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MongoDB Stitch is MongoDB's backend-as-a-service solution. Stitch supports a wide variety of high-level features, like Twilio integration and field-level access control, but it also supports custom functions similar to Amazon Web Services' Lambda. In this article, I'll walk you through setting up backend application in MongoDB Stitch on top of MongoDB Atlas. This backend application regularly ingests stock price data from the IEX API and exposes an REST API endpoint for loading a stock's latest price.

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