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MongoDB Stitch Tutorials

The tutorials in this section walk through creating real applications with MongoDB Stitch. Follow along to get practical experience working with Stitch, or use one of the completed applications as a starting point to build your own app.

Tutorials

Tutorial Description
Build the Blog Backend Build a Stitch backend application that integrates Atlas and Anonymous Authentication for the blog.
Build a Web-based To-do Client Build a web-based (JavaScript) to-do client.
Tutorial Description
Build the To-do Backend Build a Stitch backend application that integrates Atlas and Anonymous Authentication to maintain users’ to-do lists.
Build a To-do Client Build a Web, Android, or iOS client with anonymous access.
Add Google Authentication In this tutorial, you’ll add Google authentication (OAuth) to your Stitch backend and your To-do client. You do not need to complete the previous steps to start here.
Add Facebook Authentication In this tutorial, you’ll add Facebook authentication (OAuth) to your Stitch backend and your To-do client. You do not need to complete the previous steps to start here.
Feature: Add Collection-Level Watch In this tutorial, you’ll add collection-level Watch, which notifies your app when a change is made to the items collection. You do not need to complete the previous steps to start here.

Other Sample Applications

In addition to these tutorials, you can find sample apps that use various Stitch features in the Stitch Sample Apps repository. These apps are not officially maintained by the Stitch docs team and are not thoroughly documented.