Hello Techs, For usage of application development with NoSQL, this blog shares the features of CosmosDB Emulator. If you are not aware about the technical aspect of the emulator, you can review the previous blog CosmosDB Emulator as it has all the answers related to What is CosmosDB Emulator and its Installation.
These features will help you elevate your performance and efficiency in a more practical way. So without further ado let’s jump right into it.
Creation Of Database & Container
Database name Should not contain Spaces and Special Characters and Limit of characters is up to 255 characters.
Select Explorer from left navigation on Azure CosmosDB Emulator and select New Container.
Select New Container for adding data.
After creating New Container it will show the added container in Azure Explorer.
Pros of CosmosDB
- It conveniently provides Queries related to transactions which helps the user to keep the record of all the technical errors.
- The service supports Multiple API’s with high preferences so there won’t be any HTTP errors that may disrupt user experience.
- Data passing using JSON Model makes it much easier to read data rapidly in its expanded form.
- Indexing is Used for better reliability and performances leading to reduced latency.
In this blog we have seen how to work with CosmosDB Emulator, its features and pros with different types of properties. The service is scalable and reliable to make your data related work quite convenient, rest assured the service can be built using various platforms so there won’t be any issues with the compatibility. I hope it’s helpful to you and pretty clear by reading this blog.