As a developer, you might want to quickly check out the programming API’s in your favorite language and build your app.  While there is nothing that can replace reading all the API details in the Couchbase Server documentation, a refcard for the most commonly used programming languages can make your life a lot easier providing you with a quick list of the API’s when you need it.

If you haven't already, you should check out the Couchbase Refcard on DZone. This card is a handy reference for anyone who is using Java, .NET or Ruby to develop their Couchbase app.

Here’s a little snippet below. Download the rest of it here.

We hope you find this useful and good luck building your app using Couchbase!

Posted by Don Pinto

Don Pinto is a Principal Product Manager at Couchbase and is currently focused on advancing the capabilities of Couchbase Server. He is extremely passionate about data technology, and in the past has authored several articles on Couchbase Server including technical blogs and white papers. Prior to joining Couchbase, Don spent several years at IBM where he maintained the role of software developer in the DB2 information management group and most recently as a program manager on the SQL Server team at Microsoft. Don holds a master's degree in computer science and a bachelor's in computer engineering from the University of Toronto, Canada.

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