Posts Tagged: MongoDB

This is the fourth post from bot series. Now I have POJOs, codecs and bot skeleton. We need to figure out how to find recipes by ingredients in a flexible way. I came up with idea that on each request, the bot will return only one recipe. A user could click on the ingredient which he wants to exclude… Read Article →

I’m continuing to tell about Telegram bot. In the previous post I described a process of scrapping, in order to retrieve data. I save my data to MongoDB and during my work I faced with some difficulties. In this post, I’ll write about codecs, which let you encode end decode your BSON data.

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