Tag: android

Simplify Your Life with Couchbase Mobile

Photo courtesy of Wesley Fryer with permission under license CC BY-SA 2.0   tl;dr Couchbase Mobile is easy to use, works completely standalone, yet provides enterprise-class scaling when you need it. You should try it. In the beginning This will...

Android Emulator Tips – Genymotion and Google Play Services

I wanted to make note of a couple of quick tips for Android development around emulators. The standard Android emulator can be painfully slow. Genymotion makes a drop-in replacement that’s blazingly fast. I’ve used it for years, and highly recommend it for...

Exploring Couchbase Mobile on Android: Object Mapping

Photo of the Oldest Known Map Photo courtesy of cea + with permission under license CC BY 2.0 In this post I’d like to continue exploring fundamental elements of Couchbase Mobile on Android.  Much of the information will apply to...

A better way to update with Couchbase Lite

Copy of Original Draft Score by Handel Photo courtesy of Adrian Pallant with permission under license CC BY-SA 2.0 The U in CRUD In this earlier post, I wrote about getting started with basic CRUD operations in Couchbase Lite on Android. In this quick note,...

Exploring Couchbase Mobile on Android: C.R.U.D.

Photo by Ken Banks used with permission under CC BY 2.0 In previous posts, I wrote a mid-level overview of Couchbase Mobile, and walked through getting set up in an Android project. In this post I want to begin exploring how to use...

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Quickstart with Couchbase Lite, Android Studio, and Gradle

Quickstart with Couchbase Lite, Android Studio, and Gradle This post will illustrate all the steps needed to get started with Couchbase Lite in an Android project using Android Studio and the standard Gradle build system. This is the easiest way...

Couchbase is Going to Droidcon San Francisco 2016

Next week, March 17 and 18, a few Couchbase Mobile Engineers and myself will be at Droidcon in San Francisco, California. If you’re new to Droidcon, it is an excellent developer focused mobile conference specific to Android. You’ll learn from...

Full Stack Development with the CEA2N Stack Webinars

Although slightly late on this post, I thought it would great to share that I’m presenting a five-part webinar series on the topic of full stack development. Now the first episode did already happen, but the great thing is that...

Using Couchbase in Your Ionic Framework Application Part 2

Previously in part one of this series regarding Ionic Framework and Couchbase, I wrote about using Couchbase Lite to do local CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete) operations in a todo list example. This time around we’re going to take it...

What’s Hot with Android at the Android Developer Summit

I've spent my Monday and Tuesday at the free to attend Android Developer Summit, put together by Google in Mountain View, California.  This summit is a kick-off event for Google's Android Developer Conference (AnDevCon) that is happening next week. I,...