Tag: N1QL

Traveling with Couchbase using the Java SDK

At Couchbase Connect 2015 we demonstrated an example application that uses N1QL to query data from a sample Couchbase bucket. If you missed the conference, not a problem. We're going to go through how to reproduce this application and check...

Preview using N1QL DP4 from the Java SDK

As some of you may know, the Query Team over at Couchbase have been working hard on a new and exciting feature, N1QL, which brings the power of query languages (like SQL) to Couchbase. They just release Developer Preview 4...

Preview N1QL DP4 Support for the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0!

Yesterday, the query team here at Couchbase released the long-awaited N1QL Developer Preview 4! If you haven’t heard of N1QL, it’s an all new SQL-like query language that Couchbase is developing for querying non-relational data-stores like Couchbase. The goal is...

N1QL Developer Preview 4 (DP4) is here!

http://query.couchbase.com I am very excited to announce that the eagerly awaited N1QL Developer Preview 4 (DP4) is here now!   N1QL is the query language from Couchbase for querying rich data, at scale. DP4 is a significant milestone in the...

JOIN me in ushering in Developer Preview 3 of N1QL !

Let’s JOIN hands to welcome DP3! I am super excited to announce the immediate availability of Developer Preview 3 of the Query Language from Couchbase (N1QL). Its an amazing experience to be a part of this wonderful team that is...

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Development Series: New View Querying Syntax

A core goal of the new Couchbase .NET SDK is improving the developer experience. We are working to achieve this goal in several ways: Reducing the number of steps (read App.Config “free”) required to get up and running with Couchbase...

N1QL – It Makes Cents!

*Ba Dum Tschhh*  …See what I did there? Makes cents? Get it? Haha. So… N1QL (pronounced Nickel)… Couchbase’s new next-generation query language; what is it?  Well, it’s a rather genius designed, human readable / writable, extensible language designed for ad-hoc...

/ December 16, 2014