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Riding the NoSQL Wave at Couchbase

Today, Forrester Research Inc. has recognized Couchbase as a Leader in its “The Forrester Wave™: Big Data NoSQL, Q1 2019.” [download here] Recognition from Forrester is a great honor, because when they say something, the industry sits up and pays...

Introducing the Couchbase Node.js SDK 3.0 Alpha

One of the challenges of writing software used by a huge range of developers is maintaining API’s which are stable and cross-compatible. Sometimes this need for compatibility can back us into a corner which restricts our ability to implement exciting...

/ June 18, 2019

Introducing Couchbase Go SDK 2.0 Alpha

I’m pleased to announce the Couchbase Go SDK 2.0 Alpha. This new SDK brings in a series of changes across all of the Couchbase SDKs that the team has been putting together. The new SDKs bring a completely new API...

Introducing the Couchbase Scala SDK

I’m very happy to report that Couchbase now has a supported Scala SDK, allowing you to get and fetch documents, run N1QL queries, perform analytics and full text search lookups – all with native Scala. In this blog I’m going...

N1QL (Query) Basic Order of Execution.

Query syntax is limited. Queries are unlimited. Predicate pushdown, group by pushdown, offset pagination, keyset pagination, join optimization, search optimization, we’ve discussed it all. Still, it’s important to understand the default, simple — albeit slow — execution flow of the...

/ June 8, 2019

Pride Month

June serves as Pride month, which was chosen to commemorate the Stonewall riots that occurred in New York City at the end of June 1969.  This moment served as a catalyst for the LGBT rights movement and is a reminder...

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Building a Chatbot with Couchbase, Amazon Lex, and Node.js

Nic Raboy is an advocate of modern web and mobile development technologies. He has experience in Java, JavaScript, Golang, and a variety of frameworks such as Angular, NativeScript, and Apache Cordova. Nic writes about his development experiences related to making web and mobile...

Getting Rid of Sticky Sessions in Java | Couchbase Spring Session

Sticky Sessions refers to the need to redirect the requests of a given user to the same server where his session lives in. It is considered an anti-pattern as in case of a server failure, all users connected to it...

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Couchbase Lite — In C!

Couchbase Lite has been available since 2014, targeting the iOS, Android and .NET platforms, and secondarily macOS and Windows. To that end, we’ve exposed APIs in the preferred languages of those platforms: Java, Objective-C, Swift, and C#. But surely there...