.NET SDK 2.0

July 2, 2014

Couchbase .NET SDK 1.3.7 Released and 2.X News!

SDK 1.3.7 Released Today

Today we released a minor version of the .NET 1.X SDK: 1.3.7. This was a very small bug fix release and featured some contribitions from the community. A big thank you to the individuals who contributed and/or took the time to fill out a bug report or request a feature!

You can get the binaries from nuget or from S3:

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May 5, 2014

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Developer Preview 1

At long last, we present the official Developer Preview 1 (DP1) for the Couchbase .NET 2.0 SDK! Previously, I posted about some of the motivation behind rewriting the Couchbase .NET SDK and also some of the goals and features you should expect to find in it.  This DP1 represents the minimal subset of features promised and should give you a feel for the direction we are taking the API from a developer’s perspective.

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April 22, 2014

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Development Series: New View Querying Syntax

A core goal of the new Couchbase .NET SDK is improving the developer experience. We are working to achieve this goal in several ways:

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January 23, 2014

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Development Series: Part 1-1: Server Configuration

In the introduction to this series, I discussed some of the motivation for rewriting .NET SDK, the goals, objectives and the major features of the upcoming 2.0 release, and we examined the high-level architecture (10000 feet view) of a Couchbase Server Client SDK. In this post we will go over the design and development of one of the core configuration components of a Couchbase SDK: Server Configuration.

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January 20, 2014

Introducing the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Development Blog Series

Hello folks, over the next couple of months we’ll be doing a series of blogs that will follow the development of the Couchbase .NET 2.0 SDK. In this post I will go over the high level architecture, some motivation and features you should expect, and what the overall goals are of the .NET SDK with respect to the other Couchbase clients: Node, PHP, Java, and C.

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