Category: Couchbase SDK

ASP.NET Core CRUD with NoSQL: Part 3

ASP.NET Core CRUD with NoSQL: Part 3

ASP.NET CRUD applications consist of create, read, update, and delete. In part 1, we set up a basic ASP.NET Core project. In part 2, we added the first read endpoint, using a SQL++ query against wishlist data. Couchbase’s SQL++ is...

May 5, 2022
Designing the Couchbase Kotlin API 

Designing the Couchbase Kotlin API 

I’m pleased to announce the GA release of Couchbase Kotlin SDK version 1.0. In truth, I’m over the moon. This project has been a labor of love. After working with Java for decades, I have a new favorite language. In...

May 3, 2022
Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 3

Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 3

Recap In the previous two installments of this series, we discussed the drivers behind creating microservices. We also looked at why Couchbase is the perfect datastore to use with such an architecture. We also looked at three variants of a...

April 26, 2022
Event Broker Integration with Couchbase, Solace & Java

Event Broker Integration with Couchbase, Solace & Java

In the previous blog post we discussed how Couchbase can seamlessly integrate into an Event-Driven Architecture. Using the Couchbase Eventing Service, document mutations can be published to a Solace PubSub+ queue from where the data is made available to subscribing...

Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 2

Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 2

In the first installment of this series, we discussed the drivers behind creating microservices, and why Couchbase is the perfect datastore to use with a microservice architecture. With their stateless nature, they can be deployed anywhere and horizontally scaled as...

April 11, 2022
ASP.NET Core CRUD with NoSQL – Part 1

ASP.NET Core CRUD with NoSQL – Part 1

Let’s build an ASP.NET Core CRUD with NoSQL application. I’ll be creating a basic CRUD HTTP API (CRUD is Create, Read, Update, Delete). This API will be operating on a gift wishlist: all the items I want you to buy...

April 4, 2022
Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 1

Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 1

Microservices require a scalable and sustainable set of components. This post introduces how to build microservices using Python and Couchbase to provide a fully-scalable solution. Monolithic applications present many challenges. They were born in an age when everything ran on...

March 29, 2022
Querying Trades on the Stellar Blockchain using Couchbase & Python

Querying Trades on the Stellar Blockchain using Couchbase & Python

In Part 1 of this series, Monitor Stellar Assets Using Couchbase & Python, we introduced the basic concepts of the Stellar Decentralized (Blockchain) Exchange and showed how to store a copy of an account asset list in Couchbase. In this...

March 10, 2022
Leveraging your ML models with Couchbase Analytics User Defined Functions (UDF)

Leveraging your ML models with Couchbase Analytics User Defined Functions (UDF)

With Couchbase 7.0 you’re now capable of allowing integration of Python UDFs with Couchbase Analytics. In Part 1 of this blog series, we covered the essentials for getting Couchbase and the Analytics for Machine Learning (ML) set up. ML has...

February 16, 2022
Monitor Stellar Assets using Couchbase & Python

Monitor Stellar Assets using Couchbase & Python

This post describes how to build a basic client that records activity on the Stellar Decentralized Blockchain. Stellar hosts a growing list of new and different cryptocurrency alt-coins and tokens. With the code from this post you can create a...

February 15, 2022
Quickstart: Connect to Couchbase Capella using Node.JS

Quickstart: Connect to Couchbase Capella using Node.JS

Interested in connecting to a Capella cluster using Node.js? In this quickstart blog post (and I do mean quick!) I will walk you through the short set of steps to connect to a cluster in Capella with the Couchbase Node.js...

January 31, 2022
Event-driven architecture with Solace Event Broker & Couchbase

Event-driven architecture with Solace Event Broker & Couchbase

The asynchronous event-driven architecture of Couchbase is the core of its design. Document mutations continuously stream to the Couchbase Index, Analytics, Eventing and Search services. This architecture guarantees that the Couchbase services are updated in real-time and enables us to...