All posts by Nic Raboy, Developer Advocate, Couchbase

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 development easier to understand.

Data Relationships with GraphQL and NoSQL in a Golang Application

By now I’m hoping that you’ve had a chance to look at my previous tutorial titled,¬†Using GraphQL with Golang and a NoSQL Database, which is more or less a quick start for using GraphQL with Couchbase. In that tutorial we...

Using GraphQL with Golang and a NoSQL Database

A few weeks ago I had mentioned that I was learning about the increasingly popular GraphQL and how it can be a replacement to the common RESTful API. In my previous example, we saw how to create a GraphQL application...

Creating a GraphQL Application with Node.js and a NoSQL Database

I’ve been hearing a lot of buzz around GraphQL, internally within Couchbase and externally. Since it sounds like a hot topic, I figured I’d spend some time learning about it to see how it could be valuable when creating web...

Using the cURL Function with the Couchbase Eventing Service

The Couchbase Eventing service is new as of Couchbase 5.5 and I’d previously written a tutorial about detecting sensitive information and sending notifications. In my previous tutorial I demonstrated to how make requests to a remote service using the cURL...

Define Your Own Durability Requirements in Couchbase with the SDKs

As a Developer Advocate at Couchbase, I go to many events and interact with a great deal of developers. When talking about Couchbase, I get a lot of questions around the durability of data that is being created. For example,...

Developing a Bitcoin Cryptocurrency Application with Node.js and NoSQL

I’ve been following cryptocurrency related subjects such as Bitcoin for a few months now and I’m very fascinated with everything that has been going on. As a web application developer, one topic that I’ve been particularly interested in learning more...

Using Couchbase Analytics with Node.js and JavaScript

The Couchbase Analytics Service, sometimes referred to as CBAS, is a great thing for Couchbase and your NoSQL data needs because it allows you to create and run potentially complex queries against massive amounts of data efficiently using a familiar...

Using Couchbase Analytics for Complex and Efficient Queries in a Java Application

Not too long ago I had written about using Couchbase’s new Analytics service, sometimes referred to as CBAS, within a Node.js application. In this example we had set up an Analytics dataset based on a sample Bucket and issued a...

Detect Sensitive Information In Your NoSQL Documents Automatically With Couchbase Functions

Storing sensitive information in a database without encryption is not a good thing, but have you ever done in on accident due to bugs in your application code or a misconfiguration in your database? What if there was a way...

Create a Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Golang and Jenkins

A few weeks ago I had written about continuously deploying an application written with the Go programming language using a popular service called Travis CI. This example demonstrated creating an application that used a Couchbase NoSQL database, creating unit tests,...