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How to Take Python Input in Couchbase

How to Take Python Input in Couchbase

Writing software is never easy. Writing software that appeals to users requires interacting with them. So do you get relevant data that you can put to use on behalf of users? Python – the most-wanted language for building software according...

June 2, 2021
How to Update Python 2 to Python 3

How to Update Python 2 to Python 3

Introduction The last major Python upgrade — to version 3 — arrived in Dec. 2008, nearly 12 years ago. And yet there is a good chance that you are still working on the Python 2 product or test code. If...

Introducing Couchbase Python Client 3.0 Alpha

Introducing Couchbase Python Client 3.0 Alpha

I’m happy to announce the first alpha of Couchbase Python Client 3.0. This major new version shares the same advanced internals of its predecessor, while presenting a new, harmonised and revised API shaped by our experiences supporting and developing SDK2....

Geospatial queries: Using Python to search cities

Using Python we are creating a tool that will use geospatial queries with Couchbase REST API and Couchbase Full Text Search, which will help us in searching a database of cities.

The Python 2.0 (beta) client is here

Building on the solid foundations of the 1.2 series, the new Python 2.0 (beta) client comes with an updated API and some additional features.   To try out the new beta, simply use the pip tool:   [crayon-61451b550dfa4552532139/]   In this release,...

Handling Runtime Errors in Ruby, Python and C Clients

Every app will eventually have to deal with an exception – runtime errors occur unexpectedly and your app must know how to deal with them and recover. It’s always good when error handling is transparent to the end-user but at...

Installing Python scripts from automake…

I've been working on making it easier for developers to compile and install Membase, and today I learned some more automake magic. I'm one of those developers who don't want to spend a lot of time working on the build...

Python SDK and Twisted

I'm working on a Twisted interface to the Couchbase client (https://github.com/couchbase/couchbase-python-client). The link there points to the synchronous interface. The experimental twisted branch is at https://github.com/couchbaselabs/couchbase-twisted-client To explain how the Twisted client works, I'll explain a bit about how the...

What’s up with the Python Couchbase SDK

Recently, there have been a few new versions of the Couchbase Python client available. It features a new API that is easier to use. As the SDK is now based on libcouchbase, it is also much faster. It’s also compatible with...

Announcing Couchbase Server 7.0

Announcing Couchbase Server 7.0

Couchbase Server 7.0 solves the requirements of modern application development. In doing so, it settles the debate over using relational or NoSQL databases. There’s no more need to compromise. (Try it out for yourself here or skip straight to the...

How to Use Couchbase as a Machine Learning Model Store [Part 2 of 2]

How to Use Couchbase as a Machine Learning Model Store [Part 2 of 2]

When it comes to machine learning, a lot is said and written about training your ML models. But of equal importance is where you store those models once you’re ready to serve up real-time predictions. Last week, we looked at...

How to Build a Couchbase Autonomous Operator Proof of Concept

How to Build a Couchbase Autonomous Operator Proof of Concept

Whenever I hear about a customer’s first experience with the Couchbase Autonomous Operator (CAO) for Kubernetes, their first question tends to be “How much?” The answer is that it’s already included in their Enterprise Edition subscription. Joyous to hear this,...