Category: .NET

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Visual Studio Live Unit Testing: New to Visual Studio 2017

Visual Studio 2017 was just officially released. It comes with a lot of new, great stuff, but one of my favorite new features is built-in Visual Studio Live Unit Testing (available in Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise, not yet available for...

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Moving from SQL Server to Couchbase Part 3: App Migration

Moving from SQL Server to Couchbase Part 3: App Migration In this series of blog posts, I’m going to lay out the considerations when moving to a document database when you have a relational background. Specifically, Microsoft SQL Server as...

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Couchbase Meets .Net Core and Docker

With the release of the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.4.0, Couchbase now has official support for .NET Core. This opens up a wide new world for .NET Couchbase developers. In particular, we can now use Docker to easily manage our applications...

SDK Features – New For Couchbase 4.6

Along with this week’s Couchbase Server 4.6 release we have a super packed release with several new SDK features to help you streamline development. From efficiently managed Data Structures to the latest support for .NET Core, it is time to update to...

/ February 16, 2017

Data Structures: Native Collections New in Couchbase 4.6

Data Structures in Couchbase 4.6 is our newest time-saving SDK feature.  These allow your client applications to easily map your array-based JSON data into language specific structures. Leveraging native collections support in Couchbase will save you time and hassle: Easily map JSON...

/ February 16, 2017

Introducing Couchbase .NET 2.4.0 – .NET Core GA

This release is the official GA release for .NET Core support for the Couchbase .NET SDK! .NET Core is the latest incarnation of the .NET framework and its described as “.NET Core is a blazing fast, lightweight and modular platform for...

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Moving from SQL Server to Couchbase Part 2: Data Migration

In this series of blog posts, I’m going to lay out the considerations when moving to a document database when you have a relational background. Specifically, Microsoft SQL Server as compared to Couchbase Server. In three parts, I’m going to...

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Moving from SQL Server to Couchbase Part 1: Data Modeling

In this series of blog posts, I’m going to lay out the considerations when moving to a document database when you have a relational background. Specifically, Microsoft SQL Server as compared to Couchbase Server. In three parts, I’m going to...

.NET Core List, Queue, and Dictionary Data Structures backed by Couchbase

The addition of the sub-document API to Couchbase 4.5 has paved the way for efficient data structure support in Couchbase. In this blog post, I’m going to show a demo of three types of data structures you can use with...

Getting Started with GeoJSON, Couchbase, .NET, and Google Maps

This is a guest post by Calvin Allen. Calvin is a .NET developer in Columbus, OH that enjoys designing software that not only solves business problems, but it easy to use, on budget, and on time. If he isn’t designing...