In the final post of this series, we will integrate Azure Search into our DocumentDB collection and allow users to search our Jeopardy Questions in our app.
“I Like Big Data for $400” – Implementing a Jeopardy! Question Explorer using DocumentDB, AzureSearch, Angular and Electron – Part 2
In part two of our series, we will use Angular and Electron to connect to an Azure DocumentDB repository through a .Net Core API.
“I like big data for $400” – Implementing a Jeopardy! Question Explorer using DocumentDB, Azure Search, AngularJS and Electron – Part 1
The concept of NoSQL or schema-less databases refers to systems that store data in a schemaless fashion using some form of document notation such as JSON. Examples of NoSQL databases include: MongoDB, CouchDB, RavenDB and, as we will discuss in this post, Azure DocumentDB.
In this series, we will be creating an application that allows users to quickly browse and search a repository of over 200,000 jeopardy questions. We will use Azure DocumentDB as a data repository, Azure Search to implement full text search functionality and will use AngularJS and Electron to create a desktop client that users can use to browse these questions.
In our last post, we discussed how to create four files that, when chained together with the appropriate commands, would build out the framework for your web app. Now we will show you how to tweak this process to create large application friendly project organization, as well as adding build processes into the mix. But first, lets go over some changes we made since the first blog entry.
This Saturday, March 18, 2017, SQL experts from throughout the United States will be arriving in Birmingham, AL to speak at SQL Saturday #593. SQL Saturday is a free program supported by the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) and the Birmingham event is hosted by Steel City SQL, a SQL Users group located in Birmingham, AL. SQL Saturdays offer free training and community opportunities to professional developers, DBAs and SQL Server professionals. According to the SQL Saturday #593 website, this will be the sixth SQL Saturday offered in Birmingham, AL.
Software estimation is difficult. Programmers tend to be short-term pessimists and long-term optimists; this skews estimates in many directions. Product owners often struggle to describe