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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.

Using Couchbase Analytics with Node.js and JavaScript

Note: This post uses the the Couchbase Analytics Data Definition Language as of the version 5.5 preview release.  For updates and information on breaking changes in newer versions, please refer to Changes to the Couchbase Analytics Service. The Couchbase Analytics Service,...

Detect Sensitive Data 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 Continuous Deployment Pipelines with Golang & 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,...

Developing Applications with Go and NoSQL

If you didn’t know this, Go is one of my favorite programming technologies. It is fast, clean, and not too difficult to learn. In the past I had created some content around using Go with Couchbase. For example, I demonstrated...

NDP Episode #22: Couchbase, the Engagement NoSQL Database

I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast has just been published! The latest episode titled, Couchbase, the Engagement NoSQL Database, was recorded with Justin Michaels and is on the subject of Couchbase Server. If...

Continuously Deploying a Golang Application Using Travis CI

So you’ve been developing an application using the Go programming language with a team of developers for your organization. Best practice would say that you need to create proper tests and develop a continuous integration and deployment strategy. If you’ve...

Use OpenWhisk for FaaS with Node.js and Couchbase NoSQL

If you’ve been keeping up with my content, you’ll remember that I had written an article titled, Use AWS Lambda and API Gateway with Node.js and Couchbase NoSQL. In this article we had explored using Amazon’s Serverless services to create Lambda...

Adding and Removing Nodes to a Containerized Couchbase NoSQL Cluster – Video Tutorial

It is often difficult to understand the true value you get with Couchbase when it comes to being able to quickly and easily scale up or down your NoSQL database cluster. This is possible through a few clicks without ever...

Full Text Search: Better Queries for NoSQL in Node.js

Querying a database with SQL or a similar technology is great until you find yourself needing to query natural language. Do you degrade the performance of your queries with wildcards? How about searching across multiple columns or properties? What happens...

Use AWS Lambda and API Gateway with Node.js and Couchbase NoSQL

There has been a lot of buzz around functions as a service (FaaS), commonly referred to as serverless. A popular provider for these functions is Amazon with its AWS Lambda service. One could create a function in any of the...

FTS With Facets in Couchbase NoSQL With Node.js

Earlier this month I had written about using facets with Full Text Search (FTS), a subject that is often considered scary. In this previous tutorial we had configured an FTS index and a sample application with the premise of being...

Use XDCR to Replicate NoSQL Data Between Couchbase Docker Containers – Video Tutorial

A few weeks ago I had written an article outlining the steps for using cross datacenter replication (XDCR) in Couchbase. This article described everything from cluster setup to replicating NoSQL documents that exist in one cluster to another cluster. In...