session handling with session_set_save_handler the sessionmanager class time for action – building the sessionmanager class how the sessionmanager works the constructor the open and close methods the read method the write method the destroy method the gc method putting the sessionmanager in action time for action – putting sessionmanager into action building the user authentication module time for action – building the user class creating the login, logout, and user profile page time for action – creating the login, logout, and profile page using good session practices setting low expiry times of session cookies using session timeouts setting proper domains for session cookies checking for browser consistency summary chapter 4: aggregation queries generating sample data time for action – generating sample data understanding mapreduce visualizing mapreduce performing mapreduce in mongodb time for action – counting the number of articles for each author defining the map function defining the reduce function applying the map and reduce viewing the results performing mapreduce on a subset of the collection concurrency performing mongodb mapreduce within php time for action – creating a tag cloud performing aggregation using group() time for action – calculating the average rating per author grouping by custom keys mapreduce versus group() listing distinct values for a field time for action – listing distinct categories of articles using distinct() in mongo shell counting documents with count() summary chapter 5: web analytics using mongodb why mongodb is a good choice as a web analytics backend logging with mongodb time for action – logging page visits with mongodb capped collections sorting in natural order updating and deleting documents in a capped collection specifying the size of a regular collection convert a regular collection to a capped one extracting analytics data with mapreduce time for action – finding total views and average response time per blog post the map, reduce, and finalize functions displaying the result running mapreduce in real time versus running it in the background real-time analytics using mongodb time for action – building a real-time page visit counter summary chapter 6: using mongodb with relational databases the motivation behind using mongodb and an rdbms together potential use cases defining the relational model time for action – creating the database in mysql caching aggregation results in mongodb time for action – storing the daily sales history of products in mongodb benefits of caching queries in mongodb storing results of expensive joins using mongodb for data archiving time for action – archiving old sales records in mongodb challenges in archiving and migration dealing with foreign key constraints preserving data types storing metadata in mongodb time for action – using mongodb to store customer metadata problems with using mongodb and rdbms together summary chapter 7: handling large files with gridfs what is gridfs? the rationale of gridfs the specification advantages over the filesystem storing files in gridfs time for action – uploading images to gridfs looking under the hood serving files from gridfs time for action – serving images from gridfs updating metdata of a file deleting files reading files in chunks time for action – reading images in chunks when should you not use gridfs summary chapter 8: building location-aware web applications with mongodb and php a geolocation primer methods to determine location detecting the location of a web page visitor the w3c geolocation api browsers that support geolocation time for action – detecting location with w3c api the geolocation object the getcurrentposition() method drawing the map using the google maps api geospatial indexing time for action – creating geospatial indexes geospatial indexing – important things to know performing location queries time for action – finding restaurants near your location the geonear() command bounded queries geospatial haystack indexing time for action – finding nearby restaurants that serve burgers summary chapter 9: improving security and performance enhancing query performance using indexes time for action – creating an index on a mongodb collection the _id index unique indexes compound keys indexes indexing embedded document fields indexing array fields deleting indexes when indexing cannot be used indexing guidelines choose the keys wisely keep an eye on the index size avoid using low-selectivity single key indexes be aware of indexing costs on a live database, run indexing in the background optimizing queries explaining queries using explain() optimization rules using hint() profiling queries understanding the output optimization rules securing mongodb time for action – adding user authentication in mongodb creating an admin user creating regular user viewing, changing, and deleting user accounts user authentication through php driver filtering user input running mongodb server in a secure environment ensuring data durability journaling performance using fsync replication summary chapter 10: easy mongodb administration with rockmongo and phpmoadmin administering mongodb with rockmongo time for action – installing rockmongo on your computer exploring data with rockmongo querying updating, deleting, and creating documents importing and exporting data viewing stats miscellaneous using phpmoadmin to administer mongodb time for action – installing phpmoadmin on your computer viewing databases and collections querying documents saving and deleting objects importing and exporting data viewing stats other features rockmongo versus phpmoadmin the verdict summary pop quiz answers chapter 1, getting started with mongodb chapter 2, building your first mongodb powered web app chapter 3, building a session manager chapter 4, aggregation queries chapter 5, web analytics using mongodb chapter 7, handling large files with gridfs chapter 8, building location-aware web applications with mongodb and php chapter 9, improving security and performance index.

Author : Rubayeet islam
Publication : Packt publication
Isbn : 9789351105572
Store book number : 105
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