The most challenging task to do in a business start-up is to choose the perfect technology based on business needs. In the course of back-end app development, any mistake while choosing the right database may cost you a heavy deal. The apps require a secure database to support the strength of its cloud storage.
The right choice of a database can be made after analyzing its technical usage and the one that fits the product. For this purpose, we will carry out a technical comparison between Firebase and MongoDB to conclude which one wins the battle for the best database.
It is a real-time engine that provides background connectivity. It acts as an ecosystem for web and mobile app development purposes. It meets all the needs of cross-platform applications and also provides back-end mobile app development services. Every change made in the database is stored in Cloud Firestore.
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MongoDB is managed by MongoDB Inc. NoSQL is a non-relational database and MongoDB is such an open-source database that provides flexibility to handle the indexing and queries accordingly. It powers a number of different categories for applications and is popular and widely-accepted for the same. The prime importance of MongoDB is on the data storage factor and thus, it lacks a complete ecosystem as offered by Firebase. It offers so efficient features that capture the developer’s mind to make their excellent use.
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The New York Times, Alibaba, Shazam, Lyft, Venmo are the top names that use Firebase. eBay, eHarmony, SEGA, Adobe, Verizon, EA Games are some of those top companies that use MongoDB.
Different problems require different solutions. The choice of the database depends on its pros and cons, and the requirement of the problem. Hiring dedicated developers may help to weave the best app or web development. Apart from choosing the right database, a team of skilled developers is a must to set-up the structure of the back-end database and build a successful application.
WRITTEN BY: Parth Patel
Parth Patel is a Microsoft Certified Solution Associate (MCSA) and DotNet Team Lead at CMARIX, a leading Asp.net mvc development company. With 10+ years of…
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