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.

Save Captured Images in a NativeScript Angular Application to Couchbase

I get a particular set of questions quite a bit when it comes to mobile applications, the first being how to save captured images, and the second being how to sync them between devices or a remote database. Since I’m...

Create a Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Node.js and Jenkins

Previously I had written about using Jenkins for continuous deployment of Java applications, inspired by a keynote demonstration that I had developed for Couchbase Connect 2016.  I understand that Java isn’t the only popular development technology that exists right now....

NDP Episode #17: Marten for .NET Developers

I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast has been published to all the popular podcasting networks.  In this episode I’m joined by Jeremy Miller and Matt Groves where we talk about Marten and...

Use Docker to Deploy a Containerized Java with Couchbase Web Application

Not too long ago I wrote about containerizing a Node.js RESTful API and Couchbase Server to demonstrate how easy it is to deploy web applications in a quick and reliable fashion.  In that guide we created a simple API, built...

Create a Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Jenkins and Java

Lately I’ve been working a lot with Jenkins for continuous deployment of one of my applications.  In case you haven’t seen it, the keynote demonstration given at Couchbase Connect 2016 used Jenkins to build and redeploy the Java backend and...

Perform Various N1QL Queries without Indexes in Couchbase Server

As you probably already know, you’re able to query Couchbase NoSQL documents using a SQL dialect called N1QL.  This is made possible through indexes that you create on documents in your Couchbase Buckets.  However, what if I told you that...

Import Your MongoDB Collection Data into Couchbase Server with Golang

If you’ve been keeping up, you’ll remember I wrote a few tutorials around converting your MongoDB powered Node.js applications to Couchbase.  These included a MongoDB Query Language to N1QL tutorial as well as a Mongoose to Ottoman tutorial.  These were...

Deploy a Node.js with Couchbase Web Application as Docker Containers

Docker is becoming increasingly popular and I’ve been slowly introducing it into my projects.  It makes it easy to distribute your applications because regardless of where you deploy your containers to, the experience will be the same.  Take Node.js for...

Performance Enhancements to N1QL in the Couchbase 5.0 March Developer Build

N1QL in Couchbase has come a long way since it was first introduced in Couchbase Server 4.0.  In Couchbase 5.0, things are taken to the next level in terms of performance.  In terms of the March 2017 Developer build of Couchbase...

Working with Arrays in Couchbase with N1QL – Video Tutorial

In a recent article, I wrote about flattening and querying arrays in Couchbase using N1QL.  That article was inspired by a popular question in the Couchbase Forums.  After publishing the article, I felt a write-up alone couldn’t do it justice...