Tag: query

Developing an API with Node.js using Couchbase NoSQL and N1QL

Have you ever wanted to create a RESTful API with Node.js, but wasn’t sure where to start? How do you design your endpoints or interact with the data layer? How do you store your data? In this, start to finish,...

Couchbase Node.js, Golang, Java and .NET Developer Webinars

I am pleased to announce that a collection of Couchbase developer webinars have been released to the public. These webinars cover the construction of an issue tracking application built with various programming languages in combination with Couchbase Server. Learn how...

New Raw Query Result for the Java SDK

Latest version of our Java SDK (2.3.3 at the time of writing) introduces a new class: RawQueryExecutor. It gives you the direct result of a N1QL or FTS query as a JSON String or JsonObject, just like if you were...

The Simplicity of RxJava with N1QL Queries and Couchbase

The Simplicity of RxJava with N1QL Queries and Couchbase Have you ever tried to query Couchbase using N1QL and the Java SDK's synchronous API? It works well and isn't particularly difficult, but I find it to be a little messy,...

Using the Couchbase Sub-Document API with the Node.js SDK

Many questions pop up in the Couchbase forum and Stack Overflow regarding reading and writing only parts of a document rather than the full document. I can see where this would be a concern. For example, what if you have...

Using Full Text Search (FTS) with Couchbase in a GoLang Application

I recently wrote about using Full Text Search (FTS) in a Node.js application that makes use of Couchbase Server 4.5 and higher. As you may know, FTS is available as Developer Preview starting in Couchbase Server 4.5. This is huge...

Using Full Text Search (FTS) in Couchbase with the Node.js SDK

When I develop applications I always find myself running into a scenario where I need to search for a particular set of text within a chunk of data. I, like many others, often find myself taking the easy way out...

NDP Episode #4: Querying with NoSQL

I am pleased to announce that the fourth episode of the NoSQL Database Podcast is now available. In this episode titled Querying with NoSQL, I’m joined by two of my colleagues, Keshav Murthy and Prasad Varakur. We discuss how querying works...

High Performance NOSQL Query Consistency with Couchbase 4.5

High Performance Consistency When using Couchbase as your system of record we provide a best in class indexing experience using our global secondary indexes and workload isolation through dedicated indexing nodes. We’ve improved that experience even further in Couchbase 4.5...

/May 10, 2016

Introducing Linq2Couchbase Developer Preview 1: The Linq provider for Couchbase N1QL!

*Sample code for this post is available in the couchbase-net-examples project here. I am very excited to announce developer preview #1 of the official Linq provider for Couchbase N1QL! This is a very early pre-release to introduce the provider, preview...