My answer would be: don't. If you need relationships, go for a relational database. IMHO NoSQL databases are for totally different purpose: they're for data, where you don't care about the structure, like logs, analytics data etc. In case you need a structure, NoSQL database is a bad idea because the database doesn't give you any certainty about how the data is structured.
Thanks for your reply.I know about this, but i just only wanted to show that possible create relationships with NoSQL,even though it's not the best solution for building relationships. 🤘 🤘 🤘
Sure thing! I don't say your article is bad, it helps a lot! Just wanted to point out my concerns 😄
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