Category: Node.js

Going Full Stack with Node.js, Vue.js, and Couchbase NoSQL

If you’ve been keeping up, I’m a huge advocate for Node.js development and the JavaScript development stack. Previously I had written about the Couchbase, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js (CEAN) stack and modernized the backend API with Hapi.js, a popular alternative...

Using Facets in a Couchbase NoSQL Full Text Search Query

Being able to execute Full Text Search queries in Couchbase without the need for additional tooling such as Elastic is huge for NoSQL. About a year ago, I had written about using Full Text Search (FTS) in Couchbase Server with...

Create a RESTful API with Node.js, Hapi, and Couchbase NoSQL

Developing Node.js applications with Express is no doubt a very popular option, however it isn’t the only option and it may not even be the best option. I recently started looking into Hapi which defines itself as being a framework...

Continuously Deploying a Node.js Application Using CircleCI

A few months back I had written about creating a continuous deployment pipeline with Node.js and Jenkins, where the Node.js application was using Couchbase in some fashion. Essentially, it took a project from GitHub, installed the dependencies, ran the tests,...

Midwest JS Project Source on Full Stack Node Development, Available

Back in August I had participated in Midwest JS located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As you may know, I’m a huge fan of developing full stack applications with the JavaScript stack. This is exactly what I had presented on at the conference. My...

Creating a User Profile Store with Node.js and a NoSQL Database

There are many use-cases for NoSQL databases, but one that I encounter frequently is in the realm of storing user data. A user profile store is great for NoSQL because profiles often need to be flexible and able to accept...

Defining Scan Consistency in a Node.js with Couchbase Application

Have you ever created an application where you needed to save a document into Couchbase and then immediately query for that created document? It happens to me all the time when I’m developing. Take for example, adding new data into...

Couchbase Meetup Project on the OCEAN Stack Available

I was recently at two different Meetup groups in Southern California presenting on what I’m calling, the OCEAN stack, which is composed of Ottoman.js, Couchbase Server, Express Framework, Angular, and Node.js. We had a great turnout of developers hungry to...

Querying Date Ranges within Embedded JSON Document Arrays. A Simple Example Using N1QL, Nodejs and Docker

Querying and indexing document arrays is one of the most powerful features of Couchbase.  Finding array entries within a specific date range is a common requirement.  Consider the following use case. User Story: “I want to index an embedded account...

/ July 18, 2017