Tag: web application

cordova couchbase lite

Using Couchbase Lite for Data Storage in an Ionic app using Cordova Plugin

Couchbase Lite is an embedded NoSQL database for iOS, Android and .Net platforms. The framework’s API supports native platform bindings for Android(Java), iOS (Swift, ObjC) and UWP/Xamarin (csharp). This implies that if you are building a Cordova app and you...

Developing Applications with Go and NoSQL

If you didn’t know this, Go is one of my favorite programming technologies. It is fast, clean, and not too difficult to learn. In the past I had created some content around using Go with Couchbase. For example, I demonstrated...

Containerize a Node.js Application that Communicates with Couchbase Server

Last month I had written a tutorial on the subject of containerizing a web application that talks to Couchbase Server.  This tutorial called, Deploy a Node.js with Couchbase Web Application as Docker Containers, helped you containerize a Node.js application, but this...

Deploy a Golang Web Application and Couchbase as Docker Containers

In my development series regarding Docker containers for the web application developer, I had already gone over deploying Java and Node.js applications as containers alongside Couchbase Server Containers.  This time around I thought it would be cool to deploy a...

Use Docker to Deploy a Containerized Java with Couchbase Web Application

Not too long ago I wrote about containerizing a Node.js RESTful API and Couchbase Server to demonstrate how easy it is to deploy web applications in a quick and reliable fashion.  In that guide we created a simple API, built...

Deploy a Node.js with Couchbase Web Application as Docker Containers

Docker is becoming increasingly popular and I’ve been slowly introducing it into my projects.  It makes it easy to distribute your applications because regardless of where you deploy your containers to, the experience will be the same.  Take Node.js for...

Using Couchbase Mobile in a Web Application with only Angular 2 and PouchDB

Last year I wrote an article that explained how to synchronize between platforms and Couchbase with only AngularJS and PouchDB. Back then AngularJS was booming and probably my favorite framework of all time. A year later AngularJS is still around,...