New on the Factory: Merge data sources, MongoDB data source

We recently enhanced our datasource engine, it will allow users to better manipulate and edit the data. Here is what’s new:

Union operator
It is now possible to merge data feeds into one using the Union “operator”.
For example, you can use it to create a “media” tab where you aggregate pictures from Flickr and videos from Youtube. Or for example, aggregate two or more news feeds into one main news reader.

Aggregating pictures and tweets in a single list

MongoDB data source
The Factory is now able to directly connect to a MongoDB database. To be interpreted correctly by our templates, returned documents should follow the Factory data structure. Learn more about the data item structure on our developer documentation.

 

If you need more data manipulation operators, please tell us on our support page. We are building the factory for you.

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