Using MongoDB instead of MySQL in a LAMP app?
Hello! I want to know if MongoDB can be used instead of MySQL for managing user information and user data in a Web App we're developing. Currently we have databases created using phpMyAdmin, but we're looking forward to have these databases moved to MongoDB. Can this be possible and how can we create a new admin user for MongoDB?
This was solved by adding "mongodb" addon to the CloudronManifest.json file, then building and installing the LAMP app in a new location.
For the next release, we have the idea of implementing "stack" containers like nodejs, php, rails which are not tied to any database. So, one can install those apps and then just 'git push' into those apps. The db and caching choices will be part of their configuration UI. This will be implemented as part of https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/box/issues/652
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@girish This is amazing. oO