Object-oriented databases play nicely with object-oriented programming languages. This post is one of a series that introduces the fundamentals of NOSQL databases, and their role in Big Data Analytics.
What is an object-oriented Database? An object oriented database manages objects, like the ones used in object oriented programming. But what are objects? In programming, as in life, objects are things. The things have a set of properties, and the values of those properties outline what you need to know to model, and create, objects. But they’re not tangible, just constructs that are useful for developing computer applications.
Author: Meta S. Brown