NosDB provides the REST API with most features of the regular .NET API. This allows you to access the database from any programming languages including Node.js, Python, PHP etc. The article provides an introduction on how to get started with NosDB and REST API.
Simlar to the .NET API, NosDB provides fully featured Java API. It allows you to access the database (similar to traditional databses) with a connection string and perform all kinds of database operations. The Java API is as feature rich as the .NET API and supports querying JSON Documents through powerfull SQL.
NosDB offers vast capabilities for server-side code handling, this article presents a brief tutorial to help understand key server side features of NosDB. Since it is .NET based, the server side API runs in process to the database which boosts performance considerably. Because you can write and deploy code directly on your database servers, you also get full control of server side activity as well.
To develop a robust application with a scalable database tier it is essential that you understand the .NET API that NosDB provides. The NosDB client API helps its users to connect to a database (similar to a traditional database) and then perform all kinds of database operations.
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