Month: May 2017

Conflict Resolution

Demystifying Conflict Resolution in Couchbase Mobile

Conflicts can occur in replication environments where a document can be updated concurrently by one or more writers. This is especially common in mobile environments wherein unreliable network connections may result in concurrent changes from multiple devices not being synchronized in...

Using Docker to develop with Couchbase

Docker is a great project that is helping developers around the world run applications in containers. This not only helps shipping software faster, but it also results with the famous “it works in my machine” phrase. In this article I...

Engaging for growth: Introducing the industry’s first Engagement Database

Today at Couchbase, we tread a new path by carving out a new category of database: the Engagement Database. What is an Engagement Database, you ask me – a guy steeped in the technology side of the business? It’s something...

Announcing Couchbase Server 5.0 Beta

We’re excited to pull back the curtain on the beta release of Couchbase Server 5.0. With this release, Couchbase provides the world’s first Engagement Database, built on the most powerful NoSQL technology. This platform delivers unparalleled performance at any scale,...

/ May 22, 2017

Announcing Couchbase Mobile 2.0 Developer Preview

Couchbase Mobile 2.0 is a groundbreaking new release for Couchbase Mobile. We’ve reimagined the developer experience with a cross-platform common core, new simplified API, and automated conflict resolution that can be customized. In this release, we are bringing N1QL queries...

/ May 22, 2017

Synchronizing Images Between Android and iOS with NativeScript, Angular, and Couchbase

A few weeks ago I had written a guide that demonstrated saving captured images to Couchbase Lite as base64 encoded string data in a NativeScript with Angular mobile application. While the previous guide worked for both Android and iOS, the...

NDP Episode #18: Microsoft DocumentDB for NoSQL in the Cloud

I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of the NoSQL Database Podcast titled, Microsoft DocumentDB for NoSQL in the Cloud, has been published to all the major podcasting networks.  In this episode I am joined by Kirill Gavrylyuk from Microsoft’s...

Data Modeling NoSQL Documents in MongoDB vs Couchbase Server

When I’m out at events, I get a lot of questions regarding the differences between MongoDB and Couchbase Server as they are both in the NoSQL space and are both document databases. One particular question is related to data modeling....

FakeIt Series 5 of 5: Rapid Mobile Development with Sync-Gateway

How we can leverage FakeIt + Couchbase Server + Sync Gateway to get our local environment up and running for mobile development. We will be doing this by using Docker and docker-compose.