Benefits of the MEAN Stack
MEAN STACK TRAINING
- Farsana P
- 17 September 2019
There are some great reasons why many view the MEAN Stack as having the upper hand over the LAMP Stack:
Relational databases like MySQL have been around for three decades and they surely have their place. It is just a matter of the application's objectives. MongoDB may be better in some cases and MySQL others. But fortunately this doesn't affect the MEAN acronym. The "M" in "MEAN" can stand for Mongo or MySQL. Critics of the MEAN stack sometimes point out that MongoDB may work well for small to mid-sized applications, but less so for large-scale applications that must service hundreds of millions of users.