Category: Node.js

Exploring Couchbase and N1QL through Touchbase using Node.js and Angular.js – Part 4: Image Uploads with Multer and base64 encoding

Part 4: Picture Upload So far, Part 0 and Part 1 cover the data model and user document used in the application followed by Part 2 where we verify accounts through email using Nodemailer and Sendgrid. We then had part...

/ January 8, 2016

Hashing Passwords Stored in Couchbase Server with Node.js

Why You Should Hash All passwords should be hashed before entering a database because you have to consider the scenario where some malicious user attempts to gain entry into your data. Passwords are sensitive pieces of information that you don’t...

Easily Develop Node.js and Couchbase Apps with Ottoman

I recently read the article on Scotch.io regarding using Mongoose and MongoDB. I thought to myself, hey, Couchbase can do the same thing if you use Ottoman instead of Mongoose. This article is going to walk through the same comparisons...