JSFoo Pune 2020

JSFoo Pune 2020

On component architecture, performance, security for front-end, and emerging trends



Kritika Agarwal


Building data-driven applications with the MySQL X DevAPI and Connector/Node.js

Submitted Feb 11, 2020

This workshop will briefly cover newly introduced Mysql Document Store architecture which allows developers to work with SQL relational tables and schema-less JSON collections. We will then dive into Connector/Node.js, official Node.js driver provided by MySQL, ways to use it in an application and a couple of features introduced in Mysql 8.0 releases for Connector/Node.js.


MySQL 8.0 Document Store

  • What is a document
  • Document Store Architecture
    Connector/Node.j introduction
  • Boilerplate for session and schema
  • CRUD Operations
    Newly introduced features
  1. Connection Pooling
  • What is connection pooling
  • Syntax
  1. Prepared Statements
  • What is a prepared statement
  • Stages for preparing
  • Syntax
  1. Multi-valued index
  • What is multi-valued index
  • Syntax

Speaker bio

I work in MySQL team at Oracle and I have been working on Connector/Node.js end-to-end testing for about 1.5 years now.




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