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MongoDB Stitch

MongoDB Stitch is a backend as a service that provides an HTTP API to MongoDB, integration with other services, and a declarative rules infrastructure which spans database and service actions. MongoDB Stitch can:

➤ Add a Feature to an Existing Application

For existing applications, MongoDB Stitch can facilitate the addition of new features. For example, you can use MongoDB Stitch to:

➤ Control How You Expose Data to Users or Anonymous Users

For existing Atlas clusters, you can easily and safely expose data to new users or application. For example, you can:

  • Give users an easy way to read their own data (See ToDo Web App).
  • Easily build admin pages exposing anonymous stats to admin users.
  • Display a leaderboard.
➤ Integrate with Services

If you are not ready to adopt the full functionality of MongoDB Stitch, you can just use MongoDB Stitch to make integrating with services easier. For example:

  • Accept text messages from Twilio and insert into MongoDB (See Integrate ToDo with Twilio).
  • Create a pipeline for GitHub commits to send to XXX and store in MongoDB
  • Send a message to Slack when specific data changes in your database.
➤ Be the Full Backend for Your Application

Use MongoDB Stitch to be the full backend for your application. For example: