Month: April 2016

A CRUD REST API with Couchbase, RxJava and Ratpack

In my two previous blog posts I have introduced Ratpack and the lightweight ODM layer available in our Java SDK. This post will build up on them and showcase a REST API to manage users through the Couchbase repository. I...

Ratpack, Couchbase and RxJava

Yesterday I left you with rough code that started a Ratpack server and used a synchronous Couchbase repository, leaving the RxJava part out. I intend to fix that today, and also tell you more about Ratpack. I am not going...

Getting Started with Ratpack and Couchbase

I recently started playing with Ratpack.   It's a set of Java libraries for buiding modern HTTP applications. To go beyond that simple definition, Ratpack is non-blocking, asynchronous and netty-based. A bit like our Java SDK. So it comes as...

Couchbase is at Mobile Web DevCon 2016

  Mobile + Web DevCon is here in San Francisco, California and I wanted to announce that I'll be there tomorrow April 27th on behalf of Couchbase. If you've never heard of Mobile + Web DevCon, it is a fantastic conference...

Hello, Couchbase, it’s me, Matthew Groves!

I just started as a Developer Advocate at Couchbase, so let me tell you a little about myself. I've been coding since the early 2000s, mainly as a web developer. I live in Grove City, Ohio, which is a suburb...

Step by Step: Deploying Couchbase on Windows Azure Virtual Machines

Greetings Everyone,  I am a new recruit but a long time fan of Couchbase. First a quick intro: Name is Cihan Biyikoglu and I am product management at Couchbase. I worked on a number of database platforms in past life...

Simple and Automated Couchbase Cluster Deployment on Azure

Building demos, experimenting with prototypes, daily builds, bug verifications, whitebox, blackbox, fuzz, performance, scale and stress testing… I create and destroy quite a few Couchbase Server clusters every day. My go-to cloud these days is Azure, for these experimentations. For...

How to: Create a copy of your bucket with a single statement with Couchbase Server

Batch data manipulation can be super handy for all sorts of operations. Good news is, DML (data manipulation language) in N1QL provides full support for, not just singleton operations, but for powerful bulk/batch data transformation. Here are a few powerful...

Released: Linq2Couchbase v1.1.0 the official Linq provider for Couchbase N1QL!

Released: Linq2Couchbase v1.1.0 the official Linq provider for Couchbase N1QL! Earlier this week we released v1.1.0 (specifically v1.1.0.2) of Linq2Couchbase, the official Linq Provider for Couchbase Server and N1QL! This release includes new and experimental features as well as bug...

Get to Know Our Couchbase Community – Alex Dorandish

In this interview series we will get to know our Couchbase Champion Alex Dorandish who hails from Canada!                 Tell us about yourself and what you do in your daily role? Alex: I am a geek by...