Category: Couchbase Mobile

P2P and Syncing with Wearable Tech

Over the past weekend, the mobile community in Toronto, Canada came together for the 3 day Wearhacks event, where engineers and developers prototyped on futuristic wearable technology applications. Using various technologies ranging from the Intel Edison, Nod Ring, Muse Headband,...

Getting Started with React Native Android and Couchbase Lite

React Native enables you to build Android applications that look and feel native with only JavaScript. In this instance, React Native takes care of managing UI state and synchronizing it with the models. And luckily for us, we can use...

Adding Google Sign-In with Node.js to a Couchbase Mobile application

Using OAuth APIs provided by 3rd party applications such as Google+ to login in your mobile app can provide a delightful first time experience to users. They can login with an account that they already know and trust and populate...

JSON Anywhere Revolutionizes Mobile Developer Productivity

The mobile technology Couchbase announces today marks the beginning of a transition for mobile application developers: away from the web-centric LAMP stack and toward an integrated mobile stack. With JSON Anywhere, developers are free to concentrate on creating value for...

Getting Started with JavaFX and Couchbase Mobile

JavaFX and Couchbase Mobile is a great combo for creating desktop class applications with rich user interfaces and fast data access. In this tutorial, you will learn the following core concepts: Learn about replication, security and deployment using the TodoLite...

DigitalOcean: Hosting Couchbase Mobile Solution

Couchbase Mobile allows you to build applications that are always available both for online and offline experiences so you can focus on building out engaging user features.  The mobile solution consists of 3 components: Couchbase Lite, Sync Gateway, and Couchbase...

Dropbox Drops Sync and Datastore APIs, Move Your App to Open Source Sync

Dropbox recently announced that they are deprecating their Sync and Datastore APIs to focus instead on their Core API. While we can certainly understand the imperative to focus, that doesn’t change the position many of the developers that rely on these APIs...

Sync Gateway Webhooks

We just released Couchbase Mobile 1.1 and with this new version comes many new features. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at Sync Gateway webhooks and think of a few concrete examples for using them. Webhooks Prior to the 1.1...

Displaying a Sync Progress Indicator in an iOS app

NSProgress is an object in Foundation that represents the completion of some work. That work could be downloading a file, installing an app or something your own application is doing. The NSProgress exists to let you easily report progress in your...

Live Reload with React Native and Sync with Couchbase Mobile

Previously, I wrote a tutorial on getting started with React Native Android and Couchbase Lite. In this short screencast, you will use the sample project of this tutorial to learn the following: How to run the app that was built...

vagrant up: Running Couchbase and Couchbase Sync Gateway with Vagrant

In this blog, we will explore how to run Couchbase and Couchbase Sync Gateway using Vagrant.  Before beginning, you will need to have VirtualBox and Vagrant installed locally on your machine.  Download those two software first before proceeding as you...

Using Couchbase in Your Ionic Framework Application Part 2

Previously in part one of this series regarding Ionic Framework and Couchbase, I wrote about using Couchbase Lite to do local CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete) operations in a todo list example. This time around we’re going to take it...