If there is one thing you should learn this year, it’s how to build mobile apps that work both online and offline.  You will be blown away with how awesome your apps are once you start building them this way.  And guess what? Couchbase Mobile makes this easy.
 

We created a mini-hack to give developers a fast, easy, and fun way to explore development with Couchbase Mobile. It’s a small challenge involving a basic set of Couchbase Mobile APIs for building a mobile app that works both online and offline.  It’s available in Objective-C, Swift, or Java. And it can be done in less than 30 minutes.
 

Win an Awesome Prize

To sweeten the pot, we are going to give away a MAKERBOT REPLICATOR MINI to one lucky developer that completes the challenge, shares their repo with us, and tells us what they think about Couchbase Mobile.

Get Started Now

I can’t wait for you guys to do this challenge.  It’s designed for developers of all skill levels — and comes with step-by-step instructions to guide you if you get stuck. You can find all of the details in this GitHub repository.

Check it out, have fun, and tell us what you think.

Happy Hacking!

Posted by Wayne Carter, Chief Architect, Mobile, Couchbase

Wayne Carter is the Chief Architect of Mobile at Couchbase, where he is responsible for leading the vision, strategy, and development for the company's mobile solutions. Before joining Couchbase, Wayne spent 7 years at Oracle as the architect responsible for driving mobile innovation within the CRM and SAAS product lines. He has 10 patents and patents pending from his work there. Prior to his time at Oracle, Wayne held technical leadership positions at Siebel working on their CRM product line.

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