Category: Java

Processing GraphQL Queries with Java, Spring Boot, and NoSQL

Over the span of the past few months I’ve been learning about GraphQL and how to use it as an alternative to RESTful API development. The focus thus far had been around GraphQL and Golang as well as GraphQL and...

Inside the Java SDK: Connection Management

In this second instalment of “Inside the Java SDK” we are going to take an in-depth look at how the SDK manages and pools sockets to the various nodes and services. While not ultimately necessary to follow, I recommend you...

/ June 29, 2018

Inside the Java SDK: Bootstrap

From time to time we get questions on topics that do not directly fit into the documentation since they dig deeper into the internals of the client libraries. In this series we’ll cover different themes of interest – in this...

/ June 21, 2018
RecyclerViews

Tutorial: RecyclerView with Couchbase Lite as Data Source in Android

The RecyclerView widget is a popular option on the Android platform for efficiently displaying dynamic data collections .Couchbase Lite 2.0 is a powerful NoSQL embedded data store for iOS, Android and .Net Mobile Platforms. In this post, we introduce a...

Response Time Observability with the Java SDK

Previous blogs gave a better understanding on how our approach to Real Time Observability (RTO) in general helps troubleshooting distributed systems and why we chose OpenTracing as a foundation and public API. If you haven’t already, you can check out...

/ April 9, 2018

Using Couchbase Analytics for Complex and Efficient Queries in a Java Application

Not too long ago I had written about using Couchbase’s new Analytics service, sometimes referred to as CBAS, within a Node.js application. In this example we had set up an Analytics dataset based on a sample Bucket and issued a...

Couchbase High Availability and Disaster Recovery: Java Multi-Cluster Aware Client

In this post, I’m going to take a look at a sample application that uses the Couchbase Server Multi-Cluster Aware (MCA) Java client. This client goes hand-in-hand with Couchbase’s Cross-Data Center Replication (XDCR) capabilities. XDCR supports flexible replication of data...

Couchbase with Spring-Boot and Spring Data

One of the biggest barriers for anyone who wants to start using new technologies is usually the learning curve. Often while starting a new project, we end up choosing to use what we already know to avoid any friction right...

Couchbase High Availability and Disaster Recovery: Setting up XDCR Step-by-Step

High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) are two of the driving reasons to move from a traditional RDBMS to a NoSQL-based system like Couchbase Server. In this webinar we went over the many features of Couchbase Server that address...

Controlling Hierarchical Logging with SLF4J and Logback

Couchbase Server is a complex product. Like most substantive software, and especially enterprise products, monitoring behavior through logging is important. I recently wrote a small sample application using the Couchbase Multi-Cluster Aware Java client. This client can handle fail over...