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Mongoose v3 :: The Future is Bright

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  • tohagan tohagan While I can see that space delimited fields in a query is nice an concise, I think it will limit your future features. e.g. How will you support functions in query in the future? What about nested subqueries? From where I'm standing (as a Mongoose newbie but an experienced SQL dev) stuffing all the field names inside a single text string appear to points to rather limited expressability in the future. 1 year ago
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  • JustinSchier Justin Schier, Owner/Web Developer at Sonik Newmedia Super excited about this!

    Honestly, my biggest frustration with Mongoose has always been that the documentation was about as sparse as you could possibly get. When you're writing up documentation for the new version, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE try and think of various applications and cases for each part of the documentation, not just one canonical example like exists now.

    For example, even in your slide talking about new ways of sorting, you only showed the example for ascending, not descending - which I'm sure would take some kind of modifier. This is an obvious one, but I would just encourage the Mongoose people to put a little more effort into showing multiple examples - they never hurt, only help.

    Thanks so much for working on this wonderful software that I use every day!
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  • erickrdch Erick Ruiz de Chavez, On Site Coordinator at Softtek Like it :) 1 year ago
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