APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) and Microservices are two fundamental concepts in modern software development, especially in building scalable and modular web applications.
MongoDB and Mongoose are two popular technologies used in modern web development for working with NoSQL databases, particularly MongoDB. MongoDB is a document-oriented NoSQL database, while Mongoose is an Object Data Modeling (ODM) library for Node.js that provides a more structured approach to working with MongoDB.
APIs and Microservices projects involve building and deploying modular and independent services that communicate with each other through APIs. These projects focus on creating scalable, maintainable, and loosely coupled services that can be developed and deployed independently.