All posts by Sergey Avseyev, SDK Engineer, Couchbase

Kafka Connector 3 Developer Preview 1

I’m glad to announce the first developer preview of the next major iteration of our integration with Kafka. This version is based on a new library for DCP, and supports the Kafka Connect framework. In this post I will show...

PHP SDK 2.2.0 – Example with Full Text search

Today I’d like to announce the PHP SDK 2.0.0 GA, which brings a couple of new fetures along with more fixes and improvements. In this blog post I will demonstrate one of them (for a full list of changes refer...

PHP SDK 2.2.0 Beta3 – Examples with Sub-Document and Index Management

In support of the upcoming Couchbase Server 4.5 release and some innovation in the PHP community with PHP 7, we are enhancing our PHP SDK. Today I'd like to announce the third Beta, which brings a couple of new fetures along...

Annoucing PHP SDK 2.2 beta

Recently we released Beta version of PHP SDK 2.1. Among other improvements it has support of PHP version 7. We plan to release one more version before GA, which will provide support for new features of the upcoming server release. Until...

Kafka and Couchbase: Up and Running with the Sample Kafka Consumer in 10 Minutes

Intro Couchbase Kafka Connector 1.2.0 just shipped. Along with the various bug fixes, there is new sample code for a Kafka consumer in addition to the Kafka producer that was previously available. To quickly review the terms: A Kafka producer...

Couchbase Kafka Connector 1.0 GA

Just recently we released the first GA version of Couchbase Kafka Connector. It provides functionality to direct stream of events from Couchbase Server (3.0 or later) to Kafka. More info is on the documentation page. Its issue tracker is located...

Ruby and SQL for Documents (formerly N1QL): A First Taste

N1QL features are coming to more and more SDKs– now including Ruby. I'd like to give a quick intro of how structured queries in ruby work. At the moment library does not provide an ODM or some other high-level abstraction atop of...

Introducing the Couchbase Kafka Connector

Welcome to the new Couchbase kafka connector! It provides functionality to direct stream of events from Couchbase Server (3.0 or later) to Kafka. It is still under development, so use with care and open issues if you come across them....

Introducing Ruby SDK 2.0 Developer Preview with JRuby Support

Hi everyone, after long preparations, I pleased to announce preview on next generation API for ruby client. In general it just aligns ruby client with all other SDKs, where new document-oriented API had been released about a month ago. At...

Couchbase Tools shipped with the Couchbase C Client Library (libcouchbase)

In this blog post, I will reveal some the less known features of the libcouchbase client library. It describes the libcouchbase tools which are collectively under cbc, the command originally written by Trond Norbye. You probably won’t use them for writing...