Accessing Non-relational Databases in Go
This course will teach you how to use the Go language to access non-relational databases and perform various CRUD operations.
What you'll learn
Databases are an integral component of the data-driven application. The Go language makes it easy to access any non-relational database with its drivers. In this course, Accessing Non-relational Databases in Go, you will learn to use the Go language to interact with non-relational databases. First, you will explore how to connect the Go language with a non-relational database via its driver. Next, you will explore the four most important database operations - Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete (CRUD). When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed of the Go language to access non-relational databases.
Table of contents
- Introduction to CRUD 3m
- Scenario Setup 1m
- Demo: Create a Record 7m
- Checkpoint 02 - CRUD Operation - Create 0m
- Demo: Retrieve a Record 6m
- Checkpoint 03 - CRUD Operation - Retrieve 0m
- Demo: Update a Record 5m
- Checkpoint 04 - CRUD Operation - Update 0m
- Demo: Delete a Record 4m
- Checkpoint 05 - CRUD Operation - Delete 0m
- Summary 2m