So you have heard of Couchbase Mobile and been wanting to create your own applications that leverage the power of Couchbase local database with sync, well it is the perfect time this week to get started on learning about NoSQL development and how to create Couchbase Mobile applications! 

The 3 day hands-on programming course led by an instuctor will see you building a working NoSQL mobile application that takes advantage of Couchbase Mobile's unique replication sync capabilities.  Over the course, you will experience both Android and iOS solutions through an intensive programming lab where you will be designing and coding a real-world functioning mobile application that uses the Couchbase Mobile components.  From Couchbase Lite, to Couchbase Sync Gateway, you will soon be syncing real data to the Couchbase Server in the cloud.   

We will go over the key fundamental core concepts of Couchbase Mobile starting from the Couchbase Lite APIs and then create read/write paths by understanding how to use the Replication API.  Then we will secure the application further by understanding how Authentication and Couchbase Sync Gateway works together to provide a way to route your data.  Next we will go over how Views and Queries provides the technique for us to index our data along with much much more topics within the course on mobile development and best practices.

Enrollment is open now for the listed cities and you may also enroll in the virtual class room to learn about Couchbase Mobile from anywhere around the world!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by William Hoang, Mobile Developer Advocate, Couchbase

William was a Developer Advocate on the Mobile Engineering/Developer Experience team at Couchbase. His love for coffee and code has transcended him into the world of mobile while appreciating the offline in-person experiences. Prior, William worked on the Developer Relations team over at Twitter, BlackBerry, and Microsoft while also having been a Software Embedded GPS engineer at Research In Motion. William graduated from McGill University in Electrical Software Engineering

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