Mobile Geolocation App with Sencha Touch + Node.js + MongoDB in the cloud
Are you interested in learning how to use Node.js with a NoSQL database like MongoDB to create REST services? Would you like to know how to create a mobile app with Google Maps that can perform geospatial queries with ease? Do you want to see how you can deploy all this to a PaaS with the click of a few buttons and a rudimentary understanding of Git? The answers to this and more are part of my three part series where I will cover the details on how you can create a “Pettracker” like application using Node.js, MongoDB, and Sencha Touch hosted in the cloud.
You can check out the details regarding the Sencha Touch portion of the app in my latest blog post here.
Quick link to the working edition of this can be found here.