Tag: .NET

Couchbase LINQ Provider GA: LINQ, N1QL and Couchbase, oh mai!

Today Couchbase is happy to announce the GA release of the official LINQ provider for Couchbase Server and the hot query language for JSON documents, N1QL! The goal of the provider is to provide a simple, easy to use ORM/ODM...

Guest post from CenterEdge Software: Couchbase and N1QL Security

Note: this is a guest post by Brant Burnett of CenterEdge Software, a company which developes POS and specialty software for the amusement park, leisure and entertainment industries. Overview N1QL is an incredibly powerful new tool which will help to...

The Couchbase .NET SDK 2.1.4 is now Available!

  Today we are releasing version 2.1.4 of the Couchbase .NET SDK. This release focuses on bug fixes and other improvements; however, 2.2.0 which will be released early this fall will provide full support for Multi-Dimensional Scaling (MDS) and N1QL...

Introducing Couchbase .NET SDK 2.1.0: The asynchronous Couchbase .NET Client!

At long last the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.1.0 GA is available! This release is a minor release for 2.1.0, but it includes support for the Task Asynchrony Pattern (async and await keywords) and non-blocking IO for all Key/Value operations. In...

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...

Couchbase .NET SDK 1.3.10 Now Available!

This is bug fix and maintenance release for the 1.3.X version of the Couchbase .NET Client. It contains a number of bug fixes and a performance enhancement specific to add/remove node and rebalance scenarios. It is suggested that users of...

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Developer Preview 3

As a follow to the previous DP2 in June, we are releasing another developer preview, DP3. This developer preview, adds a plethora of bug fixes, features and most importantly, changes to the public API by way of a) providing methods...