Laravel and MongoDB
Shockingly, Laravel 4 has no local support for Mongo databases. When I began hunting down open source Mongo packages on GitHub, I was baffled that not one package could flawlessly incorporate a Mongo database driver into Laravel 4. Each and every package I found had a totally diverse interface for the Query Builder and Eloquent models, which implied that I needed to rewrite the greater part of my current code, since I needed to utilize an alternate database driver.
Therefor, I chose to compose one myself, which is currently called Moloquent by the group. The bundle I composed relies on upon the current Laravel 4 database part and develops the original classes. This implies I am compelled to regard the first strategies and interfaces. Since the majority of the query interpretation is finished by the Query Builder, a considerable measure of Eloquent strategies simply work without modifying the genuine class.
In the wake of installing the bundle composer, you just need to enroll an service provider that will include the Mongo database driver as an extension with the first database manager. More point by point establishment directions and documentation can be found at
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